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FC: Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941 By; Mojdeh Khoshnavaz | Pearl Harbor when it was hit.

1: TIMEline | 6:33 ANTARES Observed Navy Patrol plane circle and drop 2 smoke near object. 6:45 ANTARES Observed WARD commence firing for 2 minutes. Patrol plane appeared to drop bombs or depth charged object which disappeared. 7:00- 4 of the many planes departed for Pear harbor. 7:35- PATRON 21 Patwing 2 staff duty officer received and decoded message 14P-1 sank enemy submarine one mile off Pearl Harbor. 7:43- the Americans started to get the idea. 7:45-The planes were all ready and set to go. 7:54 A.m.- Japanese planes were flying over Pearl Harbor. 7:55 A.M- The planes hit Pearl Harbor with the bombs. 9:45 A.M- two more planes withdrew less than two hours after the attack had begun.

2: 1940- Commender of the combines fleet Admiral Yamamoto Isoroku scrapped the original plan. | November 16, 1941; Japanese submarines departed for Pearl Harbor and 10 days later the first Air fleet, commanded by Admiral Nagumo Chichi. | Summer of 1941, we (Japanese) people) decided to extort concessions in Indo-China but we were threatened to engulf Thailand.

3: September 6, 1041- Imperial conference set what amounted to a limit on diplomatic effect. | Beginning of 1941, tensions between us and US reached a breaking point. By July 1941; Advance in southeast Asia was approved by the Japanese Imperial Thailand. | November 22, 1041- we got our pilots and armies ready and our forces were gathered. December 7, 1941- Pearl Harbor happened at 7:55 A.M.

4: This article is about The war and the bombing of Japanese Planes. In this article it talked about the after shock and before feelings of the pilots before they made there move into Bombing Pearl Harbor.

5: This News article talked about the people in American who had a feeling about the War starting and how the Japanese were going to bomb Pearl harbor.

6: Dear Diary, One more week before we hit Pearl Harbor. I'm sitting here looking at the sky and its telling me this is a very stupid idea but I'm doing this for you Japan. I'm doing it for the country. I hope heaven waits for me. One hour and forty minutes after leaving the carriers I knew that we should be nearing our goal. Small openings in the thick cloud cover afforded occasional glimpses of the ocean, as I strained my eyes for the first sight of land. Suddenly a long white line of breaking surf appeared directly beneath my plane that was i to be flying. It was the northern shore of Oahu. if that even makes sense. anyways, this is probably the hardest thing i would ever have to do but you can thanks me later. No worries. I think myself while i write this letter, one more week before I'm eighter alive or dead from this experience. I think to myself is this a good idea or not? I'd hope so. It's funny how these Americans think there tough. Wait till we get back at them. I'm going to close this letter for later though. I'll write later. I love you Japan. Sincerely yours, Yamamoto

7: pitching in heavy seas during the 1930s. The Arizona's 14 inch main battery never fired against an enemy of the United States.

8: In this article Japan is talking about taking over The country and winning the rest of the fights after Pearl Harbor.

9: News paper written to inform us about the after shock of Pearl Harbor and how women took advantage of it.

10: December 7, 1941 Dear Diary, It's a nice sunny day outside. it 4 in the morning and terrifying voices are surrounded in the back of my head. I don't think I'm so much ready for this. i never intended to have suicidal thoughts in my life. ever. But, for my country i must do. It feels as if just a week ago i was with the family having dinner and saying my goodbye. Sometimes i wish i never started a family. I'm putting them through this. I'm sorry for it. We are prepared and in about 4 hours we are hitting pearl harbor. I'm not so sure I'm ready for this. Theres so much to do, but so little time. I wish i wrote a bucket list down before this mission. Guess that was a big failure. The planes are getting ready as i look outside my window. Someone is knocking at my door. Alright I'm back, So journal tell me this. tell me why i had to make this choice? It better be a good choice because I've never made such a terrifying decision. I just got the news that Roosevelt is not so much agreeing with this. I feel bad. im talking 350 different planes crashing at once. I could only imagine if that was my country happening to. Stress is taking over me. I want to see my daughter one last time. Hopefully i survive. right. who am i kidding? Maybe i should take a nap perhaps, not. So

11: much stress. all i can think about is backing up on this but i know cant and that i shouldn't. Alright journal, im done here. for whoever that reads this, remember im doing this for the country . for you guys. to be safe, happy and healthy. Keep in touch. ill be missing every single one of you. Make this history . IM MAKING THIS HISTORY. see you in heaven. lets hope. Sincerely, Yamamoto | Yamamoto Isoroku the morning before Pearl Harbor.

12: BE FREE, REMEMBER ME It's not that I'm scared, I'm Frustrated Change of plans every second oh how i hate it I see my country about to win I'm sorry for the after consequences That I'm sure to miss, To my family i love you remember me and that I'm always here for you thats why im doing this just for you for the country and my people don't think negative be positive this is for the best Think of this as my first word, and not my last I wonder how 350 planes can do so much World war II might just start Its a hassle its a must for this isn't the start and were not ending it Pearl harbor were here to hit Sad,curious,suicidal,emotional thought butterflies all over me, i cant fight I'm going to do this, for im proud of Japan,

13: Remember me as you father, your savior, your man. For today is history ill always look down put on a smile and delete the frown Take care of the country for i please My duty was to do , i must peace.

14: Uniforms_ Japanese were to wear the uniform on the left . Blue with not alot of badges and silver buttons. Uniform after Pearl Harbor was found by an American soldier. This Bell to the left is an artifact used to gather every soldier in the morning to plan out Pearl Harbor. It was also used right before Pearl Harbor was hit to inform them that it had happened.

15: In Spring 1941, before Pearl Harbor and Canada's declaration of war with Japan, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police finger-printed and registered all Japanese Canadians over the age of 16. They were required to carry identification cards until 1949. Second Picture is pictures and the Flag and medals collected after Pearl Harbor. The room to your right is the room where the bombs were made and the radars were set place in.

16: CItation Soderstrum. T. Jason, and Tucker, Spencer C. “Japanese Planning for and attack on Pearl Harbor: World War II.” United Statesd at War: Understanding Conflict and Society. ABC-CLIO, 2010. Web. 28 Apr.2010. . "Time Events." Discovery Collections. 13 May 2007. Web. . Forsctchen, William R. Pearl Harbor. New York: St.Martins, 2007. Print. Parkinson, Roger. 1973 Attack on Pearl Harbor/ Roger Parkinson G.P. Putnam's son, New York: 1973. Gingrich, Newt, and William R. Forsctchen. Days of Infamy. New York: Thomas Dunne /St. Martin's, 2008

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