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    naval base on Pearl Harbor. This was considered America’s ticket of entry into World War Two. A personal attack from Japan was the worst thing that could have happened to Japanese Americans. As Roger Daniels stated, “If the attack on Pearl Harbor came as a devastating shock to most Americans, for those of Japanese ancestry it was like a nightmare come true.” All of pre-existing racism

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    were shocked at the horrific devastation of the Pearl Harbor attack from the Japanese. Because of the bombing in Hawaii, 2,600 citizens were killed ,8 naval ships were destroyed, and more than 100 planes were brought down without a warning. This incident had urged both men and women to put a foot in the door and join the war effort of World War II. When war had begun with the other countries The U.S. wished to remain neutral however Pearl Harbor had a devastating impact that we pursued the fight against

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    The McCallum family has gotten notice that Hank who was in the Navy is Theo’s older Brother died in the sinking of Yorktown which was a battleship and Theo which is Hank’s younger brother who is also in the Air Force is coming home for vacation.The Brothers a were in two different branches of the military because if they were in a battle and they were on the same battleship and it blew up the would both die so their father made them join different branches so he didn't have to risk both his sons

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    our side, avoiding to give us privacy. - A couple years ago, along with my brother Toku I was relocated into this new “home”. We were forced out of our home at the time of the Pearl Harbor attack. Ever since, we that come from a Japanese heritage are considered enemies. Being sent to an internment camp changed my life drastically. Throughout my times at

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    "Yesterday, December 7th, 1941 - a date which will live in infamy - the United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked by naval and air forces of the Empire of Japan." The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbour US naval base left the nation reeling in shock. For the past 3 years and even before, the United States had succeeded in keeping out of the war in Europe and the Pacific. Then, all of a sudden, the country was in the throes of a second world war, one that had scarred many nations

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    World War two and war crimes, the two go hand in hand, from the Laha Airfield Massacre to the Death Railway from the Japanese to the forced labor and death camps of the Nazis. The latter is all we ever we here about. This is not everything that happened that was a war crime, you have the United States of America imprisoning Japanese-Americans in internment camps. Then we have the Japanese, they committed more war crimes but to less people that is maybe why we don’t hear about them. I the “Gesture

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    “Knowing how the men in the water died is not the same thing as knowing why they died.” In the book Left for Dead, 880 men died during the sinking of the U.S.S Indianapolis. There are many reasons why this ship went down and these sailors died, but the two main reasons are: they did not have an escort or sonar technology and the ship was rushed into service. The sinking of the Indy was a tragedy, but could it have been stopped? The Indianapolis was an older ship that was not equipped with sonar,

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    Background on Kamikazes: During World War II, hundreds of thousands of Japanese pilots made the ultimate sacrifice for Japan by becoming kamikaze pilots. Kamikazes were suicide attacks by Japanese aviators against the allies. These attacks were focused towards taking down naval vessels and only started to happen at the end of the war. Before kamikaze pilots were an official unit, pilots would deliberately crash into their target if their plane had been severely damaged and they knew they had no

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    History has taught us that Pearl Harbor was a cold-blooded attack from out of the blue, but that event, as President Franklin D. Roosevelt put it, “a date that will live in infamy,” was predicted and expected by the U.S. Ambassador Japan as well as other several different times within a span of a few years preceding the attack. Shortly after Japan’s invasion into China, the United States buffed up the military and began putting into place a series of trade restrictions against the Japanese Empire

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    1941. This “strictly secret” message issued instructions to report gridded locations and detailed information on all ships in the waters of Pearl Harbor. The message was translated in Washington on October 9 by Colonel Rufus C. Bratton who found it significant as no previous Japanese intercepts requested or reported gridded positions of ships in the harbor. Bratton shared the message with his chief, General Miles, who interpreted the evidence through the confirmation bias lens and failed to analyze

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