Remembering Pearl Harbor

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Remembering Pearl Harbor

Remembering Pear Harbor

Islands of Hawaii, near oahu, The Japanese attack force under the command of Admiral Nagumo, consisting of six carriers with 423, planes were about to attack

President Frankln Rosevelt makes a final appeal to the Emperor of Japan for peace and there was no reply. Later that same day, the U.S. sent a Japanses Message. The U.S. belives that the Japanese were planning to attack the Southeast Asia

Saturday, Decemeber 6, 1941

The United States and Britain declare war on Japan with President Roosevelt calling December 7, "a date which will live in infamy..."

Germany and Italy declare war on the United States. The European and Southeast Asian wars have now become a global conflict with the Axis powers; Japan, Germany and Italy, united against America, Britain, France, and their Allies.

Admiral Chester W. Nimitz becomes the new commander of the U.S. Pacific Fleet. Both senior commanders at Pearl Harbor; Navy Admiral Husband E. Kimmel, and Army Lt. General Walter C. Short, were relieved of their duties following the attack. Subsequent investigations will fault the men for failing to adopt adequate defense measures.

Sunday December 7, 1941

History

Monday, Decemeber 8, 1941

Thursday, December 11, 1941

WednesdayDecember 17, 1941

Pearl Harbor - At 7:02 a.m., two Army operators at Oahu's northern shore radar station detect the Japanese air attack approaching and contact a junior officer who disregards their reports, thinking they are American B-17 planes which are expected in from the U.S. west coast.Near Oahu - At 7:15 a.m., a second attack wave of 167 planes takes off from the Japanese carriers and heads for Pearl Harbor.

Remembering Pearl Harbor


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