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The Bombing of Pearl Harbor

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FC: The Bombing of Pearl Harbor | By: Nicole Czempinski

1: The Reason I chose this topic was because I wanted to learn more about the bombing of Pearl Harbor. I already know that it was against the Japanese and the Americans. vs.

2: I already know that it was against the Japanese and the Americans. I got my information from books and the Internet. vs.

3: My first question was , who were some main people like generals in the war? | The answer that i got was the Japanese had the Admiral Isorku Yamamoto, Army General Hideki Tojo and they had Commander Mitsuo Fuchida. the Americans had President Roosevelt.

4: My second question was how much damage was done to the Pearl Harbor? | The answer I got was that it brought Americans to World War 2. It also destroyed many American Pacific Fleets. The battleship Arizona was wrecked the West Virgina And the California were sunk, and the Nevada was heavily damaged. 18 U.S. ships were damaged, and more than 200 aircrafts were damaged.

5: My third question was what was the reason the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor? | The answer i got was because Pearl Harbor was a major base of the Navy's Pacific Fleet and because Pearl Harbor was so close to Japan they decided to attack them first.

6: The Conclusion I have came to is that many people died because the Japanese had attacked the Americans and destroyed almost everything they have.

7: I learned that Pearl Harbor was a major military base that completely destroyed. I also learned that so many hearts were destroyed and love ones died.

8: Bibliography

9: Mogower, Tom. The Attack of Pearl Harbor Cornerstones of Freedom. Children's Press. Print Allen, Thomas B. RemeberPearl Harbor American and Japanese Survivors Tell. National Geographic Press, 2001.Print The World Encyclopedia. 15. The World Encyclopedia, Print Bachrach, Deborah. Pearl Harbor Great Mysteries. Greenhaven Press Inc. Print. Synder, Louis L. "Pearl Harbor." grolier.com. Multimedia Encyclopedia, 2010. Web. 4 Feb. 2010. "Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor." America the Beautiful.com. Grolier Online, 2010. Web. 3 Feb, 2010.

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