British and American strategists believed it would be better to concentrate on Germany, the leader of the Axis, first. then deal with Japan. Unwittingly, Hitler helped make the strategy a reality by declaring war on the United States, which had expressed no desire to fight Germany up until that point.
British-English: Pearl HarbourAmerican-English: Pearl Harbor
forced colonies to harbor british soldiers
by getting american indeopendence
A thesis statement is a statement that sums up the topic of a paper or scholarly essay. On the topic of Pearl Harbor, a thesis statement might be, 'The Japanese who attacked Pearl Harbor were impressive strategists.'
forced colonists to harbor British soldiers closed Boston's port
The British withdrew from Boston in 1776 after American troops, led by General Thomas, secured Dorchester Heights with fortifications and cannons. The American forces could hit any British ship in the harbor from this location forcing the British to withdraw.
The British cold not retreat from Yorktown because the French fleet blocked the harbor and the American and French troops, surrounded the town.
They hated British taxes because the British taxed one item that the American colonists loved: tea. That is how it lead to the Boston tea party. The Boston tea party is when they dumped the tea into the Boston harbor.
what is the cause for the british to close the bosten harbor and to station troops in the city?
Yes. The British closed the Boston Harbor, as punishment for the Boston Tea Party.
New York City had the biggest harbor so the British wanted to control that harbor to bring in supplies and soldiers. The British occupied New York City for seven years.
Singapore was British while Pearl Harbor was American. The American press delivered far more information on Pearl because their readers were Americans, for the most part.
The British had killed Americans at the Boston Massacre. They closed the harbor of Boston and marched on Lexington and Concord.
The effect of the British intolerable acts were the closing of Boston harbor, more troops being sent in to stop the rebels, and soon the start of the American Revolution.
There were no British ships in Pearl Harbour on December 7, 1941 or any British warships anwhere near Hawaii on that date. Only American warships were allowed in Pearl Harbour.
Pearl Harbor was home to the American 7th Fleet.
When did american forces fightback for the attacks on pearl harbor?
The Japanese strategists thought it would neutralize the US fleet in the Pacific and keep the US from being an effective force against them. They were, as it turns out, about as wrong as it is possible to be.
The British Government was responible for closing Boston Harbor.
The British forces surrendered, as they were surrounded (by American forces on land, and by French naval vessels around Yorktown's harbor).
There are many airlines that fly in and out of the Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport. Some of those airlines are 'British Airways', 'American Airlines', 'Air Canada' and 'United Airlines'.
Both are correct within its own country. WikiAnswers uses American spelling as their standard. +++ That may be so for the primary texts but a British contributor like me is likely to use British spellings (except of course for American proper nouns, e.g. "harbour" in general but "Pearl Harbor" for the name of the place).
The British Parliament!!