Asked in History, Politics & Society
History, Politics & Society
What was the date that will live in infamy?
Who said December 7 1941 a date which you will live in infamy?
THE ANSWER IS PRESIDENT Franklin ROOSEVELT Presindent Franklin Roosevelt was the one who said December 7, 1941 "A Date Which Will Live In Infamy." ...
Asked in World War 2, Pearl Harbor
What day was President Roosevelt referring to when he said it was a day that will live in infamy?
he actually said a "date" that will live in infamy, and he was talking about December 7th, the day the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbour. ...
Asked in US Presidents, Franklin D. Roosevelt
Why did Franklin Roosevelt deliver the speech Date in Infamy?
President Roosevelt's reference to "December 7, 1941, a date that shall live in infamy" was in response to the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. ...
Asked in Pearl Harbor
What event occurred on the day described as a date which will live in infamy?
"A date which will live in infamy" was a quote by President Franklin D Roosevelt on his address to Congress on December 8th, 1941 - he was of course referring to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii the day before. ...
Asked in Pearl Harbor, Franklin D. Roosevelt
Why did Franklin Roosevelt say a date which will live in infamy?
The date of the attack on Pearl Harbor was called "a date that will lived in infamy" by FDR. Always, war was declared before an attack was carried out. In this case the declaration was delayed by 5 hours for some reason. ...