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Pearl Harbor Address to the Nation

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Tatum Brubaker

on 20 October 2014

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Transcript of Pearl Harbor Address to the Nation

The Japanese attacked the U.S. and caused lots of damage, and many deaths. Since the Japanese attacked other counties meant the U.S. would have many allies and more advantages. President Franklin D. Roosevelt asked congress to declare war because of "the unprovoked and dastardly attack by Japan."
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The importance of this speech was to let the people of the U.S. know what choices the government where making and what actions they were going to make. And in the speech FDR asked congress to declare war.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt
- He was born in Hyde Park, New York, on January 30, 1882.
- He was the 32nd President of the U.S.A.
- He was the 44th governor of New York.
-His religion is Episcopal.
- His parents are James Roosevelt (1) and Sara Ann Delano.
Pearl Harbor Address to the Nation
In The House Chamber of the Capitol in Washington D.C. on December 8, 1941, FDR gave his speech "Pearl Harbor Address to the Nation"
On December 8, 1941, Franklin Roosevelt gave a speech about the Attack on Pearl Harbor. The Japanese Empire attacked Pearl Harbor, The distance from Japan to Hawaii makes it obvious that the attack had been planned for many days. And President Roosevelt goes on to tell about the other countries that had been attacked. He tells the U.S. he regrets saying how many lives were lost. At the end he asks congress to declare war on Japan
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