When did America attack Japan?
The only time America attacked Japan is defending Pearl Harbour
Why did the attack on Pearl Harbor affect America and how did it get so out of control and how did it start in the first place?
How did the attack on.pearl.harbor cause te United States to abandon its neutral position on the war between the allies and axis Powers?
Japan attacked Pearl Harbour in the hope of disabling the American naval fleet, and prevent America from being strong enough to attack Japan from the west. Unfortunately for the Japanese, the American aircraft carrier fleet was at sea at the time of the attack. Also, as the Japanese were eventually to discover, attacking America simply awoke a gigantic sleeping tiger that turned on them.
I'm not siding with anyone here. But it was pretty messed up that Japan bombed us. Then again you have to think why did they bomb us? Well because we banned exports to Japan which is needed to survive, Japan practically didn't have any resources. The fact that we banned exports to Japan is a conflict (it is for Japan). Not only was that a conflict but, the attack by Japan was cruel and made…