Essay On Pearl Harbor Bombing

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The Bombing of
Pearl Harbor
The Bombing of Pearl Harbor was a devastating two hour air strike that shocked the Americans and people across the globe. On Sunday, Dec.7, 1941, morning, Japanese fighter planes shelled bombs on Pearl Harbor, blowing up United States’ naval vessels, fighter planes, and artillery. This heartbreaking incident occurred at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, also took the lives of thousands of civilians and soldiers. The primary reason behind this incident is that Japan wants to prevent the U.S. from entering the World War II by destroying its Pacific fleet. Japan attacked Pearl Harbor with over 100 fighter planes, they destroyed nearly 20 American Naval Vessels and over 300 airplanes in a disastrous two hour bombing. Moreover,
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On Sunday, Dec.7, 1941, morning, Japanese fighter planes shelled bombs on Pearl Harbor, blowing up United States’ naval vessels, fighter planes, and artillery. This heartbreaking incident occurred at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, also took the lives of thousands of civilians and soldiers. The primary reason behind this incident is that Japan wants to prevent the U.S. from entering the World War II by destroying its Pacific fleet. Japan attacked Pearl Harbor with over 100 fighter planes, they destroyed nearly 20 American Naval Vessels and over 300 airplanes in a disastrous two hour bombing. Moreover, during this attack, more than 2,000 American soldiers died, and another 1,000 were also wounded. Consequently, the first impact of this attack is that Pearl Harbor got severely damaged and all of U.S.A’s Pacific fleet was destroyed. The second effect was that the people who lived on this island lost their homes, lives, and their jobs. Lastly, the U.S. was not ready for a war because of its destroyed fleet. The Bombing of Pearl Harbor also affected the world by provoking the U.S to join WW2!!! The U.S which was already annoyed with the Axis Powers, joined the Allies, and fought hard, and lost some battles, nevertheless The Allies

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