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2011-04-05 09:05:15
2011-04-05 09:05:15

The Japanese Prime Minister at the time of the attack on Pearl Harbour was General Hideki Tojo and the Emperor was Hirohito.

The American President at this time was Franklin D. Roosevelt.


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