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Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor: causes and consequences

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Transcript of Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor: causes and consequences

Dec,7,1941
Dec,8,1941
1942
1940
1930s
Awakens the Sleeping Gaint
Japanese Expansion
WHY Pearl Harbor?
"Yesterday, Dec. 7, 1941 - a date which will live in infamy - the United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked by naval and air forces of the Empire of Japan."

Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor:

Causes and Consequences.
1945
18 American ships

300 airplanes

2,500
1,000
1,000 trapped inside Arizona
US: Let's go to war!
Congress approval
477 : 1
As a woman,I can't go to war,and I refuse to send anyone else.
Japan
Italy
Germany
Declared
war
against
WHY?
HOW?
Industrial raw materials + agricultural shortage.

Demographic Crisis


Hope for Japan!
Manchuria 1931
China 1937
French occupied Indochina 1940

WHY attacking US?
Further reading:
www.pearlharboroahu.com
www.history.co.uk
www.history.com
www.history.army.mil
www.historyplace.com
"Germany First Strategy"
1940
To:President Roosevelt
The top priority should be given to defeating Germany regardless of any threat that might arise from Japan.
"Briefing"
From: The Chief of Naval Operations,
Admiral Harold R. Strack
Threat to US and European powers!
But how to expand and the European powers are dominating and monopolizing trade in Asia???
Operations
Atomic bomb 1945
Japan:unconditional surrender
More than 52 Million
Almost 17 Million civilians
WWII:
"When the power of love overcomes the love of power the world will know peace."
Jimi Hendrix
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