It followed a long chain of events that had filled many Japanese minds with resentment and hostility against the Western powers in general and the U.S. in particular. The first came in 1853 when U.S. Commodore Matthew Perry confronted Japan with a squadron of gunboats -- the "Black Ships" -- that eventually forced Japan to open its ports and accept unequal treaties. Japan deeply feared being colonized and was shocked by this gunboat diplomacy into rapid industrialization and a desire to join the club of imperial powers, including their feast on China and other weak, resource-rich territories. Japan modeled its rebirth after the Western mold, and joined with Western powers in suppressing the anticolonialist Boxer Rebellion in China in 1900. But the Western powers ultimately didn't want to grant what Japan felt it deserved. When Japan asked for a racial equality clause for the new League of Nations at the end of World War I, the white nations refused. In 1922, when the major powers established naval arms limits in the Pacific, Japan felt humiliated again by being compelled to settle for a ratio of forces set at 5 for the U.S., 5 for Britain and 3 for Japan. Fanning further resentment in Japan was a series of racist laws in the U.S. enforcing segregation and barring Japanese (and often Chinese) from citizenship, land ownership and Immigration. Seeking to build its own empire, Japan started spreading its colonial muscle and bases abroad, only to meet resistance from rival Western powers. The U.S. engaged in hostile acts aimed at Japan before Pearl Harbor. Under a covert U.S. government operation, American pilots were being trained in China to fight the Japanese as "volunteers," but of far greater impact were the American embargoes on oil, steel and other vital products in 1940 and 1941 that, coupled with a freeze on Japanese assets, were choking Japan. America's sanctions against Japan were prompted not only by a desire to evict Japan from China and release Japan's grip on the vital raw materials of Southeast Asia. Americans were horrified also at the large-scale atrocities inflicted on Chinese citizens by the Japanese Imperial Army. So it was a chain of events, it wasn't just Japan deciding to bomb Pearl Harbor out of the blue. Pearl Harbor wasn't just sitting there minding it's own business, things happened to piss off Japan and they felt the need to send us a message.
The United States got angry with Germany because of its dictatorship that was spearheaded by Hitler.
it was a telegraph telling Mexico to enter the war and that if they won then they would be able to get part of the united states and it got the united states angry and they entered the war!
Because, they were nuked. Before, that they wanted to have colonies in the West similar to how the British and the United States had colonies in the East. Prior to Pearl Harbor, the US had sided with China diplomatically in the Sino-Japanese war, and had cut off Japan's American oil supply.
Japan wanted to attack Pearl Harbor for two reasons 1. They were angry at the United states for stopping trade with them in 1941, the same year they bombed the Harbor 2. They wanted to expand their country, become what the roman empire was.
It was because there was an even amount of slave states and non-slave states and if Texas would be come part of the United States there would be an odd amount of slave and non-slave states and the US thought that would make the Northerner's angry.
Israel took land from Palestine. The US helped Israel do that by supplying weapons.
japan was angry because they
They felt like they shouldn't have to pay laws to a country that wasn't directly in the United States governing them.
In the United States, there are 12 members of a jury. In this particular film, they argued a lot while deliberating.
angry birds was invented in Spain or Japan.Probably the angry birds computer games were invented somewhere in Japan and the angry birds iphone games were invented in Spain.
Because it was an undeclared war.
No. One of the things that left so many Americans angry was that the attack on Pearl Harbor was "out of the blue" and unprovoked.
Most all of them. Some are angry with Canada for their support of the United States in various hot spots around the world.
The Native Americans were angry about the Treaty of Greenville because the United States demanded their lands.
The US was angry due to the German blockade of Britain because of frequent commercial shipping from the US to Britain.
on December 7, 1941, a 'date the united states of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked by naval and air forces of the empire of japan. they attacked on pearl harbor suddenly, on this day many peoples died and they face big loss. by the first attack on pearl harbor the people get angry and they want revenge from japan. their target is to destroy everything.
You should not drive while angry or upset.
During World War II, there were two sides. The Allie Powers and the Axis Powers. The main countries who fought on the Allies' side were Poland, China, Russia, Great Britain, France, and the United States. The main countries who fought on the Axis side were Germany, Italy, and Japan. The U.S. was neutral until Japan invaded China, which made the U.S. angry. The U.S. then cut off Japan's oil supply, which made Japan angry. Japan then attacked Pearl Harbor, the major naval base for the U.S. The U.S. then declared war on Japan (Axis Powers) and joined the Allie Powers. Overall, the U.S. got itself involved in the war.
No, because it brought an end to the war.
Seeing as you live in the Southern United States, you're free to do whatever you wish. This includes dating your friend's ex, although they may become slightly angry.
1941, following the surprise attack by the Japanese on pearl harbour. The Japanese attacked as they were angry at America for not continuing to supply them with metal and cotton.
When donkey kong dies, because japan is ruled by the angry donkey kong who eats all of japan banana's thats why they like apples and penis
If you are asking why Japan declared war against the United States, it is because of America's stance on China. In 1937, Japan invaded China and began pillaging the country. Since they were a United States ally, Roosevelt demanded that Japan withdraw. When the Japanese refused, America stopped selling Japan oil and scrap metal, which they relied upon for their military campaigns. And staged a Naval embargo. Subsequently, the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor in the hopes of securing the Pacific Ocean for a period of 6-months, hoping to scare America into leaving them alone after that. They also bombed Darwin, Australia. Japan was, and still is, quite overpopulated, and they had aim towards Australia - apparently underpopulated. Their propaganda phrase was "The great Asia Sphere of Co-prosperity". For their sweep through SE Asia was to capture the rubber and oil in Burma (Myanmar). If you are asking why Japan was angry at U.S. during the war, then the answer is fairly obvious. In addition to massive amounts of propaganda and the fact that U.S. troops were killing Japanese soldiers on a daily basis, the United States Air Force also burned down nearly every city in Japan via firebombing. The firebombing of Tokyo actually killed more people than Hiroshima and Nagasaki combined.
When the Jews farted on their sushi they got angry and blew them up.