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AnswerMany soldiers who contributed in World War 1 were traumatized. During the 1920's, the lasting results on the economic, political, social, and cultural lives of Americans had changed greatly to an extent where many could never go back to their normal daily lives. Obviously these people must have had such infamous memories that only the people of that time could understand. The future lives and pasts remembered within this nation, and tributes to the war were immense and heartbreaking. People who didn't even fight in the war died slowly, their souls and attitudes changed with every minute, every hour of the day; fearing, and wondering the worse, which is understandable when someone is out risking their lives day in and day out. -prager
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Q: How did Americans feel about entering into World War I?
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Americans ideas on entering World War 2?

No war without cause.

How did Americans feel about world war 1 after the war was over?

happy that they won

How did Americans feel after world war 1?

Glad that it was all over

After entering World War 2 what happened to Japanese Americans?

They were relocated by the US gov to camps called war relocation camps.

How did most Americans originally feel about entering the Worls War II?

Before Pearl Harbor, the majority of the American public was apposed to entering the war. It was viewed as Europe's War. After Pearl Harbor though, the public stance on the matter changed dramatically.

How did Americans feel about entering the war before Pearl Harbor?

the americans were really sort of neutral towards the war and did not want to get into it but when pearl harbor happened they felt threatened and felt that they had to protect the safety of their nation and fight.

How did Americans feel about World War 2?

The Americans feel scared of the war. they felt hurt and sad because they losed someone that they loved and cared about. also they felt that the most important thing was winning the war.

What did people think about propaganda posters during World War 1?

The propaganda posters used during World War I were meant to elicit enthusiasm for America's involvement in the war. Generally, this tactic worked although many Americans didn't feel entering the war would benefit them in any way. Men joined the war effort after the posters made them feel cowardly and inferior if they didn't enlist.

How did Americans feel about the start of world war 2?

They felt that it was nothing to do with them and didn't want to get involved in a 'European' war.

What did most Americans feel about entering World War 2?

After Pearl Harbor they were ready to fight. Young men lined up to enlist and the factories began to think about producing war goods. Even the mob was contacted by the government to help protect the docks.

What factor changed Woodrow Wilson's opinion about entering world war?

Americans were angry German U-boats had Killed U.S. citizens. -APEX ;)

What were effects of the us entering World War 2?

The war was now a WORLD war.

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