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In retaliation the US placed an embargo on the Japanese crippling their economy and state of mind. Japan Decided an attempt at destroying South Pacific fleet would handicap US capabilities in the conflict. The war Japan fought against the U.S. was a hopeless war for the Japanese because Japan’s national interest and the U.S one over China collided each other. The U.S had even explored the issue during some of its interwar “Fleet problems. In retaliation the US placed an embargo on the Japanese crippling their economy and state of mind.

As a result of the embargo unable to retreat, and convinced that the U.S. officials opposed further negotiations, Japan’s leaders came to the conclusion that they had to act swiftly. For their part, U.S leaders had not given up on a negotiated settlement, and also doubted that Japan had the military strength to attack the U.S. territory. Therefore they were stunned when the unthinkable happened and Japanese planes bombed the U.S. fleet at Pearl Harbor. Both the Japanese and the U.S. navies recognized the Pearl Harbor naval base as a potential target for hostile carrier air power. The Japanese navy scored a brilliant success and assured their ultimate defeat. The Japanese attack brought the U.S. into the war on December 8 and brought it in the war determined to fight to the finish. 

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

The National WWII Museum | New Orleans: Learn: For Teachers: Primary Sources: Pearl Harbor | U.S. Embargo and attitude toward and Japan before pear harbor | Scoop.it
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The Japanese military launched a surprise attack on the United States Naval Base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii the U.S. intercepted a Japanese message that inquired about ship movements and berthing positions at Pearl Harbor.The Japanese strike force consisted of 353 aircraft launched from four heavy carriers.The attack killed 2,403 U.S. personnel, including 68 civilians, and destroyed or damaged 19 U.S. Navy ships, including 8 battleships.The Japanese lost 29 aircraft and 5 midget submarines in the attack.

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Attack on Pearl Harbor: Ships, Heroes and Speeches

Attack on Pearl Harbor: Ships, Heroes and Speeches | U.S. Embargo and attitude toward and Japan before pear harbor | Scoop.it
Pearl Harbor official historical site. Why did Japan attack? History, pictures, eyewitness accounts, casualty lists, ship info, forum, plus museum shop, posters, travel info.
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The Japaneses signed a neutrality treaty with the Soviet union to help prevent on attack from that directiion if they were to go to war with Britain or the U.S. while taking a bigger bite out of southeast Asia. 3,500 Americans were killed or wounded in the attack.

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The Way to Pearl Harbor : U.S vs Japan

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I have learn War with China and conflict with the United States. The U.S. notified Japan that it would renounce the Treaty of commerce and Navigation that was signed by both countries. The War Japan fought against the U.S. was a hopeless war for the Japanese because Japan's national intreset and the U.S. one over China collided each other

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Primary Source Vocabulary List

http://www.nationalww2museum.org/learn/education/for-teachers/primary-sources/pearl-harbor.html

 

http://www.ushistory.org/us/50e.asp

 

http://www.pearlharbor.org

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Cryptologist - decoder skilled in the analysis of codes and crytograms.

Aricraft - Machine capable of flight

Courageous - not deterred by danger or pain ; brave

embargo - an official ban on trade or other commercial activity with a particular country

Non aggression - absence of the desire or intention to be aggressive

Negotiations - discussion aimed at reaching an agreement

Assumptions - a thing that is accepted as true or as certain to happen, without proof

Isolationism - a policy of remaining apart from the affairs or interests of other groups

Dastardly attack - treacherously cowardly

Unscathed - without suffering any injury, damage, or harm

Simultaneously - At the same time

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50e. Pearl Harbor

50e. Pearl Harbor | U.S. Embargo and attitude toward and Japan before pear harbor | Scoop.it
Pearl Harbor
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The beginning of World War II, Japan had established a powerful navy aviation division. It was this superior air power that carried out the attack on Pearl Harbor.The Japanese military machine relied heavily on imports of American steel and oil to prosecute its assault on China and French Indochina.

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The Pearl Harbor Attack, 7 December 1941

The Pearl Harbor Attack, 7 December 1941 | U.S. Embargo and attitude toward and Japan before pear harbor | Scoop.it
Index to Action Reports and other special reports from the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, 7 December 1941
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The U.S Navy had even explored the issue during some of it's interwar "Fleet problems" because it's aircarft carries in the event of War. The Pearl Harbor naval bease was recognized by both the Japaneses and the U.S. Navies as a potential target for hostile carrier air power.

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