Pearl Harbor Economic Analysis

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In 1928, The Kellogg-Briand Pact was signed and then many other reforms came into place. These countries involved in these many acts were Britain, Japan, Italy, and Germany. The U.S wanted to stay neutral during the war but couldn’t after Japan attacked Pearl harbor. But we are here to discuss the events leading up to Pearl Harbor. So, The events leading up to Pearl Harbor affected the economy positively. The events leading up to Pearl Harbor affected the economy positively because of the EU2 Visuals. According to” Works Projects Administration War Services Project poster, published in Pennsylvania between 1941 and 1943” it states “The poster urges Pennsylvanians to take up various kinds of civil defense work. It shows a family prepared…show more content…
According to pearl harbor and the coming of the pacific war 1999 it states, “August 1941, The united states imposes an embargo on oil shipments to japan”. This piece of evidence shows that the U.S stopped trade with Japan. Some may think that this a negative because they lose trade but they could easily trade with other countries for the same amount of money. The economy would stay the same. According to Hideki Tojo. Imperial Conference November 5, 1941” it states, “Two years from now we will have no petroleum for military use. When I think about the strengthening of American defenses in the Southwest Pacific of the expansion of the american fleet…”. This piece of evidence shows that the U.S government is getting stronger. This is shows that This will strengthen the US economy because it will take away resources that japan relied on the US…show more content…
According to “1942 Army Air Forces photo shows the first African American pilots in the history of the U.S” it states, “In 1942, these men graduated from a training class at Tuskegee Army Airfield in Alabama. The pilots who did this are known as the “Tuskegee Airmen.” Third from the left is Benjamin O. Davis, the first commander of an all-black air unit. Davis led dozens of dangerous missions during World War II. Blacks fought in segregated units in the war”. This piece of evidence shows that African Americans were able to join the war unlike before because they were not allowed to join the military because of their race. This shows how this was a positive event in society because African- Americans were finally able to get a job in the military. Meaning that they were one step closer to becoming equals. But the events leading up to pearl harbor affected the economy positively because of According to “National Archives Document” it states,”The secretaries of war and Of the Navy are hereby authorized to to purchase or otherwise acquire arms, ammunition, and implements of war produced within the jurisdiction of any country to which section three is applicable…”. This piece of evidence shows that there are certain people that will decide when to use money. This proves the claim that the events leading up to pearl harbor are positively affecting the economy because the economy will
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