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At what point did the United States become involved in World War II? A. when Germany invaded Poland B. after the Japanese Americans were placed in internment camps C. after Japan attacked Pearl
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The United States become involved in World War II C. after Japan attacked Pearl Harbor.
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User: At what point did the United States become involved in World War II? A. when Germany invaded Poland B. after the Japanese Americans were placed in internment camps C. after Japan attacked Pearl Harbor D. before Archduke Ferdinand was assassinated

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