Pearl Harbor

What historical significance did Pearl Harbor have on the us?

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2008-06-07 15:53:22

The Pearl Harbor attack brought the US into WWII, making the war a GLOBAL WAR.

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Japan attacked Pearl Harbor because they wanted to remove the threat of the US naval fleet.


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It brought the US into the war on behalf of the Allies by generating incredible support for the war in the US (as opposed to isolationism which was popular before the attacks on Pearl Harbor)


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The Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor, not the U.S.A.


The Japanese bombed us, the Americans at Pearl Harbor.


Pearl Harbor gave the US a port safe from almost any storm.


The US didn't drop bombs on Pearl Harbor. The Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.


the Japanese did not lull the US into an attack on Pearl Harbor. the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor, not the other way around.


Pearl Harbor was a naval base, and was classified as a lagoon harbor.


The Pearl Harbor is in Hawaii and that would mean Pearl Harbor is in the U.S. 523 miles


Usually people in the US commemorate the attack on Pearl Harbor on Pearl Harbor Day.


The US Military has been stationed at Pearl Harbor since 1898. The answer your Teacher is looking for is "Neutral". The US remained NEUTRAL before Pearl Harbor.



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