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  • Japanese Force
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    1940.1940 Germany Invades Norway - German forces invaded Norway and Denmark. Oslo, Bergen, Trondheim, Stavanger and Narvik were rapidly taken. Nav arik was retaken by a British force, but the British were soon forced to withdraw from the town. By the end of the month, the Germans had broken the stiff Norwegian opposition, and the Norwegians were forced to surrender... 1941.1941 Penicillin Used To Treat a Human - (2/12/41) For the first time, penicillin was used to treat a human patient. Penicill...
  • Attack On Pearl Harbor
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    ... to successful fear appeal, which if not all four are included, they are likely to fail (web). First isa threat, second is a specific course of action about how the audience should react, third is the audience believes that course will be effective, and fourth is the audience believes they can perform the suggested course of action. All three styles of propaganda were used during World War II can still be seen today in political campaigns and advertisements. The largest use of propaganda duri...
  • Japanese Soldiers
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    The movie a thin Red Line was mainly about a battle that happened during World War II. It showed realistic examples of the combat style of the World War II, and how the Japanese fought. The movies title was named because it was said at the beginning that there is a thin red line that divides the sane from the mad. In this movie some will earn metals others will do anything to get out of the war before they die. This movie was an excellent example of combat and face to face fighting. At the begin...
  • Troops On Bataan
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    April 31, 1942 THE SURRENDER OF BATAAN! As the situation on Bataan was very solemn, the soldiers tried to have some short moments of fun. The pilot, Lt. Colonel William Dyess, and Lt. Juanita Redmond, ANC, recalled a celebration in Mariveles the pilots threw in early March. The food for the festivities came through an extensive bartering system the units established. To overtake the time between battles, soldiers played volleyball and in the hospital, the chaplains put on entertainment nights fo...
  • Attack On Pearl Harbor
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    Pearl Harbor My report is about the attack on Pearl Harbor. In this report I will explain what happened and why it happened. So you know, Pearl Harbor is located on Oahu island, Hawaii. Pearl Harbor was the operating base of the U.S. Pacific Fleet. The Japanese pulled a surprise attack on the U.S. on December 7, 1941 at 7: 50 a.m. during the beginning of World War II. On November 26 a powerful Japanese taskforce, under the command of vice Admiral Chukchi Nagumo, left the Kuril Islands; on Decemb...
  • Surprise Attack At Pearl Harbor
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    The attack on Pear Harbor has influenced history in a way that has made America stronger. It helped America unite as a country, allowing them to overcome greater obstacles. One example is the recent tragedy of September 11. I believe that Pearl Harbor helped unite America as a nation so when the bombing on September 11 happened, it helped the U.S. handle this tragedy. In my report, I would like to tell you of the events leading up to the day of the attack on Pearl Harbor and subsequent events. I...
  • Pearl Harbor After The Attack
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    Attack on Pearl Harbor! Did we know? Pg #1 Did we know about the attack the occurred in Pearl harbor? Was there any sign or possible way of changing what happened? Did someone or a group of people that could were have been more careful mess up? Or was there some one that knew about the attack or had an idea that it was coming but didn't say anything? An why did the Japanese choose Pearl Harbor of all place to strike an attack, was their a significance? These are all question you might ask your s...
  • Attack On Pearl Harbor The Japanese
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    The United States inflexible foreign policy when dealing with Japan lead to the attack on Pearl harbor which ended American isolationism. On December 7, 1941, at 7: 55 a. m., loudspeakers aboard warships in Pearl Harbor rang loud with warnings, Air Raid. This is no shit (Millis 354). The bombers streaked in low and filled the sky, marking the infamous Japanese attack on the bulk of the American military strength in the Pacific. The surprise attack was the grand entrance of Japan into World War I...
  • Surprise Attack On Pearl Harbor
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    Road To Pearl Harbor The attack on the military forces of the U.S. at Pearl Harbor Hawaii did not just happen nor was it a quick reaction to initiatives instituted by President Roosevelt. The Japanese believed that they were being pushed into a corner by Roosevelt and felt that they must act to protect the Empire. Gordon Prange in 'At Dawn We Slept' describes pre-attack events in detail. The description of these events note the mistakes made on each side. 1937 July The Japanese Army invaded Nort...
  • Surprise Attack On Pearl Harbor
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    The Nuremburg Trials The Nuremburg Trials took place after World War II. It was at these trials that 23 Nazis were put on trial. These Nazis were the major leaders of the party and they willing joined in on these acts, they were not forced to, and they did not refuse. There was four counts that these Nazi leaders were tried for. They include the common design or conspiracy, war crimes, crimes against humanity, and membership in a criminal organization. These crimes committed by the Nazis were sp...
  • Japanese Attack
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    Pearl Harbor was the beginning of a war between two countries that would last nearly 4 years and cost hundreds of thousands of lives. The attack was swift and successful for the Japanese and it caught the Americans totally off guard. The "Day that will live in infamy" drew the United States into a World War in which would change American history forever. The political climate in the pacific area in 1940 was filled with turmoil. The Japanese had extended their empire south through French Indochin...
  • Clear The Attack On Pearl Harbor
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    The movie Pearl Harbor is a depiction of the actual attack from the Japanese on American soil. It appears that the Japanese's peace talks with the United States was a ploy to set up the most surprising attack that the United States has every experienced. It is clear the attack on Pearl Harbor was a surprise and something that Naval Intelligence had at one point hinted of the possibility of such attack occurring. On December 7, 1941, from 7 am to 9: 45 am., and a clear day on Sunday. Pearl Harbor...
  • Their First Attack The Japanese
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    Pear Harbor The United States of America has being very strong to sand where it is. This country has being in war all it "live". We have had wars, such as the Civil War, the Spanish American War, wwl, WWI 1, and some others. Also, we have experienced many attacks, such as Pear Harbor. This attack, would killed thunders of people, it would destroy many weapons, and as we all see in every single events that we have experience, that we would have a lost in thousand of hundredths of dollars, after t...
  • Attack On Pearl Harbor In 1941
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    (Title) The immaculate gray-blue skies hovered above the clear waters of a picturesque Pearl Harbor. The morning birds were singing as the sun broke over the horizon of Oahu Island, which would typically signal the start to a perfect Hawaiian day. To United States (U.S.) servicemen in 1941, Hawaii was a tropical paradise and a "dream" duty station. The peaceful serenity of the morning soon became shattered by the sound of bombs bursting and bulkheads exploding during the devastating surprise att...
  • Attack On Pearl Harbor
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    On December 7, 1941, at 7: 53 a.m. the Japanese intentionally and viciously attacked Pearl Harbor. A second attack came at 8: 55 a.m. and by 9: 55 a.m. the action was over, the Japanese were gone, and Pearl Harbor was left in ashes. The United States suffered 2,403 deaths while 1,178 men were badly wounded. Eighteen ships were either sunk or severely damaged, and 188 planes were destroyed. This date is often referred to as a "surprise attack", but many believe Roosevelt had ties with Japan and a...
  • Bombing Of Pearl Harbor
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    On December 7, 1941, one of the largest American military defeats in history occurred. Most of the United States Naval Pacific Fleet was destroyed and thousands of soldiers were killed or wounded, all before 9: 00 a.m. that Sunday morning. The forces stationed there did not have any knowledge of the coming attack, mostly because of their superiors' ignorance, but partially because of the military strategies of their Japanese opponents. Although a string of events earlier that morning all pointed...
  • Information About The Attack On Pearl Harbor
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    Pearl Harbor located on an inlet of the island of Hawaii. This is located 10 km (6 mi) west of Honolulu, and is one of the famous naval bases of the United States. The United States government first started using the inlet in 1887 and then was given the right to maintain and repair a coaling station for ships. The harbor was surveyed but improvements were not made until after the United States obtained the Hawaiian Islands in 1898. In the year of 1911, the work of extracting a wide channel from ...
  • Japanese Attack On Pearl Harbour
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    Why Did The Japanese Attack Pearl Harbour? On 7th December 1941 the Japanese attacked the United States Pacific Naval Fleet at Pearl Harbour, Hawaii. In just two hours 18 warships, 190 aircraft and over 2,500 servicemen had lost their lives. This event changed the war throughout the world with the most powerful nation then involved. Shortly after the attack, US congress had declared war on Japan. As one historian said, 'Japan simply awaked the sleeping giant'. There are many factors that are tho...
  • Surprise Attack At Pearl Harbor
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    The attack on Pearl Harbor which happened on December 7th of 1941 was one of the major turning points in the 19th century history of Japan and America (Walter, 1957). Over 2000 Americans died the day that the Japanese launched a surprise attack on the almost unsuspecting bay. Most of the people who died or got injured were U. S Navies or those who are employed by the U. S government for maintenance and other types of jobs (Prange, 1981). Almost all of the sea vessels, especially the battle ships...
  • Attack On Pearl Harbor
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    Many have compared the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001 to the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. They argue that both attacks were just as astonishing, unwarranted and unpredictable. The World Trade Center buildings in New York City still lie in ruin, an icy reminder of the terrorist attack. Both the U.S.S. Arizona and the U.S. S Utah remain on the floor of Pearl Harbor, each a ghostly, decaying tomb reminding all of the thousands that gave their life on...

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