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The Bombing of Pearl Harbor. Basic Info. Who: Japanese What: Bomb U.S. naval base When: Dec. 7, 1941 Where: Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Why?. U.S. oil embargo Give Japan time to expand into SE Asia Japan felt U.S. would be in war eventually. How?. Fleet sails through N. Pacific

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basic info
Basic Info
  • Who: Japanese
  • What: Bomb U.S. naval base
  • When: Dec. 7, 1941
  • Where: Pearl Harbor, Hawaii
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Why?
  • U.S. oil embargo
  • Give Japan time to expand into SE Asia
  • Japan felt U.S. would be in war eventually
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How?
  • Fleet sails through N. Pacific
  • Sunday morning
  • 2 waves of planes
  • Attack airfields first
  • Battleship row
results
Results
  • 2,403 deaths
  • 1,178 wounded
  • 13 ships damaged
  • 8 ships sunk
  • More than 300 planes destroyed or damaged
u s reaction
U.S. Reaction
  • Anger—Surprise attack; not negotiating in good faith
  • Declaration of War
  • How could this happen?
how did this happen
How did this happen?
  • Feeling of invincibility
  • Bunching planes
  • Radar
  • Japanese mini-sub
  • Miscommunication