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The US declared war against Japan because Japan attacked US territories in the Pacific Ocean. The US did not declare war on Germany and Italy. They declared war on the US following the US declaration of War on Japan.

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On 7 December 1941, Japanese forces attacked the US base at Pearl Harbour in Hawaii. On 8 December 1941, the US declared war on Japan. On 11 December 1941, Germany declared war on the US.


Because Germany had declared war on the US in support of their ally Japan. On the eighth of December, 1941 the US declared war on Japan in response to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Then Germany declared war on the US, then the US declared war on Germany on December 11, 1941.


The US last declared war in December 1941.


The US declared war on Japan on December 8, 1941, but did not declare war on Germany and Italy. They declared war on the US on December 10, '41.


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I don't think that the US declared war on Germany. Germany declared war on the US on December 11th 1941


In World War I, the US declared war on April 6, 1917.In World War II, the US declared war on Germany on December 11, 1941. The US declared war on Japan on December 8, 1941 (the day after Japan attacked the US at Pearl Harbor); Nazi Germany was allied with Japan and declared war on the US on December 11, and the US returned the favor, so to speak.


Germany declared war on the US in the morning, and the US declared war on Germany in the afternoon on December 11, 1941.


December 11, 1941 the US declared war on Germany and Italy (both allies of Japan). Germany had declared war on the US to support it's ally, Japan. The US had already declared war on Japan on December 8, 1941 in response to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor the day before.


Germany declared war on the US on 11 December 1941


The US declared war on Germany on December 11, 1941 in response to Germany's declaration of war on the US earlier that day. In a separate act on the same day, the US declared war on Italy, which had also declared war on the US. Germany and Italy declared war on the US in response to the US declaration of war on their ally Japan on December 8, 1941 in response to the Pearl Harbor attack.


December 11, 1941 in the afternoon. Germany declared war on the US in the morning of the same date.


December 8, 1941 is when the U.S.A. went into the war. Japan declared war on the U.S.A. on December 7, 1941.


No one. Pearl Harbor, Hawaii was attacked on December 7th, 1941. The US declared war on Japan on December 8 becase they initiated the attack.


Yes, December 11, 1941: Germany declared war on the United States first, then the US declared war on Germany.


The December 7, 1941 Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, without provocation, inspired the U.S. to defend itself and take part in the World War. On December 8, 1941 the US declared war on Japan and on December 11, 1941 Germany declared war on the U.S.


germany and italy declared war on america


For World War I, April 6, 1917. For World War II, the US declared war on Japan on December 8, 1941, the day after the Pearl Harbor attack. Germany and the other Axis powers then declared war on the US on December 11, 1941.


The US declared war on Germany, hour after Germany declared war on the US on December 11, 1941.


December 11, 1941. only hours after Germany declared war on the US


The Italians declared war on the US on December 11, 1941, along with their German allies.


December 11, 1941, immediately after Germany declared war on the US.


Yes, but only after Germany declared war on the US. 11 December, 1941.


WWI - Congress declared war on Germany on April 6, 1917 and Austria-Hungary on December 7, 1917. WWII - Congress declared war on Japan on December 8, 1941, and on Germany and Italy on December 11, 1941.


They didn't. Germany declared war on the US on 11 December 1941



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