Rhetorical devices is used significantly through both text, Pearl Harbor Address to the Nation, and A Fable for Tomorrow. Both text use ethos, pathos, and logos, but in different forms, and techniques. Which affects the effectiveness of the tone, and feeling of each text. Pearl Harbor Address to the Nation, uses more ethos, facts and credibility. A Fable for Tomorrow, uses more pathos, appeals to emotion.
On 7:52 Japanese had launched a wave of fighter planes had invaded the Hawaiian island Oahu and had a successful surprise attack. This attack had killed many soldiers in Hawaii and many innocent people around the island. These planes had bombarded the Oahu island everywhere causing a riot and a successful assault. The American people were unprepared for the attack due to the new lieutenant who thought that the Japanese fighter planes were B17s were to arrive at the mainland and because of this the Americans had accidently shot down their own planes. Things had only gotten worse as the Japanese planes had gotten more and more closer to reaching their goal which was to bomb the Pearl Harbor and defeat America Fire and destruction was everywhere on Oahu as firefighters put out the fires and in process three of the firemen died and six of them had got injured.
An event on December 7th, 1941 changed the history of the United States forever, and it was all over by 9:55 a.m. Dale Gano, eyewitness to the attack, states, “Watching Pearl Harbor get destroyed and thousands of lives lost put most of us in a state of shock.” The people of Pearl City, home to over 47,000 today, were close enough to witness the attack on Pearl Harbor. The witness said that he saw sunken U.S. Navy ships on both sides of Ford Island burn furiously. Gano could not locate his wife until four months after the attack because of the chaos.
Everyone knows about Pearl Harbor, however, do people know why? Pearl Harbor was attacked by the Japanese on December 7th, 1941 at approximately 7:55 am. 361 Japanese planes attacked the American naval base in Hawaii. During this time, people around the world were witnessing the impacts of WWII. Japan had signed a pact to be allied with Germany and Italy.
“December 7, 1941,—a date which will live in infamy” said by president Franklin D. Roosevelt is referring to the bombing of pearl harbor. Pearl Harbor was bombed by Imperial Japan’s navel army who had destroyed the United State’s naval bases in two waves of attacks. The planes that came in the two waves were known as zero fighters because of the red dot with appeared to look like big zeros. The first wave was at 7:53am and the second wave was at 8:55am. It was all over by 9:55am leaving many dead and wounded.
Off of an island of Japan, many landing crafts wash ashore dropping the doors as seventy thousand United States Marines storm the beaches while being shot at by eighteen thousand Japanese soldiers. This is the battle of Iwo Jima which occurred on Feb 19, 1945 and ended on Mar 26, 1945. The island of Iwo Jima is like a paradise island with clear water and golden-white beaches, pretty trees of different kinds and of course a tall mountain called Mount Suribachi. Back in 1945, the trees were blown to ashes and the beaches were red along with the water as the soldiers tried to take cover.
The attack on pearl harbor was an terrorist attack because It was the deadliest attack on americans soil till 9/11. Also america cut off japan 's oil and japan didn 't like that, the government then planned an attack on pearl harbor. It was an surprise military strike by the japanes navy against united states. It reminds me of the 9/11 twin tower attack on America. These are both really bad attacks.
Who was to blame for Pearl Harbor? “December 7, 1941, a date which will live in infamy…. No matter how long it may take us to overcome this premeditated invasion, the American people, in their righteous might, will win though absolute victory.” President Franklin D. Roosevelt said this inspiring quote about the tragic event that occurred in Oahu, Hawaii. Many people have debated about who really was to blame for Pearl Harbor, could Roosevelt have done something to prevent it?
What do you know about Pearl Harbor…? Pearl Harbor was a devastation to Americans. lives were lost, ships and planes were damaged and destroyed. The Japan attacked Pearl to insure safety for japan. December 7, 1941 was the horrific day when the Japanese attacked Hawaii.
On December 7th of 1941, an attack on Pearl Harbor by the Japanese changed the course of history of the United States and the world. This attack on an American naval facility claimed a staggering 2,403 lives and wounded 1,178 others forcing the United States’ formal entrance into World War II. I was very fortunate to visit and participate in a South Washington County ISD 833 group band performance at this historic site, in honor of the 75th anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack. While visiting this monument, I learned about the significance of this International aggression on the American soil. This attack symbolized a threshold point for Americans from just offering support to the Europeans to becoming actively involved in the war.
December 7th, 1941 is a day changed the lives of all Americans. It is the day Japan deliberately attacked the U.S. naval base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii killing many U.S. soldiers and destroying a lot of the U.S. naval fleet. This day which turned the tide of World War II, up until this point the U.S. had not chosen to intervene in the conflict overseas, but Japan’s attack had given the U.S. a reason to enter the fight. This speech given by President Franklin D. Roosevelt on December 8th, 1941 was his own passionate plea to the U.S. government and people to support the U.S. entering the war and fighting back against the tyranny occurring overseas. President Franklin D. Roosevelt effectively appeals to the emotions of the U.S. population by establishing trust with his audience through the use of emotional diction, and repetition which allow him to rally support for the war effort.
The world seemed to be ending as the explosions tore the island into pieces. The reverberations echoed through the air at the Pearl Harbor like a never-ending roller coaster of chaotic sounds. The drops of destruction continued to fall, and though neither said a word, they were both terrified. After what seemed to be a lifetime, silence enveloped them as they crouched underneath the table in the shipyard mess hall. Bobby and Angela held each other tight, almost as if they believed their embrace would save them from the horror that lay outside.
"Yesterday, December 7, 1941 a date which we live in infamy" a famous quote said by Franklin D. Roosevelt if you are into history you know what I'm talking about on December, 7 1941 A surprise military strike organized by the Imperial of Japanese Navy against the U.S. in a Sunday morning a big disaster that happen in U.S. territory Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Let me explain fast what happen couuple of hundreds japanese fighter planes atacked the U.S. naval base the Japanese managed to destroy almost twenty naval vessels in here we include battle ships and normal ships, almost up to two hundred american airplanes, more than 2000 American Soliders and sailors died plus another 1000 wounded not including the civilians the people this disasster lasted