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What is the significance of the Pearl Harbor Day?


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2013-05-10 06:25:45
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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.

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Because of Pearl Harbor the US entered WW2

Pearl Harbor is the reason the US entered WW2

One does not "celebrate" Pearl Harbor day, as it is a day of tragedy, not a day of celebration. We commemorate Pearl Harbor day on December 7th.

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

pearl harbor is when the Japanese bombed pearl harbor

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

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

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

Pearl harbor day today is a day that we remember the hero's that fought for us in the war.

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.

Pearl Harbor is labeled as "The day that will live in infamy." -Roosevelt

Because that's when Pearl Harbor was attacked by the Japanese

December 6, 1941 was the day of the attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. This is also dubbed Pearl Harbor Day. Answer: Close but wrong, the attack on Pearl Harbor took place on Dec. 7th, 1941.

If your question is asking what the significance of Pearl Harbor was, then the most important result was the United States becoming involved in WWII.

the significance of the attack on Pearl Harbor was that first off it brought America into the war and secondly it destroyed allmost all of our Pacific Fleet which have to be repaired before we could do anything in the Pacific

The attack on pearl harbor made America declare war on Japan which made WW2 a truly world wide war.

The attacks are what brought the United States into WW2.

Attack on Pearl HarborIt happened on December 7,1941. It was a Sunday.

Pearl Harbor was attacked by the Japanese on December 7, 1941.

December 8, 1941, the day after Japan's sneak attack on Pearl Harbor.

Pearl Harbor was bombed on December 7, 1941, "a day which will live in infamy."

The bombing of Pearl Harbor happened on Sunday, December 7, 1941.

Pearl Harbor usually refers to the attack on Pearl Harbor by the Japanese Navy. The attack occurred on a single day, December 7, 1941.

No. Pearl Harbor was obviously Pearl Harbour while D-day refers to the landing achieved by Allied troops on the shores of Normandy during the second World War D-day can also, however, refer to a day of signifigant importance or reckoning. Pearl Harbor can be referred to as A D-day, but not as THE D-day

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