Attack on Pearl Harbor Assignment

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My topic is Attack on Pearl Harbor

1) Introduction: Introduce your topic and tell us why you chose it- brief.

2) Tell us about your topic: The cold hard facts- the brunt of your presentation.

3) Tell us the historical significance of your topic and how it relates to the class- brief also.

4)Conclusion: Wrap it all up!

Citations: Please use a basic citation(s) at the end of the presentation so I know where you got your information from.

DO NOT COPY AND PASTE FROM THE INTERNET OR ANY OTHER SOURCE FOR THAT MATTER!

Obviously you will collect information from numerous sources, but you will then put this information in YOUR own words. All submissions will be run through turnitin.com and more importantly, I will know right away if a student wrote something or it has been copied. Any instance of plagiarism will result in an automatic zero for the project.

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Kishnewt2017
School: UC Berkeley

Attached.

Running head: PEARL HARBOR

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Attack on Pearl Harbor
Name of Student
Institution Affiliation

PEARL HARBOR

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Attack on Attack on Pearl Harbor
Introduction
The topic chosen for this paper is the Attack on Pearl Harbor. Pearl Harbor refers to a
naval base in the United States near Hawaii. The same was attacked by forces from Japan on
December 7th, 1941 in what is historically termed as the Pearl Harbor attack. The topic is chosen
because Japanese thought they would attain one tin but they ended up failing terribly and
instigating world war 11 by triggering the U.S to war.
The Pearl Harbor Attack
It was a bright Sunday morning, just like any other, and the ship crew all awake and
ready for business (Zimm, 2011). Unknown to them, Japan had an agenda that would make the
day unpleasant. In what seemed to have been planned for a long period, hundreds of Japan fight
planes descended on the Harbor with an intention of destroying the naval vessels that belonged
to America; these totaled to almost 20 (Prange, Goldstein, & Dillon, 2014). The Japanese planes
also destroyed battleships as well as more than 300 planes. The casualties in the attack we...

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