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Why don't you come see what I found about the attack on Pearl Harbor !

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chidera Ejiofor

on 3 April 2014

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Transcript of Why don't you come see what I found about the attack on Pearl Harbor !

bulkhead- a wall or partition inside a ship

allied- joined by treaty; agreement

coxswin- the steersman of a boat

caliber- the diameter of a bullet or shell

assault- a law, an attempt of threat

annexed- took control of a country or territory by force
Why don't you come see what I found out about the attack on Pearl Harbor !
Who planned and ordered the attacks ?
Admiral Yamamoto was the mastermind behind the attack on Pearl Harbor. On When the attack begin a man named Vice Admiral Chuichi Nagumo led the a 33 ship Japenese force. Commander Mitsuo Fuchida, was the leader of the air attack on Pearl Harbor.
What were the causes of the attack on Pearl Harbor ?
When did the important events happen, and what were they in the attack of Pearl Harbor ?
On December 7,1941 the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor's naval base. Vice Admiral Chuichi Nagumo led a 33 ship Japeanese force.That same day approximately 181 fighter planes flew over Oahu and begin their attack.The Japanese launched a suprise torpedo attack on he U.S. Naval Base of Pearl Harbor. The day after the attack, December 8,1941 President Roosevelt Franklin delivered the speech know as the "Infamy Speech". President Roosevelt also did many other things the day after the attack including signing the decleration of war against Japan, etc. The last thing the United States did, was to declare war on Japan.
What Happened During the Attack of Pearl Harbor ?
What is Pearl Harbor ?
this is a picture of a bulkhead
The Japanese where needing oil and other resources since other Asian countries denied their request. The Japanese had been denied by he UK and the Netherlands, because they disagreed with Japan's attacks. So, the countries refused to trade with Japan anymore, which cut off Japan's supply of oil and other resources. After they were denied they knew that the only place that could get what they wanted, was from the naval base Pearl Harbor.
Pearl Harbor is a lagoon harbor on the island of Oahu, Hawaii, west of Honolulu. Much of the harbor and surrounding lands is a United States Navy deep-water naval base. It is also the headquarters of the United States Pacific Fleet. Pearl Harbor was originally an extensive deep embayment called Wai Nomi (meaning, “pearl water”) or Puʻuloa (meaning, “long hill”) by the Hawaiians.
To let all the other Japanese soldiers to start the attack, they said the code word
The bombing killed millions of people on the day of the attack. About 360 Japanese planes attacked 33 American ships including : USS Nevada, USS Arizona, USS Oklahoma, but only 21 were destroyed for good. The USS Oklahoma was hit by four torpedoes. The attack consisted of two waves. The first wave consisted of 183 planes. The second wave consisted of 170 planes. The attack resulted of 2,400 American deaths, and about 2,000 wounded.
This is a picture of the USS Oklahoma.
A picture of Pearl Harbor on the map.
Pearl Harbor
By: Chidera Ejiofor
This a picture of the mastermid of the attack on Pearl Harbor : Admiral Yamamoto
These are pictures of the leader of the air attack : Commander Mitsuo Fuchida.
A picture of the Navy Base on Pearl Harbor.
A bombing scene of the attack.
A bombing scene of the attack.
Japan's national flag.
The United States of America's flag.
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