Why did the Japanese attack Pearl Harbor?
The Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor because they wanted to
control the Pacific Ocean.
The Japanese purpose was to destroy Pearl Harbor to make the Americans force less, useless and purposeless. The outcome resulted in the opposite.
So that US would surrender and not fight back in WW2.
Essentially, the Japanese attack the US Navy at Pearl Harbor so that the United States would not be able to interfere with Japan's expansion in the Pacific. While the attack slowed the US response, it did not prevent intervention.
The Japanese bombed Pearl Harbour in the hope of destroying the
American fleet, and prevent America from interfering in the
Japanese invasion in Asia. Instead, it brought America directly
into the conflict. Though many ships were damaged or sunk, with a
huge loss of life, the aircraft carriers were at sea and
Answer Pearl Harbor is a military base the Japanese attacked in Hawaii. Pearl Harbor was located in the "US Territory of Hawaii." Hawaii and Alaska were NOT states back then. Answer The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on the morning of December 7, 1941. Pearl Harbor is a harbor on the island of Oahu, Hawaii.
Yes. The attack on pearl harbor was a military surprise attack, to distract the US and give the Japanese some time to fight Malaysia. My opinion is this: We Leaked info to the Japanese of the fleet in pearl harbor so that the American people would stand by the decision to try the newly invented hydrogen bomb period!