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The United States entered the Second World War in December of forty-one. Europe had already been at war since nineteen thirty-nine.
But the United States did not enter World War Two until Japanese forces attacked the American naval base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
The attack was a surprise.
But American military and political leaders had believed that the United States, sooner or later, would be pulled into the fighting.
And they began to prepare for war.
President Franklin Roosevelt had been assistant secretary of the Navy under President Woodrow Wilson during World War One.
He remembered how American troops were not ready for that war.
Now that he was president, Roosevelt wanted to be sure that the United States would be ready when it had to fight.
Throughout nineteen forty-one, Roosevelt urged American industries to produce more weapons and other military supplies.
He established new government agencies to work with industry to increase arms production.

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美国在1941年12月加入二战,而欧洲自1939年就一直处于战争状态。
但直到日军袭击夏威夷珍珠港的美国海军基地,美国才参战。
这是一次突袭,
但是美方军事和政治领导人认为,美国迟早会被卷入战争。
他们开始为战争做准备。
富兰克林・罗斯福总统在第一次世界大战期间,曾在伍德罗・威尔逊总统领导下担任海军副部长。
他记得美军没有为那场战争做好准备。
罗斯福现任总统,他希望确保美国在必须战斗时做好准备。
1941年一整年,罗斯福敦促美国工业生产更多的武器和其他军事物资。
他建立了新的政府机构与工业界合作,以增加武器生产。
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