anonymous
  • anonymous
Which event forced the United States to abandon the policy of isolationism and become involved in World War II? A) Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor B) Germany's treatment of the Jewish people C) attacks by the Italians on New York City D) unrestricted German submarine warfare @H3LPN33DED @Hunterbuscus121
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Pearl Harbor.. when we came out of WW1 the US didnt want to get involved in WW2 but we were aiding some countries across seas and the axis power didnt like that so they bombed us and in return we bombed them multiple times.. thus this brought us into the war.
anonymous
  • anonymous
we were such children and okay thank you

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