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Q: What was the name of the Japanese commander and chief who planned the Pearl Harbor Attack?
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When did Japanese bomb Darwin?

The Japanese bombed Darwin in Australia on February 19, 1942. A total of 242 Japanese aircraft took part in the attack, bombing ships in Darwin's harbor.


What year was Pearl Harbor attacked by the US?

The United States did not attack Pearl Harbor; the Japanese did. Pearl Harbor is located in Hawaii, a US state. Japanese warplanes attacked and demolished the Pacific fleet of Navy ships that were docked there. The attack occured on December 7, 1941 and was the single event that caused the United States to enter World War 2.


Was pearl harbor a part of World War 2?

Yes, it was the attack of the US pacific fleet by the Japanese Navy that drew the U.S. into the war.


What was the American response to the Japanese attack?

The American response to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor was to recognize that they were at war with the Empire of Japan. This caused them repair the damage of the attack, build up their armed forces, resist Japanese forces in the western Pacific, and, with allies, defeat the Japanese armed forces and to occupy Japan. A more general and long-term response, better called a lesson learned, was to always be on the alert against attack, and never to assume that just because we take Sunday off, an enemy would too.


What was President Roosevelt implying when he said that this form of treachery shall never again endanger us?

This phrase appears in Roosevelt's day of infamy speech, made soon after the Pearl Harbor attack by the Japanese. The treachery referred to was Japan's. Even while planes were on their way to bomb the harbor, they were negotiating with the US and in no way indicated they were ready to attack the US.

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Japanese commander that planned the pearl harbor attacks?

Admiral Yamamoto


Who was the commander leading the actual Japanese attack against Pearl Harbor?

The Japanese commander who led the attack was Vice Admiral Chuichi Nagumo.


Was the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on purpose?

Yes, the attack was a planned military strike.


What Japanese leader planned pearl harbor attack?

Isoroku Yamamoto


Did Japanese leader Yamanoto organize the attack on Pearl Harbor?

Isoroku Yamamoto planned the attack upon Pearl Harbor .


Who was involved in the Pearl Harbor attack?

Minoru Genda was the one who planned the "Attack On Pearl Harbor". And the U.S., and the Japanese were involved.


Who was responsible for the surprise attack at Pearl Harbor?

Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto, a Japanese admiral, planned the attack on pearl harbor and was in the atack.


Who is doris miller?

Doris miller is a Japanese man who planned the attack on pear harbor


Who was the lead plane of Pearl Harbor?

Japanese commander mitsuo fuchida was in the lead plane on the attack on pearl harbor


What was the name of the Japanese commander in chief who plannded the pearl harbor attack?

Isoroku Yamamoto .


When did Japanese Prime Minister Tojo inform the cabinet that an attack was planned against the US at Pearl Harbor?

On December 1, 1941, Prime Minister Tojo informed the Japanese cabinet that an attack was planned on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.


Who attacked U.S naval bases at pearl harbor?

The Japanese. The one one who planned the attack was Admiral Yamamoto

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