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Why did America get involved in WWII?

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Ruth Anne Giese

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Transcript of Why did America get involved in WWII?

Why did the Japanese attack Pearl Harbor?
America's Response to Pearl Harbor
On your paper...
Tensions with the Japanese led to attack on Pearl Harbor
Tensions with the Japanese led to attack on Pearl Harbor
The Doolittle Raids
Instead of taking a quiz with teacher-created questions,

YOU will create the quiz questions to trade with your partner!

After thoughtfully writing 2 questions on your paper, switch papers with your partner and answer their questions.
Sample questions:

What day did the attack happen?

How did the US halt progress in Japan?

Why would Japan want to neutralize the US?

Sunday, December 7, 1941
Vol XCIII, No. 311
The Basics
Pearl Harbor
Japanese Attack
Pearl Harbor, Hawaii
December 7, 1941

President Roosevelt's Address to Congress
December 8, 1941
Congress declared war



Why did America get involved in WWII?
First met together in Columbia, SC in 1942
Attacked Japanese cities on April 18, 1942
Intended to strike back at the Japanese
Important because the Raiders' success boosted American morale
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