What state was the Japanese bombing of pearl harbor in 1941?
Japan did not bomb any US state when they attacked Pearl Harbour in Hawaii, they attacked the US Pacific fleet which was there.
No, Hawaii was a US Territory at the time of the Pearl Harbor attack (by the Japanese) on December 7, 1941. Hawaii became the 50th US State on August 21, 1959.
No, Hawaii was a US Territory at that time. Hawaii became a state in 1959
Hawaii. I think Oahu to be exact.
Pearl Harbor is located in the state of Hawaii. Pearl Harbor is most famously known for the surprise attack that occurred on December 7, 1941 by Japanese planes. It is also a naval base that attracts many tourist.
Pearl Harbor, Hawaii by the Japanese
Pearl Harbor is in Hawaii.
There are books written that state we did know.
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Question is rather ambiguous. Pearl Harbor is a Naval base located in our 50th State Hawaii, not a cause. Please rephrase the question.
They attacked Pearl Harbor in Hawaii.
Pearl Harbor is in Hawaii, and Hawaii became a state in 1959.
The United States did not attack Pearl Harbor; the Japanese did. Pearl Harbor is located in Hawaii, a US state. Japanese warplanes attacked and demolished the Pacific fleet of Navy ships that were docked there. The attack occured on December 7, 1941 and was the single event that caused the United States to enter World War 2.
The attack on Pearl Harbor in the state of Hawaii occurred on December 7, 1941. The Japanese attacked a navel base that belonged to the United States and killed 2,403 military and civilians.
Unification, the overthrow of the Monarchy, the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor and Statehood.
No. The attack on Pearl Harbor was in 1941, while Hawaii didn't become a state until 1959.
The Peral Harbor attack was in Hawaii, but Hawaii was not a state at that time.
The current state of Hawaii though, not a state at the time of Pearl Harbor
Pearl Harbor is in Hawaii, a state in the US. Pearl Harbor is the US Navy area west of Honolulu, Hawaii, part of a Joint Base with Hickam AFB.
The effect was that the United State declared war on Japan the next day.
FDR delivered the Four Freedoms speech as part of the 1941 State of the Union address on January 6, 1941. The Japanese attack on Pearl harbor was 11 months later on December 7, 1941.
The only country involved was the United States. Pearl Harbor is located in the current state of Hawaii. At the time of the attack by Japan, Pearl Harbor was located in the United States TERRITORY of Hawaii.
She was a Congressional Representative of the State of Montana. She voted against the US going to war against the Japanese. She was the only one to do so.
On the day of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor the US Navy had 3 aircraft carriers in the Pacific. The Enterprise had just delivered 12 Marine fighters to Wake Island and was on her way to Pearl. The Saratoga was refitting at Bremerton, Washington State. The Lexington was delivering dive bombers to Midway.
It's a HARBOR/city in Hawaii - and no, Hawaii is not a planet, it is a United State
It occured at Pearl Harbor on the Island of Oahu, in the State of Hawai'i in the United States of America. Or at 21.3619° N, 157.9536° W.
There have been a variety of important events that have happened in Hawaii. These include the bombing of Pearl Harbor, Hawaii became the last state in 1959, and future President, Barack Obama, was born in Hawaii.
Hawaii along the southern coast and it is gourgous.
No it is not, it is part of Hawaii which is a U.S. State
A state of war. A state of war.
The current state of Hawaii. During the attack, Hawaii was NOT a state; it was a US territory.
The 50th state (Hawaii). Note-at the time of the attack, Pearl Harbor was in the United State's "TERRITORY" of Hawaii; Hawaii was NOT a "state" in 1941.
This includes the Japanese takeover of Manchuria in 1931 and the establishment of the puppet state of Manchukuo; the undeclared war against China which began in 1937, leading to the expansion into the Pacific and SE Asia following the attack on the US naval base at Pearl Harbor in 1941 (the takeover of French IndoChina, the attack on Malaya leading to the fall of Singapore, the takeover of the Dutch East Indies and the eventual… Read More
US militants became counterparts of World War II, because when the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor in Honolulu, Hawaii (the harbor was re-built way after the bombing) the US Army found out. So, because of that, the US helped Hawaii and tried to be friendly, and nice, and made a Hawaii, "Hawaii Territory", and then admitted Hawaii to the Union and the official name of Hawaii became, "Hawaii", on August 21, 1959. (The Japanese bombed Pearl… Read More
the state is hawaii and it is part of the united states
Before WWII even began, the US and Japan were watching each other very closely as imperialism pushed itself into the 20th century. The Japanese had invaded many areas like French Indochina and Malaysia, this made the US develop contingency plans in the event that the colonies of the US would be victim to the Japanese war machine. The Japanese were very aware of this and bombed Pearl Harbor because of this. Sure no one say… Read More
Here are two quotes from Hideki Tojo, Prime Minister of Japan, after the bombing on Pearl Harbor. He saw it as a miracle of surprise since the US was not ready or on the alert. He had a superior attitude over the Americans. When reflecting upon it today, that the Pearl Harbor attack should have succeeded in achieving surprise seems a blessing from Heaven. It was clear that a great American fleet had been concentrated… Read More
After the attack on Pearl Harbor, America was in a state of shock. There was no laws passed in direct response, however, some important decisions were made. In response, America passed the declaration of war on Japan. FDR also passed the executive order requiring that all Japanese Americans be interned in concentration type camps.
There was 2,403 American casualties as a result of the ships that were bombed in Pearl Harbor. Of these ships, all but 3 were able to be repaired to a usable state.
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In Hawaii, In the pacific Ocean. Hawaii is the 50th state of the USA
US Territory; with a US Territorial Governor.
Did Japan's bombing of Pearl Harbor cause President Franklin D. Roosevelt to announce that the US had declared war on Japan.?
Not exactly. The President is not allowed to declare way; the Constitution reserves this power to the Congress. But on December 8, 1941, President Roosevelt addressed a special session of Congress and requested that Congress declare that a state of war existed between the United States and the Japanese Empire.
It began on April 12, 1861 with the bombing of Ft. Sumter in the harbor of Charleston, South Carolina.
!Hawaii! Baby! There is a line through this sentence, if you didn't notice
1941 after japan destroyed pearl harbor
Pearl Harbor is the US Naval Base near Honolulu, on the island of Oahu in the state of Hawaii. In 1941, Hawaii was a US territory and the major port for the US Pacific Fleet.
None. Hawaii (Pearl Harbor) and Alaska (the Aleutians) were not US States yet. ANSWER First, there was the attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii (which was not yet a state), where the Japanese bombed and destroyed many navy ships, and killed thousands of American soldiers. Second, there was the Aleutian Islands campaign, in which Japan and the U.S. fought over the Aleutian Islands (part of Alaska, which was a state), which was an important and strategic… Read More
Proposed sTate part of eastern OR and northern CA. Initiative was on ballot, overtaken by Pearl Harbor.
Answer The geographical location in this island state is also known in the Hawaiian language as "Wai Momi," which means "pearl waters." Pearl Harbor, was a primary target of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor which precipitated the declaration of war between the US and Japan. The day of the attack has been called a day of infamy. And that from "a date which will live in infamy" from then-President Roosevelt's speech to Congress the… Read More