The Bombing Of Pearl Harbor Analysis
The bombing of Pearl Harbor was actually a preemptive measure to stop any United States involvement in Japanese affairs. Furthermore, in G. Kurt Piehler and Sidney Pash’s article, “The United States and the Second World War: New Perspectives on Diplomacy, War and the Home Front”, the traditional view of Pearl Harbor of being a terroristic attack is put to rest, and instead focuses on the relationship the United States held with Japan prior to the attack.
Contrary to what is mentioned in the traditional …show more content…
It would make for good propaganda for citizen morale and encourage political adversaries to switch their mindset and help the United States join the war. Exaggeration is the key reason for why the United States entered the war and why Pearl Harbor is known as the day America’s freedom was “attacked” despite nudging Japan too