Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto's Attack On Pearl Harbor

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On 7 December 1941 Japanese naval forces attacked the main base of the U.S. Pacific Fleet - Pearl Harbor in Hawaii, which involve the U.S. in World War II. The attack is surprising, since the same time in Washington is negotiating to establish a lasting peace in the Pacific. As a result, the attack killed 2,403 military and 68 civilians, 12 warships were sunk or seriously damaged, 188 aircraft were destroyed and 155 damaged. The attack was planned by Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto and conducted by Vice Admiral Nagumo Chuichi the home of the Japanese Pacific campaign. The attack was successful, as the Japanese Navy was able to reach almost to Pearl Harbor without being noticed by the Americans. The reason it shows stop oil supplies to Japan from the…show more content…
battleships. Killed 3,500 U.S. sailors, pilots, ground service personnel, civilians. But it is still only one battle. The real result of the attack on Pearl Harbor is the most powerful in the industrial and technological country entered the war against the Axis. Japanese Navy Commander Admiral Yamamoto mumble that day "This is the beginning of the end. Woke up the sleeping giant." And he was a true prophet. Untouchable American industry began to spew huge amounts planes, tanks, ships and all kinds of weapons. There is a huge American army that will soon unfold in the Pacific Islands, Africa and Europe. There's allies Britain and the USSR. Neither Germany nor Japan, not to mention Italy, can resist this powerful industry. The same day, early in the snowy plains to Moscow dozen German company commanders, making their way to Moscow in battle with ill-armed and untrained troops of the local militia, reported to his divisional commanders that their binoculars see the towers of the Kremlin. They did report directly to Hitler, who ordered given to the elite Nazi Berlin concert tickets victory at the Bolshoi Theatre. It should be made next…show more content…
Indeed, on December 6th Tokyo began sending parts long note to the Ambassador in Washington, charged that U.S. violations of neutrality. Abundantly clear was that the note with such content will end with saying that Japan declared war on the United States. The contents of telegrams delivered immediately to the White House, would make even the most obtuse head of state in the world to pick up Pearl Harbor and the entire West Coast of the U.S. on alert № 1. Roosevelt did not do anything. Ships are left as live targets, bound to each other on the pier, sailors piled on deck for morning flag raising. In holidays are thousands of sailors and airmen led by Commander itself U.S. Navy Admiral Chester Nimitz. At the moment the ships in the Pacific died under the Japanese bombs and torpedoes, he played golf in his

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