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Who won the attack on Pearl Harbor?

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Answered 2010-10-18 02:38:31

The Battle of Pearl Harbour was a complete success for the attacking Japanese.
Although Japan didnt achieve all of their objectives, they were the victors on the Attack of Pearl Harbor.

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