The Attack On Pearl Harbor

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In History
  • Tripartite Pact

    Japan signed this document with Italy and German. The Pact provided for mutual assistance should any of the signatories suffer attack by any nation not already involved in the war.
  • President Roosevelt Taking Action

    President Roosevelt Taking Action
    He tried to help stop the Japenese expansion by placing embargo on important naval and aviation supplies to Japan. (Oil, rubber, iron ore, steel, and fuel)
  • Attack on Pearl Harbor

    First attack Tojo made on the United States was in Hawaii, had 6 aircraft carriers, 360 airplanes, an assortment of battleships, cruisers, and a number of submarines.
  • Responding to Call

    When America declared war there were more then 16 million Americans served in the military. With the attack some people doubted the war but finally came around.
  • General Douglas McAuther

    General Douglas McAuther
    He was the commander of the United States Army forces in Asia, he struggled to hold the U.S. position in the Philippines with little support.
  • The Bataan Death March

    The Bataan Death March
    U.S. surrender of the Bataan Peninsula on the main Philippine island of Luzon to the Japanese.Many prisoners of war had to march at this peninsula and died.
  • Doolittle Raid

    Doolittle Raid
    A nighttime bombing raid on Japan by the U.S. Successful American raid on Tokyo shocks the Japanese.
  • War Production Board

    To oversee the conversation of peacetime industry to war industry.
  • Japan Controls

    Japan dominated the Indian Ocean, Austrailia, New Zealand, and the Central Pacific. If the allies did not regroup quickly, they would have little hope of victory in the Pacific.
  • Woman's Army Corps

    Woman's Army Corps
    To provide clerical workers, truck drivers, instructors, and lab technicians for the United States Army.
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    Hideki Tojo

    Hideki Tojo becomes Japan's prime minister. He made the decision to take the first blow against the United States.