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Ninety minutes after it began, the attack was over. ... She was targeted by many Japanese bombers as she got under way and ... (the largest vessels present), they did not ignore other targets.


Dec 11, 2001 ... But why did Japan, with a 10th of our industrial power, launch a sneak attack on the U.S. fleet at Pearl Harbor, an act of state terror that must ...


Why did the Japanese attack Pearl Harbor when they knew they couldn't take on America .... NOTE: the Japanese did not believe for a SECOND that the US was ...


On December 7, 1941, Japan launches a surprise attack on American soil at Pearl Harbor. Contents ... The attack on Pearl Harbor was a surprise, but Japan and the United States had been edging toward war for decades. ... Did You Know ?


The Japanese managed to damage almost 20 U.S. naval vessels, of which 8 large battle ships, 200 airplains and killing over 2,000 American, but why did the  ...


Nov 18, 2015 ... Military leaders and politicians saw a war between the U.S. and Japan as inevitable, with the solution being to attack first. Japan did just that.


Oct 31, 2016 ... They included Southeast Asia (which they conquered), China, and India (Japan came fairly close). They did attack American possessions on ...

Feb 24, 2014 ... Dr. Byrd explains why Japan decided to declare war on The United States on December 7, 1941.


May 1, 2006 ... Ask him what the United States did to provoke the Japanese, and he will probably say that the Americans did nothing: we were just minding our ...