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1 A Date Which Will Live In Infamy Pearl Harbor Janelle Kinney

2 Who/What/When Who: The Japanese Who: The Japanese What: Attacked the United States What: Attacked the United States Where: Pear Harbor in Hawaii (1) Where: Pear Harbor in Hawaii (1)

3 When/Why/How When: December 7, 1941 When: December 7, 1941 Why: The Japanese was hoping by attacking Hawaii it would take America awhile to respond, with that being said Japan was able to freely access the materials they needed. Why: The Japanese was hoping by attacking Hawaii it would take America awhile to respond, with that being said Japan was able to freely access the materials they needed. How: They used 6 aircraft carriers, 360 airplanes, and assortments of battleships and submarines. (1) How: They used 6 aircraft carriers, 360 airplanes, and assortments of battleships and submarines. (1)

4 Significance to the War The attack on Pearl Harbor was a turning point to the war. America was now in the game. (2)

5 REMEMBER PEARL HARBOR

6 More Facts Japanese damaged 188 aircrafts, eight navy battle ships, three cruisers, three destroyers, and one minelayer. Japanese damaged 188 aircrafts, eight navy battle ships, three cruisers, three destroyers, and one minelayer. Over 2,000 people were killed Over 2,000 people were killed The Japanese declared war on the United States before the attack. (3) The Japanese declared war on the United States before the attack. (3)

7 Overview On December 7, 1941 Japan attacked the united states at pearl harbor. Japan was able to access materials freely, while America was taking a while to respond to their attack. Japan got what they wanted. (2)

8 Quiz 1) What was Japans reasoning for attacking the United States? 2) Why was the attack at Pearl Harbor so significant? 3) What did the Japanese use to attack the United States?

9 Picture Credits ahoy.tk-jk.net/macslog/PearlHarborPhotosfound... ahoy.tk-jk.net/macslog/PearlHarborPhotosfound... ahoy.tk-jk.net/macslog/PearlHarborPhotosfound blondechampagne.wordpress.com/2009/12/07/2176/ blondechampagne.wordpress.com/2009/12/07/2176/ blondechampagne.wordpress.com/2009/12/07/2176/ pluribusunum.net/?p=44 pluribusunum.net/?p=44 pluribusunum.net/?p= maryt.wordpress.com/.../05/thursday-thirteen-6/ maryt.wordpress.com/.../05/thursday-thirteen-6/ maryt.wordpress.com/.../05/thursday-thirteen-6/

10 Works Cited Page (MLA Citations) 1) Allen,Thomas B. Remember Pearl Harbor. Washington: National Geographic Society,2001.Print. 2) Lapanski-Werner, Peter B. Levey, Randy Roberts, and Alan Taylor. United States History: Reconstruction to the Present. Boston: Prentice Hall, Print 3) Reade, Candis. Facts on Pearl Harbor. EzineArticles.com.http://ezinearticles.com/?Facts- on-Pearl-Harbor&id= March 28,2010 3) Reade, Candis. Facts on Pearl Harbor. EzineArticles.com.http://ezinearticles.com/?Facts- on-Pearl-Harbor&id= March 28,2010


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