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the course of war and from isolationism to intervention, US role remained strategic in nature which finally decided the fate of the War at the broader scale. The pre-war era in US was that of the great depression and the economic chaos with FDR working towards turning the tide of economy of the country. However, the global developments at that time attracted the attention of US and the changes in the overall political ideology in countries like Germany, Italy and Japan made a compelling case for US to actually seriously reconsider its role in global politics. (Tindall and Shi)
The emergence of Hitler as a global force and the changing political balance in favor of totalitarianism as well as racism and fascist tendencies along with a completely new threat in the shape of Communist Russia forced US to reconsider its role in the war and enter into it to tilt the balance towards allies. It is therefore critical to understand that US role in the Second World War gradually evolved over the period of time. The fall of France and the emerging Britain position after the fall of Paris actually created global crisis which forced US to actually play a decisive role in the war and play its part to further bolster the allies in their war against Hitler and other fascist and communist ideologies of that time. (Zinn)
However, one of the key reasons as to why US entered into the war was the attacks of Hitler on Jews. With US having significant Jews population, was affected by the way different regimes were actually involved in the overall exploitation and killing of Jews. However, once US entered into the War, its role flourished and it ended up attacking the Japan also to avenge the attacks on the Pearl Harbor and become the deciding factor in the overall World War II drama.
It has remained US policy to act as a neutral force in first as well as the Second World War however, as the overall political dimensions of war changed; US reconsidered its role in both wars and became
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