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The significance of Japan bombing Pearl Harbor was that it allowed for the US to get involved in World War II. It also served as the point at which Japan entered the war.

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How were the Americans drawn into world war ii?

Japan bombing Pearl Harbor


What did you learned about the bombing of Pearl Harbor?

what i learned about the bombing of pearl harbor is that Japanese attack pearl harbor because pearl harbor held the majority of the American naval.


Did the bombing of Pearl Harbor cause the Japanese to surrender?

No. The bombing of Pearl Harbor caused the US to enter the war against Japan.


How did Japanese American feel about the bombing of Pearl Harbor?

They felt sad an sorry because of what the Japanese did to pearl harbor, and they were shocked.


In what year was the bombing of Pearl Harbor?

The surprise attack and bombing by the Japanese on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, took place on December 7th, 1941.


What was responsible for the Attack on Pearl Harbor?

The Japanese are responsible for the bombing of Pearl Harbor but it was the fact that America was selling weapons to the Japanese enemy.


What was the significance of bombing pearl harbor?

It brought the US into the war.


Who got the idea of bombing Pearl Harbor?

The japanese.


Why did the Pearl Harbor bombing happen?

The Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor because they thought we where not ready of war.


Who were the people in the bombing of Pearl Harbor?

The Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor and the United States Military was attacked.


What is the significance of the Pearl Harbor Day?

Pearl Harbor Day is a remembrance day for the Pearl Harbor bombing on December 7, 1941. The Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor, Hawaii during World War II, destroying many of the US Military's ships and killing over 1,000 people in the attack.


What is the significance of Pearl Harbor to US history?

The bombing of Pearl Harbor made The US join World War II.


Why didn't the Germans help the Japanese in bombing pearl harbor?

The Germans didn't help the Japanese in bombing pearl harbor because the Germans did not want to help the Japanese by wasting their planes and air craft carriers in the event.


How many ships were destroyed as a result of the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor?

22 ships were destroyed at Pearl Harbor.


What was the Japanese army's goal in bombing Pearl Harbor?

The Japanese NAVY's goal was the elimination of the US Battle Fleet stationed at Pearl Harbor. The Japanese ARMY was not involved.


Was bombing Pearl Harbor a wise military decision for the Japanese?

no


What caused the Japanese internment camps?

The bombing of Pearl Harbor.


The bombing of Pearl Harbor came after what?

the Japanese government fell(:


What was the Japanese armie's goal in bombing Pearl Harbor?

The Japanese ARMY was NOT involved with the attack. Pearl Harbor was a NAVAL campaign. The "goal" of the Imperial Navy was to eliminate the USN Battlefleet stationed at Pearl Harbor.


Did the US stopped trading with the Japanese after the attack of Pearl Harbor?

Trade with Japan had stopped before the bombing of Pearl Harbor.


What were the repercussions of the Japanese bombing Pearl Harbor?

After pearl harbor the president asked congress to declare war on Japan. Then we did a raid on them.


Did Doolittle come up with his raid because the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor?

yes he did come up with his rade because of the Japanese bombing pearl harbor


How did the US respond to the bombing on pearl harbor?

The us responded to the bombing on Pearl Harbour by joining the war and taking payback on the Japanese.


What is the Japanese American Concentration Camp?

a place where they took Japanese and japanese-americans after the bombing of pearl harbor


What was the comprimise of the Pearl Harbor bombing?

There was no compremise; the Japanese attacked, and then withdrew.