He “...did not believe that D-Day was the real Ameri... ... middle of paper ... ...erves and most of their officers were away at the time. When news had struck that there was an invasion, it was too late and they lost the battle in spite of having many advance technology. This affected upcoming battles because they were force to change their tactics since the Allied forces kept liberating countries. They kept pushing German borders which led to the downfall. Also, the response of D-Day contributed to their loss because many German officers were concerned about the war and affected their confidence.
Once again, their cover was blown. The 3rd Marine Division was warned about their tactic at an early stage. They took the warning and carefully proceeded in. It was still a battle that was pretty tough to fight. It was raining most of the time, and the ground was wet, soggy, and uncomfortable to be in.
The soldiers of that era faced a lot of hardships like severe cold weather, lack of food, lighting struck, deadly diseases, and dirty water. Also, they lacked sufficient clean clothes. Most of them were discouraged and felt like giving up on several occasions. Moreover, the soldiers were confused and frustrated due to shortage of ammunition. During the revolutionary war, soldiers missed home food at the thought of home.
One moment of take things too lackadaisical and a soldier could be dead; it is not mentally healthy to spend a life always worrying. Not only did the jungle provide the ability for hidden traps but it also gave the ability for hidden enemies. “Humans are out there watching you, they know where you’re going before you even get there.” (Roleff 79). Obviously this put american troops at a ... ... middle of paper ... ...urate. This resulted in a large number of innocent civilians suffering serious harm” (thevietnamwar.info) The war was looking every day more like a draw and maybe even a loss.
The equipment was also very bad. ANZAC troops would make homemade bombs and use them as grenades due to lack of equipment and ammo. The allied tactics were also very bad, they would always shell the trenches and then attack so there was no element of surprise. Also they used stupid tactics which were to send men over no mans land knowing that there was hardly a chance that they would make it and even if they did it would be maybe one or two men against 100. This is also a sign of the ill thought out plan and also lack of supplies.
The Japanese had to move their defensive lines several time because the Americans were boxing them in. At las,t General Ushijima ordered everyman to fight till the death and the fighting became very disorganized. On June 21, all the loss ends were tied up. America had won Okinawa. Okinawa was needed by the Allies in order to attack mainland Japan.
During World War II, The Japanese-Americans were withheld from their rights and were forced to leave their homes and relocate to internment camps. During this time, America did not uphold their responsibilities, as the Japanese-Americans were not treated equally. On the day of the attack, Japan succeeded with their plan of “surprise.” The United States had “ no defenses and many of their guns were not loaded” (Keegan 255). Although they saw many aircrafts approaching through the radar that was installed at the harbor, the Americans thought nothing of it (Keegan 254). Because of the unexpected Japanese move, the United States suffered greatly on December 7, 1941; Japan successfully sank and damaged 18 US ships, 8 battleships, and 180 planes.
1. Analysis The overall situation is that the company is being hit with a DOS attack. They are not prepared so it leaves everyone to run around panicking. The procedures are out of date so if the new night shift employee had looked at them he still would have been lost. The third party security company is not detecting this attack so they never stepped in.
A meeting was even scheduled to discuss the matter, but unfortunately, the target of the attack was unknown, and no one at Pearl Harbor was notified to be on alert. Although there was not much solid information about Japanese plans, intelligence officers in Washington did have many indications of Japanese moves. For certain security reasons, the officers in Washington failed to share that information with intelligence officers in Pearl Harbor. The story of the attack on Pearl Harbor has become an important part of American history. For much of the population, the assault was a shock, as very few Americans knew about the foreign relations in Japan.
It put a large amount of stress and worry on the Japanese, who were only allowed to bring what they could carry, which was obviously not much. The Japanese were forced to get rid of any businesses and homes that they owned before being relocated. These camps that the Japanese were forced to live in were very similar to the concen... ... middle of paper ... ...overnment and the Japanese American citizens. It was not until 1993, however, that the official apology from the White House was written and signed. It is said that the main reasons for the imprisonment of these oriental citizens were the bombing of Pearl Harbor, the fear for “national security”, and in the end it resulted in a case of “mass hysteria”(jarda.edu).