There is no such thing of Pearl Harbor I got two words for you SUCK IT
It Was AS normal as any where else
If you mean before it happened, no it doesn't look like he did. After, yes of course.
because they felt like it
Peaceful and Tranquil.
Ships were stationed there ready to be shipped out if need be. Many ships were grouped together and didn't expect the attack.
December 7, 1941 was a clear and bright day when the Japanese forces began their attack.
That sounds to me like a opinion question to me but i would say yes.
that's crazy2001, that was 9/11 osama bin laden was like Muslim or something, pearl harbor was attacked December 7 1941
USA military base............................................
a bunch of ashes some wood it looked bad
pearl harbor, singapore,china and many other islands And the Philippines and they had been fighting China for like 2 years before the war started but pearl harbor is probably what you're looking for.
When the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor they came out of the sun or the East so that it would look like they were coming from America at first.
Its about the bombing of Pearl Harbor, and waht it was like
This was known generally as isolationist policy. People were mostly determined to stay out of the war, though they did aid the allies after legislation like the lend-lease acts passed so that the U.S. was able to extend credit and sell arms to allies before the pearl harbor attack.
They were at war since Dec. 8, 1941 after the attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941.
Japan chose to atack Pearl Harbour first because they felt like it!
They were trade partners
Pearl Harbor was a modern facility.
They were partners and they had an agreement that include that the united states would provide japan oil, fuel and scrap metal to japan.
It shocked, frightened, and enraged the American population. It showed them how vulnerable they truly were.
the us had cut off supplies like fuel and scrap metal to japan
The same as US Naval bases in California.
The attack on Pearl Harbor occurred in an attempt by the Japanese to gain control of as much land as possible. The attack itself was very successful by damaging the ships in harbor. The one major point that was not expected was that none of the Aircraft carriers were in the harbor during the attack. Had they been, the US Navy would have nearly been wiped out according to information I have read. The information I have has come from various websites and books like "Day of Infamy" by Walter Lord.
to take out the Pacific Fleet, especially the aircraft carriers like the Enterprise
back then all that mattered was power kind of like Hitler in a way. he wanted power so he forced and attack but his reasons were about religion mostly.