anonymous
  • anonymous
When it first entered World War II, why did the United States commit most of its resources to the war in Europe? Stalin assured Roosevelt that the Soviet Union could deal with Japan. Roosevelt felt the other thirty percent was needed to defend the US mainland. Roosevelt did not feel the United States needed to engage Japan. Roosevelt felt that Germany was more of a threat than Japan.
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brebre5564
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Roosevelt felt the other thirty percent were needed to defend the US mainland.
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  • anonymous
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