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.
America's entry into WWII.
The attack brought the US to war. it had a bad ending using nuclear wepons.
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It united them.
The biggest impact of the Japanese sneak attack on Pearl Harbor (and on the Philippines) was that it caused the US to go to war against the Japanese. A minor impact of the attack was the loss of the US battleships either temporarily or permanently. This was good, as the battleships were not terrifically useful in WW II, but aircraft carriers were. The loss of the battleships turned the US war effort to building more carriers of varying sizes, which ultimately, along with the US submarines and crypto services, won the war.
AnswerHe was a prime minister of japan. he is the one who called for attack on pearl harbor. Following the Japanese surrender, he was hung as a war criminal.
Pearl Harbor was but one battle of many more to come.
Many on the immigrants was treated badly from the impact of the war. People thought that since they was Japanese that they was part of what happened in Pearl Harbor attacks.
they now had to enter the 2nd ww on Dec.7 1941
The attack fed a general mistrust toward Japanese (and Asians in general) and enabled the military to enforce the internment of Japanese and Japanese Americans during the war. In 1944, this was ruled to be unconstitutional, but many loyal Americans of Japanese descent were taken from their homes and spent three years or more in guarded desert camps.
Japan is a country without many resources. They need oil, iron, steel, and others. Almost all these were imported from the US. The US basically refused to trade, if the Japanese would not have bombed Pearl Harbor, the United States would probably never been involved in World War II
Japan was afraid that America would be able to use pear harbor as a force to take them out if the even tried to attack America.