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Pearl Harbor 9/11 Similarities and Differences

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Pearl Harbor 9/11 Similarities and Differences
The acts were carried out by two different people, one was a country, Japan, and one was a group, Al-Qaeda.
The attackers goal for Pearl Harbor was a military attack and 9/11 was just a suicide mission.
Pearl Harbor was executed for Japan to expand their fleet. 9/11 was a terrorist attack to mentally frighten America.
Pearl Harbor was mainly to take out a strong military force. 9/11 was aimed to take out the pentagon and the president.

In the attack of 9/11 the attack was more symbolical. The World Trade Center was a symbol of the U.S. economy. It was not tactical. The Pearl Harbor attack was tactical though. The Japanese attacked the fleet of ships to advance in their plans.In the attack of 9/11 the World Trade Center was attacked by Islamic terrorists. These terrorists supposedly were financed by Osama Bin Laden's. In the attack of Pearl Harbor, America was attacked by the Japanese. The Japanese were told to start this by Yamamoto, a commander of the Japanese fleet.
The Islamic extremist group Al-Qaeda hijacked four airliners and carried out suicide attacks against targets in the United States.
The attack by the Japanese on Pearl Harbor was horrible. The attack on Pearl Harbor was called a “day of infamy” by President FD Roosevelt. It was to bring the United States of America into World War Two.
Pearl Harbor was on Dec. 7, 1941. 9/11 was on Sept. 11,2001
Pearl Harbor's attack was what made us create the NUKE for defense against other countries. 9/11 brought the U.S together.
Roosevelt gave the speech the day after the attack. Bush gave the speech 4 days after the attack.
Thousands of innocent lives were lost.
About 3,000 people were killed on 9/11
and about 2,400 people died.
The attackers caused anger and turmoil and
both presidents signed a declaration of war.

The attacks on Pearl Harbor and 9/11 were both unprovoked attacks.
There was discrimination against the attackers.
They rallied their people against the attackers.


Presidential speeches drew public support for action against the terrorists.
Both presidents decided to go to war and
Bush quoted Roosevelt when they went to war.

People feared that more attacks would follow.
the was attacks werecaused by foreign attackers.
Both presidents decided to go to war.

The attacks were both on major structures in the U.S
The U.S made sure on who to place the blame on and
both gave a speech about the war.


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