Why Did the US Enter World War 2?

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The US entered World War II after the Japanese attacked the Pearl Harbour and killed over 2,000 American people and destroyed eight battleships hence greatly harming the Pacific fleet on December 7th, 1941.
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Because of Japan's sneak attack on Pearl Harbor and the growing situation in Europe.
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The United States entered World War II as a result of the Japanese attack on the
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1. The Germans sank a passenger ship, the Lusitania, with a U-Boat. 2. The Germans sent the Zimmerman Telegram to Mexico which promised them Texas, New Mexico and Arizona. 3. Americans
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the japanese attacked pearl harbor on dec 7, 1941 and therefore the US declared war on Japan, then Germany
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