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Pearl Harbor Presentation

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on 18 March 2013

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By Sierra Caoili Pearl Harbor Damage 3 other American ships damaged
2 other American ships sunk
3 American cruisers damaged
3 American battleships damaged
4 American battleships sunk
29 Japanese aircraft destroyed
4 Japanese midget submarines sunk
1 Japanese midget submarine grounded
159 American aircraft damaged
188 American aircraft destroyed
3 American destroyers damaged
1 American battleship grounded
29 Japanese aircraft destroyed
4 Japanese midget submarines sunk
1 Japanese midget submarine grounded President Franklin D. Roosevelt Delivered a speech to the US Congress and citizens declaring war against Japan which included us being involved with World War II.

"A date which will live in infamy." is how he described the bombing attack incident. 32nd President of the USA. Term in office from March 4, 1933 to April 12, 1945. Enola Gay Here is an identical bomb of the one that was dropped on Hiroshima. Hiroshima and Nagasaki Bombs Here is an identical bomb of the one that was dropped on Nagasaki. Here are the explosions from the bombs that were dropped. Hiroshima is on the left and Nagasaki is on the right. A B-29 that dropped the atomic bombs on Hiroshima (August 6, 1945) and Nagasaki (August 9, 1945). The Hiroshima bombing instantly killed 80,000 and was expected to kill another similar number as soon as the unaffected Japanese citizens residing in the area was exposed by radiation.

As for the Nagasaki bombing, around 40,000 Japanese citizens were killed. Top picture is the exhibit at the National Air and Space Museum. Below it, is the crewmen and on the right is pilot Paul Tibbets. Pearl Harbor Attack On December 7, 1941 the naval and air forces of the Empire of Japan dropped a surprise bomb on Pearl Harbor.

2,335 US servicemen and 68 civilians equals 2,403 killed.

1,143 US servicemen and 35 civilians equals 1,178 wounded.

65 Japanese soldiers loss along with one being captured. Surrender of Japan Japan surrendered on September 1945 under the order of Emperor Hirohito.

On August 15, 1945, on the USS Missouri battleship, a ceremony was performed for the treaty signing between the Japanese and the Americans ending the war between them and also closing World War II. Pearl Harbor Today This is the USS Arizona Memorial that is located at Pearl Harbor, Honolulu, Hawaii.

In its interior, there is a large display of the names of the sailors and marines that died on the USS Arizona battleship the day of the attack. The Japanese had been planning the surprise attack against the United States around early January of 1941. They specifically chose to attack on a Sunday as they assumed that most Americans would be relaxed as it is a weekend. Congress granted President FDR's request and carried out his decision of war against Japan.

The American retaliation soon began. Intro to American Retaliation THE END. President FDR Speech USS Arizona Memorial Display of Names USS Arizona Battleship Memorial Example of the Damage Newscast on Pearl Harbor Incident Pearl Harbor Damage Literature Cited http://www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/content/fdr-pearlharbor-speech.html
http://images.quickblogcast.com/97178-89825/Pearl_Harbor_Memorial_4.jpg?a=19 Literature Cited (http://www.history.navy.mil/photos/events/wwii-pac/pearlhbr/pearlhbr.htm)
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