World War II was the most destructive war in history as it claimed the lives of more than 38 million people, most of who were innocent civilians. More than 50 nations fought in the war, which ultimately changed the world forever. Americans knew that the United States involvement in the war was a fight against tyranny, but resisted entering the war until the attack on Pearl Harbor.

The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor caused the U.S. to enter World War II, but the forces leading to U.S. engagement were more complex than just reaction to the attack. The Victory Program, drawn up by the Army and Navy in 1941, outlined U.S. strategy by which they could defeat Germany if Soviet Russia fell. Discuss this strategy. Did it help prepare the U.S. for entry into the war? Explain your answer.

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