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Japan attacked Pearl Harbor to destroy the US Naval Fleet in the pacific. One of the main targets were the Aircraft Carrierswhich were not in Pearl Harbor at the time of the attack.

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Q: Why did the attack of Pearl Harbor have less of an impact than the Japanese had planned?
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