Attack on Pearl Harbor Essay | Essay

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Pearl Harbor & the Effects on the World

Summary: On December 7th 1941 the United States was forced to enter World War II, Early morning on this day, little did the United States know that they were about to be attacked by Japan and cause major chaos for Americans and the rest of the world.
World War II

-Pearl Harbor-

On December 7th 1941 the United States was forced to enter World War II, Early morning on this day, little did the United States know that they were about to be attacked by Japan and cause major chaos for Americans and the rest of the world.

The war had already started in the other side of the world with Stalin's communism in the Soviet Union, Hitler's nationalism in Germany and Eastern Europe and Mussolini's fascism in Italy The three nations signed a mutual defense treaty " the Tripartite Pact." Stalin, Mussolini and Hitler were known as the axis powers after this treaty was signed by the three nations. United states were allied with Great Britain and France.

President Roosevelt has grown fond that the United States would eventually enter the war but didn't know that it would come so soon eighteen months before the Pearl...

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