The US is not obligated to take sides in every war. If Germany and France want to go to war with each other, that is not necessarily the problem of the US. Remember that wars generally kill lots of people and cost lots of money; if you can avoid them it is a good idea. Why would anyone want to die in a war if they don't have to? Of course, once the US itself was attacked (by the Japanese, at Pearl Harbor) then the reasons for going to war became much more compelling.
The US wasnt involved in WWI so it would be the same as it was before WWI
Actually the US did get involved in World War 2.
no it wasnt are u kidding me no it wasnt are u kidding me
Why did the US get involved with world war 2?
World war 2
The u.s. DID get involved.
The United States became involved in the World War II about March 1941.
the us helped great Britain by sending them resources when us wasnt in the war and then by joining the war and helping them win
yes they were
There were 116,000 US casualties. 4,744,000 were involved.
The US contributed some 16 million personnel to the Second World War. I'd say that would indicate they did get involved.
They didnt want to start a war
The US was involved for 6 years from 1941-1945
the US by FAR.
December 8, 1941 was the date of the US declaration of war
how did we get involved
World War 1 World War 2 Korean War
Neither France, nor the US had any desire to get involved in the war.
Americans were tired of war.