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1World War II: The American ExperienceWorld War II: The American ExperienceBy: Leona AmosClass: HIS/120Instructor: Lane SeeverDate: August 3rd, 2014
2World War II: The American ExperienceThere isn’t any real secret of the American attempting to go and reframe from having anything from to do with having to be part of World War II until Pearl Harbor was bombed. World War II started out in eastern part of the world around Europe’s culture. When the Great Depression came to the United States and also to other countries, it’s been known that the war was one of the biggest contributions to the depression. Even then this helped cause an argument around Europe with the obsession of power which provoked Stalin and Hitler into making destruction in trying to obtain Europe for their own intentions. Because of the Hitler and Stalin trying to control every aspect of Europe they found their challenge in Britain. Britain didn’t go easily and at that time Britain’s prime minister was already informed that Britain had to form an alliance with the United States to survive. When most of Europe was starting to become controlled by Germany, Italy, as well as Japan; it was decided by President Roosevelt that the United States would be agreeing to the alliance with Britain and offer support to Britain. With this alliance between the United States and Britain this showed the “Four Freedoms: freedom of speech, freedom of worship, freedom for want, and freedom for fear” (Schultz, 2012). When Pearl Harbor was bombed on December 7th

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