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America in WW2

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Submitted by Blaze777 (Greece), Sep 10, 2011 at 14:46

Well I hate to break it to you, you joined the WW2 cause you had to. 1st, you sold weapons to GB (of course you did, profit is all you can think of). 2nd, Japan attacked, you, you really had no choice by then, you had to enter. And lets not forget the atomic bomb you dropped, NOT ON A MILITARY TARGET, BUT ON A WHOLE CITY. ...

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