We didn't provoke attacks, they sneak attacked the US for future world domination.
effects on Americans after pearl harborDue to the attack on Pearl Harbor, many things effected amercians, including destroyed boats/equipment and many deaths. The attack on Pearl Harbor also effected Americans because it lead them to join in World War 2.
one of them was the attack of the japanees peeople in December 7,1941.
No. One of the things that left so many Americans angry was that the attack on Pearl Harbor was "out of the blue" and unprovoked.
The US carrier fleet which was at sea on an exercise at the time.
hitler taking over poland in september 1939 pearl harbor attack 1941
A few things right off the top of my head, that you would have to look more into would be this: After Japans surrender they were not allowed to operate a military. And you could also research some more on the domino effect of allies connected through the united states to join the war. Sorry I was much help. But I hope maybe you can work with it. Try going to wikipedia.com and just searching pearl harbor.
A whole lot of things ranging from the U.S. cozy relationship with Chiang Kai Chek and the Nationalist Chinese years before Pearl Harbor to reports from the U.S. Ambassador to Japan as much as 10 months prior to the attack. Read "Human Smoke" by Nicholson Baker for more details.
Because it happened prior to a formal declaration of war. Prior to the atomic age (1945) that was the way of doing things.
There were three major things that were no more than minorly damaged during the December 7th attack: (1) drydock and ship repair facilities of the Pearl Harbor Naval Base (2) Oil and fuel storage facilities around Pearl Harbor and the airbases (3) Army and Navy communication and cryptography centers in Honolulu. It turns out that any one of these three was far more important to the war effort than the total loss of life and ships suffered in the attack.
They used various things but most publicized were kamikaze pilots (suicide pilots) that flew their bomb loaded planes directly into things, therefore creating a massive bomb.
red nose, sleep, and urine
Anger, hallucinations, listening to Lady Macbeth, and murder.
its important becaus they need to trade things with other people and countries
Provoke is an activated effect that triggers when the attack is declared. You may freely respond to this, or do things after resolution, but before the Declare Blockers step, which is where the provoked target must be declared as a blocker. So yes, it is perfectly legal to wait until Provoke untaps a creature, then tap it again through whatever means - making the provoked creature unable to be declared as a blocker. In the case of an untapped creature, it is almost the same. You may tap the Embermage Goblin in response to the Provoke trigger going on the stack. One damage will be dealt, then the Provoke trigger will resolve, untapping him. Before the Declare Blockers step, he can tap again to activate his ability, dealing a second point of damage, and stopping him from having to be declared as a blocker.
No. They can't attack anywhere. There are no such things as zombies.
Eating sweet things and fatty things can provoke spots, so avoiding eating those things might help.
They attack other living things because they are carnivorous.
Because all men choose to do the things that cause war. Hitler chose to try and take over the world. Japan chose to attack Pearl Harbor. War is not started by the innocent.
Raccoons would only "attack" something that is attacking them. They may also "attack" small animals that they intend to eat. Raccoons do not "like" to attack things, it is just a part of life that they must do to survive.
A computer attack is basically either when a hacker is on your computer doing things that you can do. Or it can be a Virus
Heart burn and heart attack are two completely different things
he can attack you by putting bad or ungodly thoughts in your head or urgin you to do things your not suppose to
Four things that can cause an asthma attack would be: allergic reaction, stress/anxiety, exercise induced, smoking
The attack by Japan on Pearl Harbor Hawaii and Adolf Hitler's declaration of war on the United States were the impetus that forced the US to fight both the Pacific and European Theaters of war.
The moral lesson of Pearl Harbor is to always be ready for disaster. Without proper preparation, bad things are often much worse.