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Why was the attack on pearl harbor an important turning point in world war II?

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    It brought the United States into the war silencing the isolationists who wanted it to stay out to prevent jumping into another conflict. A few days afterwards, and just as surprised at the Japanese attack as the Americans were, Adolf Hitler declared war on the United States.

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