During the Great Depression (the 1930s) Japan neede needed to solve their economic and demographic problems by pushing their way into China. When the League of Nations wasn't in favor of the invasion Japan left.
Japanese Internment Camps
The US hoped that embargoes on oil and other major items would help Japan to stop their expansionism. All this actually made Japan want to stand their ground. It also made the people angry towards continued Western interferences in Asian affairs.
FDR/"Date which will live in infamy"
Pearl Harbor is a US Naval Base located by Honolulu Hawaii. This is where a devastating surprise attack by Japanese forces happened. On the morning of Sunday, December 7, 1941 Japanese forces attacked Pearl Harbor causing lives to be lost. They damaged and destroyed American naval vessels, battleships, and a lot of airplanes.
After World War 2
Japanese Internment Camps were made during WWII by President FDR through his order 9066. This made it so people of Japnese descent had to go to camps to keep them isolated. This is the effect of Pearl Harbor on the American-Japan population.
After Pearl Harbor, President FDR made a speech telling the country what had happened. He also declared War on Japan for the surprise attack.
The aftermath of World War 2 was terrible lots of lives had been lost and countries had been reduced to ruins. The Allied Powers had won and the Jews were finally safe again.