How did the bombing of Pearl Harbor change the course of World War 2?
this bombing forced Americans to go to war when previously they did not want involvement
It changed the course of WW2 because it fored the American Millitary to enter World War when before they wamted no involvement. As a result of the attack the American Millitary bombed the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.The attack also marked the beginning of the Pacific War.
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Answer . It stifled the effects of isolationism in the US and allowed the Government encouraged by the president Roosevelt, to declare war. Following that when Japan sided …with Germany and its partners that decision automatically put the US formally against them aswell..
On 7 December 1941.
Turning the other cheek is not an accepted US tradition.
1) to destroy American aircraft carriers 2) to destroy American oil tanks 3) to prevent the U.S from entering the war.
The Bombing of Pearl Harbor led to World War two.
No, WWII had already been going on before the USA became involved. Germany (referred to as Nazi-Germany when Hitler was its FÃ¼hrer or leader) had started wars with its neig…hboring countries who called the USA to their aid & we supplied them with units, supplies & equipment as-the bombing of Pearl Harbor then allowed us to get militarily involved.
Japan wanted the US's territories in the Philippines, so the US cut off all of their resources from Japan. In response, Japan bombed Pearl Harbor.
Yes, although some Americans apparently don't accept that it was a "World" War until USA joined in, which was immediately AFTER Pearl Harbor attack.
they officially entered WW11
Pearl Harbour was bombed by the Jaqpenese on December 7, 1941. Pearl Harbour is a Harbour in Hawaii, it did not bomb Japan. Japan bombed it. =)
The bombing of Pearl Harbor basically caused United States to enter the war both against Japan, and because of a German declaration of war, against Italy and Germany. This mad…e it more likely that the war would end with German and Japanese defeat sooner rather than later.
World War II
December 7, 1941 .