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What happened to the US industries during World War 2?

The industries probably destroyed by the Russians.

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What did the US government do after declaring war on japan and Germany?

Transformed peacetime industries into war industries

Where was the US involved in World War 2?

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At the beginning of World War 2 national debate focused on whether the US should continue the policy of?


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