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Matthew Zabinsky Professor Jacob Cohen Idea of Conspiracy in American Culture Final Paper: Question 4 May 9, 2007 The Advanced-Knowledge Debate of Pearl Harbor: Did We or Didn’t We? On December 7th, 1941, at approximately eight o’clock in the morning Hawaiian Standard Time, 184 Japanese warplanes ruined a nondescript Sunday morning on the island of Oahu in the recently annexed American territory of Hawaii. The first attack wave, composed of 141 bomber planes and 43 fighter jets, reached the U.S. Pacific Fleet stationed at Oahu’s Pearl Harbor naval base completely uncontested. Although naval forces at Pearl Harbor had recently been strengthened by direct order of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the base was
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Did other Allied countries know of the attack? This paper will also provide a brief summary of the events of the attack on Pearl Harbor. In Robert B. Stinnett's book, Day of deceit: the truth about FDR and Pearl Harbor, on 7 October 1940, Lieutenant Commander Arthur H. McCollum, head of the Far East operations in the Office of Naval Intelligence, wrote the eight-action memo
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