The After Math of Pearl Harbour

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Discipline:
Social Studies
Subject:
World War II
Grade:
9

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The After Math of Pearl Harbour

The After Math

Of Pearl Harbor

President Franklin gave the speech “The Date Which Will Live In Infamy.” His speech was for American’s to confirm or make believe that we didn’t do anything wrong to cause the attack of Pearl Harbor. It was also for us to push past the problem.

The attack nearly destroyed 20 naval vessels, 8 battleships and about 200 airplanes. Also more than 2,000 men died and over 1,000 men were wounded.

Dec 7, 1941

Germany and Italy declared war on the United States. This made congress debate whether to stay neutral or to join their allies in war. Well the attack at Pearl Harbor basically decided that it was best to join the World War 2.

The isolationist and the intervetionist put their political differences aside and became one big group agreeing on joining the war

The Pearl Harbor attack was just a taste of what was yet to come throughout World War II.

Dec 8, 1941

History

Dec 11, 1941

Dec 7-8, 1941

Conclusion


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