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How many people died on December 7 at Pearl Harbor?


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2011-12-07 21:21:47
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In Pearl Harbor, over 2,400 people died on December 7,1941.

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About 2,400 people died in the attack by the Japanese on Pearl Harbor.

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On December 7, 1941, Japan surprise attacked Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Japan destroyed some air force bases and nearly damaged or sunk almost all the navy ships. Around 2,000 people died from the attacks. After Pearl Harbor, the US entered into the WWII.

On the morning of December 7, 1941 350 Japanese planes attacked the base at Pearl Harbor and sunk ships and killed US sailors on the ships. Until 9-11 that was the only attack on US soil and just like we honor the people who died in NY we honor the men and women who died at Pearl Harbor. Pearl Harbor was the start of the United States joining the allies in the war against Hitler and the Japanese. It became a two front war.

After the attack on pearl harbor, was when you died!

2,403 people died during the attack at Pearl Harbor. 68 were civilians. So 2,403 - 68 = 2,335 were Navy personnel.

2403 were killed 1178 were wounded

there were 2, 403 Americans who died in pearl harbor210,000

I'm not sure about men but i know that 2403 people died in the pearl harbour attack.

Over 2,300 persons died during the attack, of which about 57 were civilians.

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