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1 Happy FRIDAY! Homework: We will write down at end (depends on class) Homework: We will write down at end (depends on class) Clear your desk off NOW! Clear your desk off NOW! Day Plan -Update Notebook #7 US ENTERS WAR -Update Notebook #7 US ENTERS WAR -continue with note cards continue with note cards Embargo on Japan 21. Attack on Pearl Harbor 22. USS Arizona -read read 29.2

2 The U.S. Enters the War

3 Question What country was an aggressor nation in the Pacific (Asia)? What country was an aggressor nation in the Pacific (Asia)? ANSWER -Japan ANSWER -Japan

4 Question What country controlled islands in the Pacific such as Hawaii, Guam, and the Philippines? What country controlled islands in the Pacific such as Hawaii, Guam, and the Philippines? Answer - The United States Answer - The United States

5 How did the countries feel about each other? Japan saw the U.S. as a threat in the way of its conquests. Japan saw the U.S. as a threat in the way of its conquests. The U.S. was not pleased with Japanese imperialism. The U.S. was not pleased with Japanese imperialism.

6 Question What step did the U.S. take in 1941 to show Japan it did not approve of Japan’s aggression? What step did the U.S. take in 1941 to show Japan it did not approve of Japan’s aggression? Answer - The U.S. placed an embargo on Japan. This means they cut off trade. Answer - The U.S. placed an embargo on Japan. This means they cut off trade.

7 Question How was Japan affected by the embargo? How was Japan affected by the embargo? ANSWWER – ANSWWER – Japan was angered. Japan was angered. Japan lost a valuable trading partner and source of resources like iron and oil that it did not have. Japan lost a valuable trading partner and source of resources like iron and oil that it did not have.

8 Japan Attacks Anger over the embargo. Anger over the embargo. Increased need to take over lands to get resources. Increased need to take over lands to get resources. The U.S. remains the only threat in the Pacific. The U.S. remains the only threat in the Pacific. Japan decides to cripple the American forces with an attack even though the countries are not at war yet. Japan decides to cripple the American forces with an attack even though the countries are not at war yet. Pearl Harbor- Pearl Harbor- December 7, 1941.

9 Notes “A day that will live in infamy.” FDR “A day that will live in infamy.” FDR More than 3000 dead More than 3000 dead US declares war on December 8, 1941 US declares war on December 8, 1941

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