There where 59 Japanese killed in Pearl Harbor, all members of the Imperial Japanese Navy. Nine were the crew of 5 Type A midget submarines (of the 10 crew one was captured). The remainder were crews from aircraft shot down in the attack or lost as a result of damage and unable to return to the carriers.
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4 midget submarines sunk,
1 midget submarine run aground,
29 aircraft destroyed,
55 airmen killed
9 submariners killed
Pearl Harbor was attacked by the Japanese.
The attack on Pearl Harbor was an invasion, from the air, by the Japanese.
There were no downed Japanese pilots that survived during the attack on Pearl Harbor.
the Japanese did not lull the US into an attack on Pearl Harbor. the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor, not the other way around.
The Japanese-Americans living and working on Oahu Island (where Pearl Harbor and Honolulu are located) had nothing to do with the attack on Pearl Harbor. Japanese Naval Pilots were the ones who perpetrated the attack.
the united states responded to the attack on pearl harbor.
If you mean because of the attack on Pearl Harbor, then no. But Korea broke away from Japan during WWII.
No, the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor.
Hirohito was emperor of Japan during WWII.
There were 353 aircraft used in the attack on Pearl Harbor.
The Japanese attacked pearl harbor on the morning of December 7, 1941.
The Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor, December 7th, 1941.
The Japanese ships were never in danger. They did lose a few midget submarines during the attack.
After the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Japanese citizens and immigrants were put in concentration camps
The Japanese gave no warning of their attack on Pearl Harbor. That is why it was a successful surprise attack.
pearl harbor is about the Japanese attack on the u.s navy base pearl harbor in Hawaii in 1941
The site of the surprise Japanese attack .
they lost 55 japenese airmen
No U.S. or Japanese aircraft carriers were sunk during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. The U.S. carriers were at sea and not at Pearl Harbor as the Japanese leadership thought they would be.
The Japanese made a premeditated attack on Pearl Harbor with Hirohito leading the operation.
55 Japanese died in the attack of Pearl Harbor.
None. Unfortunately, for the Japanese, there were no aircraft carriers docked at Pearl Harbor at the time of the attack.
The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor was on December 7, 1941.