8.4 Pearl Harbor

8.4 Pearl Harbor

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  • Japan Colonization/Imperialism
  • U.S. Oil/steel embargo on Japan
  • Pearl Harbor, Hawaii & the surprise attack
  • Japanese colonization began when Korea was protesting against Japanese inhabitants. They said that the Japanese was controlling most of their lives.
  • U.S Point of View of the Attack of Pearl Harbor
  • Japan was banned to export oil and steel
  • FDR
  • The U.S was warned about the attack but did not warn the citizens. They did not have a regular day because the ships were not at port.
  • Japanese View of the Attack on Pearl Harbor
  • People who lived in Hawaii were awakened by sounds of big bomb explosions. All the citizens in Hawaii were told to stay in their homes to be able to try to stay safe from bombs on Pearl Harbor. All the U.S. army men were scared of what was going to happen even though the ships were not a doc.
  • Franklin Roosevelt stated that the attack on pearl harbor will be known as the day we will live in infamy. When the Japanese surprised the U.S. with an attack.
  • The Japanese army men didn't know what they were training for. They were told to train for things that they did during the attack but they were never told what it was for. They were just following orders and thought what they were doing was the right thing to do.
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