• Pearl Harbor

    Pearl Harbor
    On December 7, 1941 Pearl harbor was attacked. Almost 2,500 U.S. civilians and soldiers died. This was the first time America was attacked on their own soil.
  • Executive Order 9066

    Executive Order 9066
    The Executive Order 9066 allowed broad military officials to ban people and send them somewhere else. This was even more harsh on Japanese-Americans. This mostly pushed toward other ethnicities.
  • Solomon Islands

    Solomon Islands
    On August 8th, 1942 America attacked the Japanese on Solomon Island. America rose to victory. This started the overruling of America over Japan.
  • Douglas MacArthur

    Douglas MacArthur
    He was a WW2 Veteran. He famously returned to liberate the Philippines in 1944 after it had fallen to the Japanese. He died in 1964
  • Battle of Saipan

    Battle of Saipan
    This battle lasted from June 15, 1944 to July 9, 1944. About 23, 811 Japanese were killed while only 3,225 Americans were killed. The American rose to victory in this battle.
  • Libirating the Philippines

    Libirating the Philippines
    October 20, 1944 the Americans liberated the Philippines. Before this the Japanese had the Phillippines captured. Douglas MacArthur lead this attack.
  • Battle of Iwo Jima

    Battle of Iwo Jima
    A battle faught on the Island of Iwo Jima. Lasted from Feburary 16, 1945 to March 16, 1945. America won this battle against Japan.
  • Enola Gay

    Enola Gay
    This was the day that Enola Gay was given the orders to drop the first ever atomic bomb. It was planned to be dropped on Japan. This bomb killed over 80,000 Japanese.
  • 1st Atomic Bomb dropped on Japan

    1st Atomic Bomb dropped on Japan
    This Attack on Japan occured on August 6, 1945. It was the first ever Atomic Bomb dropped. It killed over 80,000 Japanese.
  • 2nd Atomic bomb was Dropped on Japan

    2nd Atomic bomb was Dropped on Japan
    Following August 6, 1945 another Atomic Bomb was dropped on Japan. The bomb was dropped on Nagasaki, Japan. It killed over 75,000 were killed.