Pearl Harbor is a United States naval base located west of Honolulu on the island of O'ahu, Hawaii.
When Pearl Harbor got bombed is what brought the U.S. into WW2
Japan had two waves of planes. The first wave had 183 planes at 7:55a.m. and the second wave was about an hour after with 167 planes.
the Japanese sank or damaged 188 aircraft, eight U.S. Navy battleships, three destroyers, three cruisers, and one minelayer. The damage caused to the Japanese navy was very small, Only 29 aircraft out of 350 were destroyed.
2,403 people killed, 68 of those were civilians, 1,178 wounded
USS Arizona, the USS Nevada, the USS Oklahoma, and the USS West Virginia. The USS Arizona is the most popular one because it had the most deaths on it and now it is the ship that you look at when your at Pearl Harbor.
Work cited page Harris, Nathaniel. Time lines World War II Reade, Candis. "Facts on Pearl Harbor". 5/11/10 <http://ezinearticles.com/?Facts-on-Pearl-Harbor&id=1582085>. Kudlinski, Himler, Kathleen V, Ronald. Pearl Harbor Is Burning . New York, New York: Penguin Group Inc., 1991. Personal Visit
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