It has been 77 years since The United States was forced into the Second World War by the Empire of Japan. The surprise attack on America’s pacific fleet at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii was a despicable act that unified the entire nation to respond with all its might.
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While the attack on Pearl Harbor is often considered a smashing success for the Japanese, it failed spectacularly to achieve its true objectives. By not preventing the US Navy from taking to the seas and winning heroic victories while being outnumbered, the Japanese bought themselves about 6 months of conquest at the cost of steady defeat that followed . Watch