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    The Attack on Pearl Harbor Devry University Contemporary History Lawrence Robinson August 18‚ 2012 Introduction The Pearl Harbor attack was a military strike that was surprisingly carried out by Imperial Japanese Navy at the Pearl Harbor in Hawaii‚ United States. Naval base of the United States was the primary target for the Japanese military forces that launched the attack. The attack was carried out in December 1941. The Japanese military forces used the attack as a precautionary action

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    University Your Professor’s name HRM420: Training & Development Title of Your Paper Date December 7th‚ 1941: Attack on Pearl Harbor On the morning of the seventh of December 1941‚ during the time of WWII‚ the United States was awoken by a surprise strike attack by an unknown force. The Naval Base in Pearl Harbor was attacked by the military forces of Japan. This attack essentially led to the United States’ involvement in the Second World War. During this time‚ Japanese aggression was consuming

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    PEARL HARBOR         1 The Attack on Pearl Harbor Kaylan McNally Ms. Burton Due 2/14/13 To analyze how and why the Japanese were successful in their attack PEARL HARBOR         2 Abstract The Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor that brought the United States into what is known as World  War ll‚ it also personifies a large moment in the national history of America. My paper looks at the exchange of different reported practices of World War ll. Analysis of the effects of Pearl Harbor

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    The Attack on Pearl Harbor By: Jess Bowen Thesis Statement The attack on Pearl Harbor was an important event not only in World War II‚ but in American history because the attack was the reason the United States entered the war and through their victory in the war‚ made the world as it is today. Outline I. Introduction/ Thesis II. Background to attack A. Anticipation to war 1. Japan vs. China 2. Tensions

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    To better understand the attack on Pearl Harbor we must first go to the origin of the problem. Japan had little resources and they depended on trade‚ trade was the only thing keeping them going as a nation. According to Conroy‚ author of Pearl Harbor reexamined: Prologue to the Pacific War‚ “The fundamental causes of the pacific war go back to the turn of the century. International relations were then characterized by politics‚ aggressive nationalism‚ and western colonialism. These forces worked

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    ck on Pearl Harbor “I fear all we have done is to awaken a sleeping giant and fill him with a terrible resolve.” This is a famous quote that Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto uttered just after the attack on Pearl Harbor. He was nervous that one of the most important surprise attacks in recent history would turn out to be a complete failure. Over the course of history there have been numerous decisions to attack other nations with some of them being successful and others not so much. However‚ few have

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    The Attack on Pearl Harbor 20 Naval Vessels and over 200 planes were destroyed when the japanese attacked Pearl Harbor on the date December 7‚1941at 8 A.M. . Japanese planes flooded the skies over Pearl Harbor the Japanese flew all night and planned the attack for months then it finally happened.The japanese were ready to spread across the south pacific.The attack on Pearl Harbor destroyed 20 American Naval vessels and caused America to declare war on Japan And Japan attacked the Pacific fleet.

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    Pearl Harbor How did Germany react on the Japanese attack against Pearl Harbor 1941? Plan of investigation I’m going to read books and search on the internet about information of how Germany reacted on the Japanese attack against Pearl Harbor 1941. I will divide it up in different headlines: - Summary of evidence - Evaluation of sources - Analysis - Conclusion - Bibliography Summary of evidence Japan attacked Pearl Harbor on Hawaii December 7‚ 1941.1 It was a

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    Pearl Harbor was one battle that was very big against the United States. It was a battle that no one knew was coming. It happened fast and was also very wicked. Pearl Harbor is located by the islands of Hawaii‚ just west of Honolulu. Pearl Harbor was attacked on the morning of December 7‚ 1941. The one’s who attacked Pearl Harbor was the Japanese‚ and it turned out to be one of their greatest mistakes. The planning on the attack took some time and some thought for the Japanese. They began planning

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    The attack on Pearl Harbor was a hard time for the U.S. to realize what Japan had done. The attack happened on December 7‚ 1941 which it was a surprise attack in which the americans had no idea. The news spread from coast to coast that Japan had attack Pearl Harbor and killed many lives. The radios were spreading the information on what happened in Pearl Harbor more quickly than anyone could suggest. The Americans had a hard time focusing on what Japan did‚ which for most americans they remember

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