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'Japan 1941': How a nation stumbled into war

'Japan 1941': How a nation stumbled into war | U.S. Embargo On Japan | Scoop.it
The government wanted to get out of a war that wouldn't end. World opinion was increasingly hostile. Resources were running out. The economy was in ...
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This website is only narrowly related to the U.S. Embargo, but it actually provides some very good posts. It informs the reader on the economical situation within Japan which shows why they invaded China, and also explains their fury and anger when the United States refused to ship them goods anymore.

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How U.S. Economic Warfare Provoked Japan's Attack on Pearl Harbor by Robert Higgs

How U.S. Economic Warfare Provoked Japan's Attack on Pearl Harbor by Robert Higgs | U.S. Embargo On Japan | Scoop.it
Ask a typical American how the United States got into World War II, and he will almost certainly tell you that the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor and the Americans fought back.
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An semi anti-American view on the attack of Pearl Harbor,  and discussing how the Americans deliberately provoked the Japanese to responding so they could have a way into the War. A great website, with good links. Really good read.

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The bombing of Pearl Harbor: What FDR knew « Bulatlat

The bombing of Pearl Harbor: What FDR knew « Bulatlat | U.S. Embargo On Japan | Scoop.it
Philippines news and commentary, politics, human rights, economy
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A nice website that discusses about the possibility of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt  knowing about the attack on Pearl Harbor ahead of time.

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