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There are three bookmarks on favorite places. Use these bookmarks to answer the following questions.
Japan’s attack started a war. Eventually, Japan fled and we were victorious. Japan bombed us from planes and it was a surprise attack.
Japan bombed us in December 7, 1941. Yesterday it was 68 years ago from 2009. Many people died from Japan’s surprise attack.
At Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Pearl Harbor has very shallow water that even a boat can stop there. Are we safe because of the shallow water?
Japan bombed us. They did an aerial attack. It was a surprise attack. We were definitely not expecting it. We had a years warning. Japan practiced so much they almost won.
Why? Start by explaining Japanese isolation. Japan is an island. It is very far away. Japan had no natural resources so they couldn’t make stuff in a factory.
Why? Explain Japanese modernization. Why did they modernize? They had to modernize because
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PEARL HARBOR There are three bookmarks on favorite places. Use these bookmarks to answer the following questions.
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