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Transcript of PEARL HARBOR
-December 7, 1941 at 7:55 Japan
performed a surprise attack at Pearl Harbor
-Pearl Harbor is a US Naval base in Oahu, Hawaii
-Japanese fighter planes fired bombs and torpedoes, destroying the Naval base
-Japan also used a few mini submarines to
fire torpedoes at the ships
- The two wave attack lasted around 2 hours
- December 8, 1942 declared war against Japan
(1945 Japan surrendered)
-Japanese American Internment Camps
~Surprise attack caused America to rethink their trust in Japanese American citizens
~US feared that they might go against America
~Roosevelt signed off that all Japanese-Americans be relocated into internment camps to prevent sabotage of war efforts
~US later apologized and paid each survivor $20,000
How Pearl Harbor Affected the US
Why Japan Attacked Pearl Harbor
US prevented Japan from acquiring resources by:
-Placing an embargo, stopping the shipment of steel & scrap iron
-US teamed up with Britain and Netherlands to stop all oil trade with a blockade, to weaken the military
-Japan decided to attack the US first at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii which was the nearest military base to Japan
-Japan's goal was to neutralize the U.S. Pacific Fleet, so Japan could rebuild their military and get a hold of new resources,
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"World War II." History: WW2 Pearl Harbor Attack for Kids. N.p., n.d. Web. 10 Feb. 2015.
What Happened during the Attack of Pearl Harbor?
~US lost ships, supplies, weapons as well as soldiers
~Luckily US recovered quickly and not all of their ships were in the harbor during attack
-the surviving ships were used to attack Japan
~All over the country young men lined up outside recruiting stations to join Army, Navy, Marines and Coast Guard
~Women went to work in factories, to help build new weapons and transportation to boost our military (thus created more jobs)
of Pearl Harbor
The attack of Pearl Harbor brought the US into World War 2. Without Pearl Harbor, the US wouldn't have joined the war that early. It's possible Hitler could have finished his secret atomic bomb project and used the bombs, ruling the world and rewriting history.
"Japanese-American Internment." Ushistory.org. Independence Hall Association, n.d. Web. 11 Feb. 2015.
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"Military.com Resources." Military.com Resources. N.p., n.d. Web. 16 Feb. 2015.
At the time Hawaii wasn't a state yet
Japan, Germany and Italy (Axis Alliance) wanted to take over the world and they would do anything they needed to. Japan would fight with whoever might get in their way or prevent them from taking over more land. Their great want for land got out of hand and ended up affecting the world. But how? .......
but Japan failed
= Rest of the World
-2403 Americans killed, including 68 civilians
-1178 American soldiers and civilians wounded
-21 ships of the US Pacific Fleet sunk or were damaged
-188 aircraft destroyed
-159 aircraft damaged
-establishes in 1962
-An average of 4,000 people per day visit, honoring all the men, woman and children who died
-Includes a white bridge like structure and the remains of the U.S.S Arizona battleship is visible through the clear water
More US affects
of Pearl Harbor
~raw materials (rubber and steal)
~many foods (potatoes, rice and onions)
-Japan just wanted more land and that resulted in hatred towards everyone who attempted to prevent them, which included the US
-Japan's hatred led to the death and suffering of many beginning with the attack of Pearl Harbor
-The same thing happened with Hitler and how his hatred led to killing of many Jews
-Similar things are happening right now with ISIS and their hate for any non-Muslim
History repeats its self.
Allen, Thomas B. Remember Pearl Harbor: American and Japanese Survivors Tell Their Stories. Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society, 2001. Print.
Fitzgerald, Stephanie. Pearl Harbor: Day of Infamy. Minneapolis, MN: Compass Point, 2006. Print.
Streissguth, Thomas. The Attack on Pearl Harbor. San Diego, CA: Greenhaven, 2002. Print.
Rice, Earle. The Bombing of Pearl Harbor. San Diego, CA: Lucent, 2001. Print.
Day of Infamy
"Mankind must put an end to war before war puts an end to mankind."
~John F. Kennedy