Is Pearl Harbor the same place as Sydney Harbor?
No. Pearl Harbor is in Hawaii. Sydney Harbour is at Sydney, Australia.
Pearl Harbor, Hawaii did not lose any acreage in the attack. The US Naval Fleet lost most of their ships and planes however. The base remained the same size. It had over 85 acres of land and water and that did not include the surrounding air bases and other installations. See related link below for maps and aerial photos of Pearl Harbor taken by the astronauts.
Pearl Harbor was a US Naval Base for the US Pacific Fleet. US warships departed & arrived at various days & times depending on their missions. The US ships in the harbor during the attack were not assigned a specific mission for that time. The battleships did not travel far from Pearl Harbor when they did depart, and did not stay out too long because there was not enough fuel oil (at Pearl Harbor) to…
At the same time during the pearl harbor attack, there was a nuclear radiation, a tsunami and an earthquake. Also that albert einstien invented an atomic bomb. the russains bombed it to japan and it killed hundreds of people in japan. A japanese guy (i do not know this guy's name) who survived 2 nuclear attacks in japan.
There are Pearl Harbors in Alaska, Tennessee, and Hawaii. The entrance to Pearl Harbor Park, at Kaluamoi Drive and Kamehameha Highway in Pearl City, Hawaii, is located at 21Â° 23' 16" north latitude 157Â° 57' 21" west longitude. Those have been its geographic coordinates since the systerm of latitude and longitude was invented in the 18th Century, and they're expected to be the same tomorrow.
No, the US received a peace medal from Japan before the attack so they thought that they wouldn't get into a war with Japan. Joe Lockard noticed planes on a radar but since they were expecting planes from the US to arrive with resources that same day, they did not alert Pearl Harbor. Hopefully that helped :)