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What was the economic impact at Pearl Harbor?
The economic impact at Pearl Harbor was a positive one. Women were able to receive jobs and help make war bonds in order to receive donations for new supplies. The war had taken America out of depression and made it a top country.
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Society had to live their daily lives on a war footing.
It forced the United States to officially declare war against the Axis powers. (It caused the US who had thereto been neutral, to enter the war as they had now to defend t…hemselves).
Pearl Harbor is located on the south coast of Oahu. Oahu is one of the Hawaiian Islands. On the south side of Oahu, from west to east is Pearl City, Pearl Harbor, Hickam… Field (now Hickam AFB & Honolulu International Airport), Honolulu, and then Diamond Head.
They wanted to destroy ships and planes that threatened theirexpansion efforts.
The term Pearl Harbor comes from the Hawaiian word "Wai Momi," or "pearl water." The waters around the harbor used to be well-known for the abundance of pearl oysters.
The reason for Japan's attack (on the US, the British Empire & the Dutch) was the Japanese Army's obsession with their on-going brutal conquest of China. The United States had… been taking diplomatic and economic steps against Japan for several years to convince (or force) the Japanese to end their war of conquest in Asia. The Japanese Army actually controlled the Japanese Government since the early 1930's. The Japanese Army refused to end its war of conquest & extreme brutality in China. Beyond China, the Japanese Army had plans to take advantage of the weakness of the British, French, Dutch & Soviet Union in Asia because of Hitler's conquests in Europe. The Japanese wanted to be free of American interference, and create a vast Asian empire that would have eventually included China, eastern Siberia, Mongolia, Korea, Formosa, Indo-China, Thailand, Burma, Malaysia, Indonesia, Borneo, Sumatra, Java, Philippines, Guam, Wake Island, & New Guinea; and possibly India. The Japanese military thought that the best way to keep the United States from interfering in their plans in Asia, was to deliver a surprise attack on various US bases throughout the Pacific to do as much damage to the US military capability in the Pacific. At Pearl Harbor, they intended to sink as many battleships, cruisers & aircraft carriers as possible. At Manila they intended to follow-up with an invasion and capture of the Philippines. At Wake Island they intended to seize the island. The Japanese also attacked the bases, ships & troops of the British Empire. All this was intended to persuade the United States & Britain to negotiate a settlement giving the Japanese most of the western Pacific territories, and most of Asia. They hoped that the US & Britain would not want to fight a prolonged & costly war in Asia to liberate what territory the Japanese could capture in the first six months of the war.
A US naval base that was attacked by Japan in December of 1941. Strictly speaking, "Pearl Harbor" is the name of the body of water(technically, a lagoon/harbor of the ocean…) in the island of Oahu,Hawaii. The city of Honolulu is built on its shores, and the UnitedStates has operated a major naval base there since 1887. Historically speaking, the Attack on Pearl Harbor was a surpriseJapanese aerial assault on 7 Dec 1941 on the U.S. Naval Base,especially the ships of the Pacific Fleet, as well as the nearbyU.S. Army airfields of Wheeler and Hickham (plus others on Oahu),with the goal of crippling the U.S. naval presence in the Pacific. Pearl Harbor mateA US Naval base in the former US territory of Hawaii. Hawaii became a state in 1959.
pearl harbor is an island in Hawaii that the Japanese bombed. Most probably a spelling error of Pearl Harbor in Hawaii, where the United States Navy suffered serious los…ses in a surprise attack by Japan in December 1941.
Answer Pearl Harbor is on the Island of Oahu, and so is the city of Honolulu.
How did US participation in World War 2 have an impact on the change from isolationism to international involvement including the reaction to Pearl Harbor?
Answer the united states quickly became ivolved in World WAr II after the attack on Pearl Harbor because there was no longer a debate over foreign policy. …Americans were now determined to win the war. As for the change to international involvement, the United States became the leading manufacturer during the war. They were creating all sorts of weapons faster than any other nation in the war.
We began fighting. We were not going to sit back and let 2,403 lives lost go unanswered
They underestimated the Japanese Naval Fleet.
In Pearl Harbor
Pearl Harbor was (and is) a harbor, and it was (and is) the location of a U.S. Naval Station that is named U.S. Naval Station Pearl Harbor.
In World War 2
Japan was afraid that America would be able to use pear harbor as a force to take them out if the even tried to attack America.
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Pearl Harbor was the Japanese attack on the USA. It was very important as this was the moment that the United States entered the war. Roosevelt had kept America neutral u…p until that point, though the country had been leaning to the Allied side. It was a surprise attack on the main naval base for the American Pacific fleet. The day after, war was declared on Japan. The US government then finished converting to a war economy and provided weapons and supplies for the Soviet Union and the UK. The Japanese officially declared war on America and Britain on December 8th 1941 and three days later Germany and Italy declared war on the United States. The USA then joined the war in Europe and was a great help to Britain, especially during D-Day. After the attack, most of the American people were fully behind the war effort of their country and propaganda about Pearl Harbor motivated them further.
The attack of Pearl Harbor was devastating to Oahu. Around 2,350 were killed and 1,178 were injured. The first wave was targeted at airfields and battleships. The second… wave hit other ships and ship facilities. The U.S. then became involved in what was World War II. After the war, many men were needed to replace the ones that died in the war. Women stepped up and started to work in offices, businesses, and factories. This was some impact on society and effects of the attack.