Wwii: Why Did The U.s. Get Involved In The War?

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found itself getting involved. They felt sympathy for the British after what happened at Dunkirk. They started helping G.B. with weapons and food. 50 old American naval destroyers were sent to Britain. Now it was clear the U.S. were on the Allies side but they still weren't physically involved in the big war...
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Their aim was to strike such a severe blow that the U.S. would not rival the Japanese in the Pacific(boy were they wrong or what). American ships were sunk or badly damaged. American dead totaled over 2,300. The United States weren't going to take that from the Japanese and on December 8, 1941, congress declared war on Japan and so did the British Parliament...
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