1) Many Americans had come to accept that Britain should be given some help, mainly, because France had just fallen to the Germans. The shock of how big a threat Germany was to Britain had just dawned on most Americans. Britain had also used propaganda, screening videos of Britain being bombed. In the paper it showed pictures of rundown city’s, and people gathering their belonging from the wrecks of the city. This propaganda mad e people feel sorry for the British. They also thought that Hitler might be a risk to American national security.
If Hitler managed to take over the British, he could attack America, with not only they ” re own resources, but with British resources as well. 2) America had many reasons to join the war; to help out they ” re allies, world peace and even for their own safety. I think America would have eventually joined in the war, primarily because of the pressure from Britain. Although most Americans did not want to join the war, British propaganda was effective and convinced many. The Americans were not in the war at the time, but the help they gave to Britain would have eventually made Germany and Italy declare war on America.
3) It could be argued that the United States only got involved in the war because its own economic interests were threatened, as Britain owed the Americans a large sum of money. Also, when America got involved in the war, production was increased because there were more buyers, which made the economy better. But in my opinion, I think that the United States of America got involved in the war due to other reasons. Germany posed a big threat to national security; after taking over Britain, it was possible that the Nazis could attack America. Many Americans also believed that Nazi fascism posed a threat to their belief in world peace and democracy.
In 1777, there was a huge turning in the Revolutionary War between the American colonies and Great Britain. After long months of sporadic American wins, the Continental Army delivered a stunning blow to the British army by defeating them at the battle of Saratoga. This crucial win allowed the French, who had been watching the war unfold with keen interest, to finally decide to aid the Americans in ...