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.
Japan won the Battle of Pearl Harbor.
The battle of Pearl Harbor took place in Pearl Harbor.
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.
pearl harbor was not really a battle is was more of an attack by the Japanese on the naval fleets that were stationed in pearl harbor.
The United States won the war by bombing Japan after Pearl Harbor.
The attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. The "Battle of Pearl Harbor."
Elimination of the US Battle Fleet stationed at Pearl Harbor.
The Japanese were victorious at Pearl Harbor. The loss of a few planes was minimal to the devastation of the air fields and naval vessels. While the US lost the battle, the Japanese failed to destroy the fleet.
The Japanese won the attack on Pearl Harbor but in the end they should not have bit the sleeping dragon's tail.
Well, they really didn't win anything, you could argue however they won pearl harbor
start of the pearl harbor attacki my is Dennis i think the attack on pearl harbor was caused by the us not doing trade with japan.
because the japenesecame to pearl harbor and bomb many American ships.
The elimination of the US Navy Battle Fleet stationed at Pearl Harbor.
Won the war.
The Japanese bombed pearl harbor because they thought that the time was perfect to attack. So they did.
Eliminate the US Battle Fleet at Pearl Harbor with ONE swift stroke.
No, it was not......
Japan did the attacking.
They didn't. Japanese won.
In the end, the Japanese
the battle was the start of world war 2
The United States won the strategic Battle at Pearl Harbor. Japan had a tactical victory, but because it was a sneak attack, the US gained a resolve to fight back. However it definitely was not easy. With a lot of courage and determination, the United States never gave up. They continued to win their victory and actually achieved it.
The first real battle of the Pacific after Pearl Harbor assuming that Wake Island and the Philipines and others do not count because it was unprovoked was Tarawa.