The attack happened on Sunday morning, December 7, 1941, the attack happened in Pearl Harbor Hawaii. The attack was 2 hours in the aftermath of Pearl Harbor, there were exactly 21 ships in the U.S. Pacific fleet that had been sunk or severely damaged. There were exactly 188 United States aircrafts that were destroyed and exactly 159 that were damaged. That would make a total amount of 2,403 innocent people that were killed, the majority were the soldiers and sailors. When Japan sent their planes to attack the United States Naval Base in Pearl Harbor, they desired to make themselves look strong, but it made a lot of people think that they are heartless and ruthless.
Even then we were still picking up memories of Pearl Harbor a year later. December 7, 1941 is a date of horror. It killed many people, destroyed airplanes, ships, submarines, and much more. They attacked us because we stopped selling important supplies to them that they needed. Thousands of lives were taken from us but none of them died for nothing.
The atomic bomb was a terrible thing. It killed 150,000 in Hiroshima and 75,000 in Nagasaki, plus many survivors became horribly disfigured from the intensive heat, and death from radiation is uncertain it may not kill the victims for days, weeks, months, or even years. (Although the bomb did save the USA from sending foot soldier to Japan, the Japanese were ready to surrender on terms that they can keep their empire and we had no need to use it). Japan was the first to feel the destructive power of the atomic bomb. Killing a quarter of a million people and costing two billion dollars of war replenish.
His first film, Love Me Tender (1956), was a box office hit. Even though Elvis had a thriving career, it did not put a stop to the U.S. Army sending him a draft notice. Elvis served in the army in Europe until 1960. When he returned he resumed his career and was soon back at the top of the charts with the soundtrack for his film GI Blues. He continued recording music and acting in films like Blue Hawaii (1961), Girls!
Three survive the crash, including Louie. However, one man does not survive the 47 days spent at sea before they are found by Japanese sailors. From that point forward, Louie was invisible since he was excluded from the outside world and objectified. It was not until he was taken to a POW camp that efforts
The French only had 30,000 troops to fight against the Germans. On February 21 When the Germans finally fired their artillery guns for the bombardment; Verdun was in ruins for two days. And then the attack began with 200,000 French soldiers in Verdun against a million of German soldiers. Germany chose to continue firing the shells at Verdun, but the second bombardment didn 't do much damage. So the first lines of trenches were taken by the Germans.
He attended the Assembly of God with his parents; gospel music became an important influence on him. He received his first guitar as a gift on his eleventh birthday instead of a bicycle because his parents could not afford to buy one. Elvis’ first taste of musical success was when he won the talent show at his high school, Humes High School, in Memphis. In 1953, he graduated and became the first in his immediate family to earn a high school diploma. After graduating, he worked as a mechanist, but soon he would get his big break in the music industry and acting business.
But one day, Yanek could not find Uncle Moshe. Moshe was killed.Yanek was taken to many more concentration camps. In one, he found a misplaced floor board so he and his 3 friends hid under the floor board everyday for about a week. Until, they almost got caught.The next concentration camp they were under the impression they were going to be burned in a gas chamber. But the Natzi’s never turned it on.
Then, the Japanese dropped a one thousand seven hundred and sixty pound bomb on the U.S.S. Arizona. In total, this attack lasted until about ten o’clock of this same morning; though the attack was short, the damage was of one that America would never forget. The Japanese successfully destroyed thirteen battleships—eight were damaged and five were sunk—, three light cruisers, and one hundred and eighty-eight aircraft.
On April 18, 1906, an earthquake hit San Francisco, California. The earthquake lasted for less than a minute but caused some serious damage. It had started several fires through the city, lasted for three days and destroyed nearly 500 blocks. The people that had survived went to sleep in tents in city parks, stood in line for food, and had to cook in the street so they couldn 't start any more
In the beginning of the war, the US marines sent about 70,000 soldiers to a island called Iwo Jima. The Marines didn 't know that they will be going up against Japanese soldiers that hid in small bunkers. When the marines were at Iwo Jima, many deaths occurred. Marines had trouble figuring out where enemy fire was being shot from. Eventually, marines figured out that out about the bunkers and took out every enemy that was in them till it was over.
Titanic (Rough Draft) [April 14, 1912] Perhaps it could 've been the last day of my life, my chances of living was over 2,000 souls and only 20 lifeboats. It all began as I find myself in the Cigar Room not noticing people running and the screams of fear. I stay relaxed and tell myself what I heard or saw was just an illusion. “Get on deck now and get a life jacket, or you’ll all drown with this ship!” an officer yelled. It was from this point on that I knew my life was going to change.
6 months after they declared independance from Britian they are running low on artillery and and men. George Washington had once 6000 men and now had close to a little over 2000 men left. They are almost out of food and have nowhere to go. They are about to retreat from New York until they get intercepted by a squadron of British soldiers. They lose at least 10 men in the fight with only 3 British Soldiers killed.
So the four-day engagement was a strategic victory for the Allies. On May 8 the main of the carrier duel, so Fletcher lost Lexington and the 66 planes and suffered damage to Yorktown, in return of the damaging of Shokaku. Then Takeo Takagi has the light carriers Shoho with 140 planes covered the invasion forces. The Coral Sea, the Battle of the (1942) but the war began because of the Japanese’s. So Nimitz knew that the battle that would ensue would involve the aircrafts, and air supremacy.
The order forced 120,000 Japanese-Americans with most of them being American citizens to leave their homes, businesses and American constitutional rights behind and spend the war years behind barbed wire (By, 1988). “By June, 110,000 Japanese-Americans were relocated. Two and a half years later, on Dec. 17, 1944, Public Proclamation 21 allowing Japanese-Americans to return to their homes was announced, effective Jan. 2, 1945. Not one of the 10 Americans convicted of spying for Japan during World War II was of Japanese ancestry. In 1988, the United States dispersed $1.6 billion in reparation to Japanese-Americans who had