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Attack On Pearl Harbor

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My two paragraphs about what I learn about Pearl Harbor

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During World War II the United States stayed isolated for some time from the war. But on December  7, 1941 they was a surprise attack on the United States. The Japanese had planned this attack on the U.S. it was to bomb the Naval base in Honolulu Hawaii. The Japanese knew that the Naval base was in Hawaii and Hawaii was only 4,000 miles away from Japan. Around 8AM hundreds of Japanese fighters were already bombing Pearl Harbor and around 2,500 men were killed and around 1,000 men were wounded. Soon the U.S. had declared war on Japan. Now the U.S. enter in World War II and no more was isolated from it.

Now today President Barack Obama issued a day to remember about Pearl Harbor. This day is a day of remembrance to the ones who lost their lives in the attack. So every Dec. 7 is a day to remember our love ones against the fight from the Japanese Empire. Also now all over the U.S. other stats are issuing a day of remembrance of Pearl Harbor ever Dec. 7 all over the nation. Even Governors from every states is talking about a day to remember the lives that were lost. 

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During World War II the United States stayed isolated for some time from the war. But on December  7, 1941 they was a surprise attack on the United States. The Japanese had planned this attack on the U.S. it was to bomb the Naval base in Honolulu Hawaii. The Japanese knew that the Naval base was in Hawaii and Hawaii was only 4,000 miles away from Japan. Around 8AM hundreds of Japanese fighters were already bombing Pearl Harbor and around 2,500 men were killed and around 1,000 men were wounded. Soon the U.S. had declared war on Japan. Now the U.S. enter in World War II and no more was isolated from it.

Now today President Barack Obama issued a day to remember about Pearl Harbor. This day is a day of remembrance to the ones who lost their lives in the attack. So every Dec. 7 is a day to remember our love ones against the fight from the Japanese Empire. Also now all over the U.S. other stats are issuing a day of remembrance of Pearl Harbor ever Dec. 7 all over the nation. Even Governors from every states is talking about a day to remember the lives that were lost. 

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WGBH American Experience . FDR | PBS

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Primary Resources: Pearl Harbor Speech
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This primary source is from the speech by Franklin D. Roosevelt said after Pearl Harbor. It says how the United State should go to war with Japan. If we dont then Japanesse will keep on attacking the U.S. and we will have to take action and declare war on Japan. The U.S. lost too much lives now and need to take action on japan and punish them.

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This website was documented on the date of when the attack of Pearl Harbor happen. On December 7, 1941 as the Japanese planes were bombing Pearl Harbor, the Commander in Chief Pacific sent the first official word of the attack on a dispatch. Soon the Commander in Chief Atlantic and the USS Rangers received the dispatch. The United States then sent aircraft carrier to the Pearl Harbor for help as the attack was happening. After that few days later United States will have to go to war. From that day the United States had entered World War II. 

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Defense.gov News Article: President Issues Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day Proclamation

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This Website is about a thing going on today about Pearl Harbor. Barack Obama had issued a day of remembrances for Pearl Harbor. On Dec. 6 2013 at Washington United States Department Of Defense said on Dec. 7, 2013 is for now on a day of Remembrances. To remember what happen that day and to remember the soliders that died and defend our nation. 

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Pearl Harbor

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On December 7, 1941, hundreds of Japanese fighter planes attacked the American naval base at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii. The next day, President Franklin Roosevelt declared war on Japan.
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The history channel said that what made the United States go into World War II was of what happen to Pearl Harbor in Honolulu, Hawaii. The Japanese were planning to do a surprise attack on the United States a few days before the attack. The Japanese knew that Hawaii and Japan were only about 4,000 miles apart from each other. So on December 7, 1941 around about 8AM hundreds of Japanese fighter planes attack the naval base on Pearl Harbor. Around 2,500 men were killed and 1,000 men were wounded, the next day Franklin Roosevlt declared war on Japan and has then entered World War II.

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Vocabulary List

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Vocabulary readers might have trouble understanding.

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1. Infamy

Definition: The state of being well known for some bad quality or deed

Example: The U.S. was infamy after the attack at Pearl Harbor.

2. Solicitation

Definition: Ask for or try to obtain (something) from someone

Example: After the attack Japan is now solicitation for war and not peace.

3. Negotiations

Definition: Discussion aimed at reaching an agreement

Example: Japan and U.S. didn't negotiation about the war

4. Diplomatic

Definition: Concerning the profession, activity, or skill of managing international relations

Example: U.S government had a diplomatic meeting about what they were going to do.

5. Cryptologist

Definition: The study of codes, or the art of writing and solving them.

Example: The cryptologist sove the secret messages from japan

6. Distinguished

Definition: successful, authoritative, and commanding great respect

Example: The U.S military is ver distinguished by the people of the United States

7. Dispatch

 Definition: An official report on state or military affairs

Example: The military sends out dispatches to other military branches

8.  Implications

Definition: The conclusion that can be drawn from something, although it is not explicitly stated

Example: At the end of every meeting there is always a implication

9. Onslaught

Definition: A fierce or destructive attack

Example: Japanese onslaught was on Pearl Harbor

10. Hostilities

Definition: Hostile behavior; unfriendliness or opposition

Example: Japanese were seen as hostilities to the U.S.

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The National WWII Museum | New Orleans: Learn: For Teachers: Primary Sources: Pearl Harbor

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These primary source documents supplement teaching about World War II and the attack on Pearl Harbor.
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These primary sources are from the attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941. It says that the attack was a suprise attack on Hawaii by the Japanese. The attack killed 2,403 U.S. soliders, 68 civilians, and damaged 19 U.S. Navy ships. On Dec. 8, 1941 FDR asked Congress for and received a declaration of war against Japan. Later on Dec. 11, 1941 the Axis powers joined sides with Japan and declared war on the U.S. The U.S. then decalared war on Japan and enterd World War II.

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Office of Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. - Newsroom

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Governor Brown Issues Proclamation Declaring Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day
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This website is also about something happing today. Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr also issues a day of remembrance for Pearl Harbor. Its called Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, for to remember our love ones who die in the bombing from the Japanese and remember what they gave their lives for. To thank them for fighting for our nation and defending it.

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Attack on Pearl Harbor

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On the morning of December 7, 1941, the Japanese launched a surprise air attack on the U.S. Naval Base at Pearl Harbor.
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From the author Jennifer Rosenberg, What I learn about what happen to Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941 was what brought the United States into World War II. Japan had planned for the attack with their new specail tactics and had for a suprise attack on the United States. On Dec. 7, 1941 at around 8AM Japanese air fighter planes bomb Honolulu, Hawaii at Pearl Harbor it killed about 2,335 men were killed and about 1,143 were wounded. The United States had seen this as an act of war and on December 7, 1941 at 12:30PM the U.S. declared war on Japan. After that day the United States were now in World War II.

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The Pearl Harbor Attack, 7 December 1941

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Index to Action Reports and other special reports from the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, 7 December 1941
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I learn from this website that because of this act made from the Japanese is what cause the United States to join World War II. On Dec. 7 1941 around 7AM  the Japanese did a surprise attack on the United States in Honolulu, Hawaii where the U.S. had a naval headquarters base. The Japanese used torpedo bombers, dive bomber, horizontal bombers, and fighters for the suprise attack. When the attack was over 1,777 crewmen had died in the attack, after this the United States had seen this as an act of war and on the same day the U.S. decared war on Japan. After that point on the U.S. was now in World War II.

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Abigail Kay T's curator insight, March 18, 1:31 PM

I learn from this website that because of this act made from the Japanese is what cause the United States to join World War II. On Dec. 7 1941 around 7AM  the Japanese did a surprise attack on the United States in Honolulu, Hawaii where the U.S. had a naval headquarters base. The Japanese used torpedo bombers, dive bomber, horizontal bombers, and fighters for the suprise attack. When the attack was over 1,777 crewmen had died in the attack, after this the United States had seen this as an act of war and on the same day the U.S. decared war on Japan. After that point on the U.S. was now in World War II.