Differences And Similarities Between Pearl Harbor And 9-11

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Pearl Harbor, a day that is still remembered but not like any other. December 7th, 1941 at 8 A.M is when the U.S was surprise attacked by the Japanese (Pearl Harbor). Pearl Harbor was a navy base in Honolulu, Hawaii and during this attack more than more than 2,400 americans had died and 1,000 were wounded (Pearl Harbor). The reason that Japan attacked was to destroy our navy vessels and our president, Franklin D. Roosevelt, then declared war on Japan.

9-11, the day we remember the most and try everyday to still come back from. September 11th, 2001 terrorist hijacked flying planes and crashed them into designated areas around the U.S. At 8:45 A.M, the first terrorist plane hit into the north trade center, and 18 minutes later the second one hit into the south building of the world trade center (9-11 Attacks). The third plane crashed into the pentagon and the fourth one landed in a field in Pennsylvania, all killing a total of 2,996 people (9-11 Attacks). But what are the similarities and differences of Pearl Harbor and 9-11. …show more content…

Both Pearl Harbor and 9-11 were devastating times for america and killing quite some population of america in 1941 and 2001. To go further, 9-11 had a flying attack along with in Pearl Harbor, even though this is not a good thing to recognize but both had the same kind of tactic, which was using planes. To show, there are not a lot of similarities of the two but there are some. But there are more differences to

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