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#153 - icandividebyzero
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(10/12/2012) [-]
Pacific Theater in WW2
American Revolution
I guess the Civil War counts.
#176 to #153 - herecomesjohnny
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(10/12/2012) [-]
i think joining in WW2 3 years late is a bit piggyback riding..
#215 to #176 - arrowshock
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(10/12/2012) [-]
Just saiyan, America was neutral on that war until Japan attacked America first. It's more of being pulled into the war.
#224 to #215 - herecomesjohnny
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(10/12/2012) [-]
well posting the bulk of your naval fleet on hawaii's pretty much already drawing the gun, in my opinion, but i say it's all just muddled mexican standoffs anyway
#212 to #176 - TreHol
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(10/12/2012) [-]
True, but did help the allies win the war.
#298 to #212 - smokingman
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(10/12/2012) [-]
I'm an eurofag (and a soviet block one at that), but i'll admit this is true. Great Britain wouldn't have made it without the U.S. material shippings, and the SSSR got some useful stuff too (mainly raw resources, i think).
I will not pronounce myself on the D-Day question, as i think that the Union had to endure the greatest effort, but i'll admit that it was of great help.
But don't forget, the U.S. got in that war to avoid a continental Soviet ocuupation, not to steal their glory.
#156 to #153 - coldflare
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(10/12/2012) [-]
Saying that a country won the civil war is like saying you beat yourself at chess.
#723 to #156 - icandividebyzero
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(10/13/2012) [-]
The south had separated from the U.S.
#181 to #156 - itsupsidedown
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(10/12/2012) [-]
It was not a civil war it was the Union vs the confederate states they were a separate country with their own government hence not an actual "civil" war