Causes Of Pearl Harbor Attack

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If the United States was warned of the attack and had a very good army, why did they lose against Japan?
Pearl Harbor was one of the biggest military bases of the United States, and it was destroyed by a beautifully planned and executed military maneuver, in the words of the Pacific Fleet commander Admiral Husband E. Kimmel. The Japanese army wasn´t as organized as the American one, it didn’t have the same weaponry that the one in Pearl Harbor, but they made it to beat the United States, which pushed them to react to the problem. The results of this attack were not causes of the bad weaponry, or of the bad defense, but of the great attack which Japan executed.

According to the webpage (Hanyok, 2015), the first step that the Japanese had

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