Pearl Harbor Storyboard

Pearl Harbor Storyboard
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  • Japan Colonization/ Imperialism
  • China
  • Manchuria
  • Japan
  • Oil
  • U.S. Steal/ Oil Embargo on Japan
  • Oil
  • FDR: I  order an  embargo with Japan and the oil we  provide them with!
  • Oil
  • Oil
  • Pearl Harbor & Surprise Attack
  • USS 
  • Utah
  • USS Virginia
  • USS Nevada
  • At the start of 1931 the  Japanese   dreamed of an Empire in Asia, and started to  move forward with that plan in China,  specifically,   Manchuria.  They  started  strong though China showed resistance , in 1937  Japan launched an attack.   When this failed  Japan forced China to move capitals  and proceeded to block off coastal ports, as it came time to 1941  Japan was continuing  to expand their power.
  • Japanese Detention Centers/ Point of view
  • What will happen to our home?
  • Oh my!
  • As the United States,  Netherlands , and  Great Britain  grasped Japan's plan of imperialism they  cut off all assets.   Though the U.S was 80 % of  Japan's  oil  imports which halted Japan's raw materials for war.  This cutoff was one major factor in the  reason why Japan striked Pearl Harbor.
  • FDR/ "Date which will Live in Infamy"
  • Such a   "Date Which Will Live in Infamy"
  • On the morning of December 7, 1941 Pearl Harbor, Hawaii was attacked by Japanese     forces. The attack came in two waves, first the Japanese    air carriers hit aircrafts on the southern tip of Ford island.  Thereafter many of the large ship were sunk or severely damaged by missles    and air carriers as they came in from the west and east in torpedoes.
  • FDR Declares War on Japan & Joins WWII
  • I saw this one coming...
  • FDR: Today we are admitted into war!
  • Exit 
  • After the attack Hawaiian islands were turned to one large military base and many of the Japanese  were  considered "dangerous"  and  arrested.   Many of the Japanese decent were moved to detention centers, this continued for nearly three years, in 1942 FDR signed the Executive order which relocated 120,000 Japanese.
  • Route to Detention Center
  • The day following Pear Harbor  was when Franklin Roosevelt  made his  speech  about  the devastating  day.    This is when FDR states that the attack would live in  infamy meaning it will forever be a memory of an evil day. 
  • On December 8, 1941 after FDR made his infamous speech about Pearl Harbor, Congress declared war and Franklin Roosevelt signed onto the document. 
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