how does the attack on pearl harbor a conflict and compromise?

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  1. SS

    Why did Britain and France adopt a policy of appeasement when meeting with Hitler at the Munich conference A They knew he had an agreement with the Soviet union over Poland B they were led to believe he wouldn't try to take any more territory in Europe

  2. history

    Which event happened last? A- President Roosevelt proposed the lend-lease act. B- Germany began invading other countries. C- The Japanese attacked the military base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. D-Japan invaded China.

  3. History

    What caused the United States to enter World War II on the side of the allies? A. Germany’s attack on Britain B. Japan’s attack on the pearl harbor Hawaii 👈This one C.Germany’s invasion in Poland Germany’s invasion in Poland D. Japan’s

  4. SS help plz

    Why did German ships begin to attack us ships in 1941 before the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor? a. Germany wanted to weaken the United States b. Germany declared war on the United States c. The U.S disagreed with Nazi expansion and values d. The U.S

  5. History

    Which of the following actions occurred first? Japan attacked Pearl Harbor The Axis powers invaded neighboring territories The Lend-Lease Act was proposed The United States drafted men into the armed forces I honestly have no idea what the answer could

  6. Tx History

    Which event led to United States involvement in World War II? A. The Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. B. The Axis powers waged war. C. The Allies invaded Normandy. D. U.S. allies were being attacked.

  7. History

    28) What were three contributing factors to the Great Depression? ____________ 29) Explain three facts concerning the U.S. government's treatment of Japanese Americans following the attacks on Pearl Harbor. ____________ 30) Describe three key figures

  8. US history HELP

    All of the following statements about the Battle of Midway are true EXCEPT that: 1. ( They never retreated :S ) the Japanese navy was forced into retreat less than six months after Pearl Harbor 2.(possible) the battle began with another Japanese surprise

  9. History

    Which describes the United States efforts to rebuild Japan after World War II? It was a three-phase operation to end Japanese military rule and rebuild Japan’s economy. It was an attempt by the United States to punish Japan for its attack on Pearl

  10. History

    Which of the following actions occurred first? A. Japan attacked Pearl Harbor B. The axis powers invaded neighboring territories C. The lend-lease act was proposed D. The United States drafted men into Armed Forces

  11. History

    which event led to united states involvement in world war 2 A. the Japanese attacked pearl harbor B. the axis powers waged war C. the allies invaded Normandy D. U.S allies were being attacked

  12. Social studies

    How did the Kansas-Nebraska Act of 1854 conflict with the Missouri Compromise of 1820? 1.The Missouri Compromise would not go into effect until the Kansas-Nebraska Act was passed 2.Northerners wanted to allow popular sovereignty 3.The Kansas-Nebraska Act

  13. history

    what led the government to evacuate Japanese Americans from the West Coast? a. long-held prejudice, and fears inflamed by the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor b. terrorist attacks by immigrants living on the West Coast c. fear for the safety of Japanese

  14. History

    Which event sparked the beginning of World War I in Europe? assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand the sinking by the Germans of the Lusitania Germany’s invasion of Poland Japan’s bombing of Pearl Harbor A?

  15. Social Studies

    which of the following events most directly lead to American military involvement in world war 2? A: the Japanese attack on pearl Harbor. B: the bombing of London C: the soviet Union entering the war. D: Germany's invasion of Poland

  16. Social Studies

    How did the attack of pearl harbor change the lives of many Americans? A. Americans were divided over how to respond. B. The American military was weakened by the attack.*** C. The Unites States declared war on Germany. D. Americans developed a wartime

  17. mat

    Two cargo ships are siling a direct course into harbor. Ship A is 22 miles from harbor. Ship B is sailing into harbor on a course perpendicular to that of ship A. If the angle between them is 47 degrees, how far is ship B from the harbor? Round the answer

  18. HISTORY

    Which option most accurately explains how the Compromise of 1850 influenced the buildup to the Civil War? It replaced the Missouri Compromise and outlawed slavery in the former Louisiana Territory. It broke the 36 °30' parallel as a division between free

  19. Social Studies (Check, Please!)

    Why was the United States unprepared for Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor? A: The United States was unprepared for Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor because Hawaii was not mentioned as a possible target in the war warning that American commanders at the Pearl

  20. civics

    Which of the following events most directly led to American military involvement in World War II? A. the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor B. the bombing of London C. the Soviet Union entering the war D. Germany's invasion of Poland Is the answer A.?

  21. Social Studies

    Drag and drop the most important steps toward Allied victory in Europe and the Pacific. Some choices may not be used. the bombing of Pearl Harbor added to the blitzkrieg on Poland the capture of Berlin by the Soviets the capture of the Netherlands in 1940

  22. History

    Which U.S military base was sabotaged by the Japanese, forcing the united states to enter World War II? San francisco Topaz in Utah Washington D.C*** Pearl Harbor Wrong or Right what do you think?

  23. History

    11.)Which of the following resolved the issue of whether slaves could be used to determine the number of representatives a state could have? A.)Connecticut Compromise B.)Electoral College C.)Great Compromise D.)Three-Fifths Compromise I picked D

  24. History

    Which even happened last? A. President Roosevelt proposed the Lend-Lease Act. B. Germany began invading other countries. C. The Japanese attacked the military base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.*** D. Japan invaded China.

  25. Social Studies

    How did the attack on Pearl Harbor change the lives of many Americans? A Americans were divided over how to respond. B The American military was weakened by the attack. C The United States declared war on Germany. D Americans developed a wartime society. C

  26. History

    Explain the impact of the Balfour Declaration on the Middle East. Explain the impact of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.

  27. History

    Q: What action did the United States NOT take against Japan before the attack on Pearl Harbor? Choices are: A. cut off the sale of oil and metal to Japan B. sent the Japanese ambassador back to Japan C. froze all the Japanese assets in the United States D.

  28. history

    What was Japanese Reconstruction? a. It was the decision to end the Japanese monarchy and establish a US-controlled puppet dictator. b. It was the occupation of Japan by the United States to expand military dominance in the Pacific. c. It was an attempt by

  29. English (SCARLET LETTER)

    We are reading the story, THE SCARLET LETTER, in class and I am confused on this question. From my understanding, Dimmesdale gets on scaffold and imagine what would be to tell the truth about his sin but then all of the sudden Hester and Pearl walks by.

  30. US HISTORY *JUST NEED CHECKED*

    What foreign policy did the United States follow before entering World War 2? * Isolationsism Communism(MY ANSWER) Socialism Blitzkrieg Japan is a country made up of islands * True (MY ANSWER) False Why was Japan so interested in controlling the islands in

  31. History

    In which order did these events take place? A) The United States declared war on Japan. B) Germany invaded neighboring countries. C) Japan attacked Pearl Harbor. D) Italy surrendered. MY Choice: C B D A

  32. American History

    1. The Five-Power Treaty, the Four-Power Treaty, and the Nine-Power Treaty were all attempts to a. establish, or fix, national borders. b. exchange ambassadors. c. ensure international peace. d. lower trade and tariff barriers. -----------------------my

  33. U.S. History (Check)(REED)

    1. What day was the attack on Pearl Harbor? A: The attack on Pearl Harbor took place on December 7, 1941. 2. Why was the attack so devastating for America? A: The Pearl Harbor attack was so devastating for America because most of the U.S. Navy was

  34. World History

    place the events in calendar order from first to last 1) Nazi-Sovie Pact 2) Attack on Pearl Harbor 3) Annexation of Austria 4) Dropping of atomic bomb in Hiroshima 5) Surrender of France list is order that the event happened

  35. English

    My AP English class has to write 250-500 word paper on changes that resulted from 9/11. This is the first paper I will have written for an AP class. Please tell me if this is acceptable in an AP class. Thanks. September 11th A Temporary Change Prior to the

  36. language arts

    What is the adverb in the following sentence: Historically, the name Pearl Harbor has significance?

  37. history WW2

    what were some major military armaments used by the Japanese and the Americans at Pearl Harbor ? Was the American weapons inferior to the Japanese? Yes, because Japan had commissioned special weapons to fight the naval battle?

  38. History (pls help)

    1. Which of the following actions accured first? A. Japan attacked Pearl Harbor. B. The Axis powers invaded neighboring territories. C. The Lend-Lease Act was proposed. D. The United States drafted men into the armed forces Help pls 7th grade history

  39. history

    What impact did the Three-Fifths Compromise have on the passage of the Constitution at the Philadelphia Convention? Politicians believed a compromise would lead southerners to emancipate their slaves through eschewing representation in the House of

  40. history

    how does the attack on pearl harbor a conflict and compromise?

  41. NHD Project

    I was wondering if anyone would help me revise my history day thesis paragraph before I turn it in. The subject is on Pearl Harbor and relates to conflict and compromise. Japan, Germany, and Italy wanted to expand their empires vastly territorially. This

  42. Grammar (Writeacher)

    Write the subject of each sentence below. Then, choose the correct verb in parentheses, and write it next to the subject. 1. It is December 7, 1941, and there (is, are) a surprise attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. 2. Beyond the horizon (looms, loom) 350

  43. history

    what is the compromise in the attack on pearl harbor p.s no wikipedia has the answer

  44. us history

    Prior to the attack on Pearl Harbor, the United States was very much divided about entry into World War II. Many isolationists opposed U.S. involvement, while others felt we had a responsibility to act in the face of such aggression. You will be writing an

  45. History

    how does Pearl Harbor bombing relate to conflict and compromise in history?

  46. history

    For my nhd project my topic is The Pearl Harbor Bombing how does this apply to Conflict and Compromise? P.S. I cannot use wikipedia so help!

  47. history

    so would the compromise be "The Naval Base of Pearl Harbor sent back up ships to midway and surprised the Japanese. The Japanese did not have sufficient defenses and the losses were terrible for them." for the bombing of pearl harbor?

  48. HISTORY

    What would 3 newspaper headline be that would indicate the significance of the attack on Pearl Harbor? They would need to be from a political, social and from an economic perspective. Please help with this. I've came up with these: THIS MEANS WAR!! BATTLE

  49. history

    im doing a social studies fair and my topic is pearl harbor i need to know how this topic involes conflict and compromise? thanks =]

  50. World History

    Which event led the United States away from isolationism? A. Sinking of the Lusitania B. Attack on Pearl Harbor C. Zimmermann telegram D. Attack on the USS Maine Is the answer B?

  51. history

    would the japanese instrument of surrender be the compromise to pearl harbor?

  52. history

    why did japan attack pearl harbor what was their purpose? thanks so much =]

  53. Social studies

    What caused the Japanese ( what did the USA do) to attack Pearl Harbor.

  54. Social studies

    What caused the Japanese ( what did the USA do) to attack Pearl Harbor.

  55. World History

    Explain the impact of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.

  56. current events

    these letters genmdimbserausit need to be unscrambled into two words and it has to do with Pearl Harbor attack.

  57. History

    The United States cut off sales of oil to Japan after the ? A. Japanese attack on Dutch Indonesia. B. Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. C. Japanese occupation of southern Indochina. D. Japanese occupation of Hong Kong. I think it is C. Am I right please

  58. HISTORY

    4. The United States cut off sales of oil to Japan after the A. Japanese attack on Dutch Indonesia. B. Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. C. Japanese occupation of southern Indochina. D. Japanese occupation of Hong Kong. I chose the answer B. please can you

  59. World History

    Are these in correct chronological order? 1- Annexation of Austria 2- Nazi-Soviet Pact 3- Surrender of France 4- Attack on Pearl Harbor 5- Dropping of Atomic Bomb on Hiroshima Thanks -MC

  60. History

    In 100 or less words, analyze Japanese nationalism and Japanese nationalists' views of Americans that justified their attack on Pearl Harbor.

  61. social studies

    i did my project on the attack on pearl harbor and it says that i have to describe how my project relates to the theme "Revoultion,Reaction and Reform" i have no clue about this question. Please help?

  62. world history

    The Japanese living in America were seen as a threat to national security after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, so they were sent to live in camps in the interior of the country. true or false

  63. Ethics In Tech

    The Census Bureau has not always kept confidential the information it has collected. According to the textbook, this became apparent: A. during the Civil War. B. after the attack on Pearl Harbor. C. during the Vietnam War. D. during the first Gulf War. is

  64. English

    (1)It was December 7, 1941. (2) The freighter Florentine, 320 miles northeast of the Hawaiian Island of Hilo was lumbering along at about 15 knots when the garbled message came in over the radio: (3) “Attack on Pearl Harbor; This is not a drill!”

  65. History

    Explain the impact of the Balfour Declaration on the Middle East. Explain the impact of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.

  66. history WW2

    What physical features did Pearl Harbor have? Islands, Ocean and a landlocked harbor is there anything else?

  67. Historical Fiction Report

    My teacher is having us write a historical fiction story. She wants us to use a website with ".edu" at the end of it. My story is going to be about World War II/Pearl Harbor. Could you find me some websites with ".edu" at the end with info about World War

  68. english

    This question is based on the following paragraph. (1) It was December 7, 1941. (2) The freighter Florentine, 320 miles northeast of the Hawaiian Island of Hilo was lumbering along at about 15 knots when the garbled message came in over the radio. (3)

  69. english

    This question is based on the following paragraph. (1) It was December 7, 1941. (2) The freighter Florentine, 320 miles northeast of the Hawaiian Island of Hilo was lumbering along at about 15 knots when the garbled message came in over the radio: (3)

  70. history

    What prompted the United States to enter the war in 1941? a. the imprisonment of Jews in German concentration camps b. the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor c. the pact that the Soviet Union signed with Germany d. Germany's invasion of the Rhineland help

  71. History

    Why was the bombing of Pearl Harbor a turning point in World War II? A)Immediately after Pearl Harbor, the Japanese surrendered. B)The Germans simultaneously bombed the United States. C)Before this event, the United States had not declared war. D)The

  72. History

    What were the three distinct arenas where the pearl harbor war was being fought? Is it Warships in the harbor; Airfields; Schofield Barracks? Of these, which was determined to be the priority region by the western Allies?

  73. English

    (1)It was December 7, 1941. (2) The freighter Florentine, 320 miles northeast of the Hawaiian Island of Hilo was lumbering along at about 15 knots when the garbled message came in over the radio: (3) “Attack on Pearl Harbor; This is not a drill!”

  74. Social studies

    Brief synopsis on the cause, effect and result Of the attack on Pearl Harbor. Six and one half Pages already typed and on cardboard made A flag, have pictures, just need alittle help In summarizing some facts you may have with The facts I have for the

  75. history

    how did washington gain control of boston? he sent 16,000 troops to launch a surprise attack on the british fort protecting boston. he surrounded the harbor giving them no option other than to surrender. he strategically placed cannons overlooking the

  76. U,S History

    Please help me! I am writing this article. It is an article prior to the attack on pearl harbor. I have to choose if 1) the u.s should enter the war and help the allies or 2) The U.S should remian neurtral in world affairs and stay out of the war. I chose

  77. History

    Could someone please help me with this? Assume the role of an American journalist during World War II. Write three newspaper headlines that indicate the significance of the attack on Pearl Harbor. Each headline must report the same event from a different

  78. Social Studies

    1. List the ships that were present at the time of the attack. Answer: West Virginia, Maryland, Tennessee, California, Pennsylvania, Arizona, Nevada, and Oklahoma 2. What is the name of the ship where sailors can place their ashes? Answer: USS Arizona 3.

  79. social studies

    Why was pearl harbor described as a day of infamy?

  80. History

    how did the bombing of pearl harbor affect the us? P.S I can't use wikipedia

  81. World History

    Who was fighting in pearl harbor? Japanese-Americans?

  82. History

    Why did Germany invade Poland, previous to Pearl Harbor?

  83. history

    1.who was the commander of the u.s. navy in the pacific? 2.where did the japanese strike after pearl harbor?

  84. history

    i'm not sure where to find the answer to this question, I've searched google,..but it gives too much irrelevant information.please help what led the government to evacuate Japanese Americans from the West Coast? a. long-held prejudice, and fears inflamed

  85. History

    What would be some good sources to use for my nhd project? Topic: Pearl Harbor bombing P.S. I cannot use wiki

  86. World History

    What was Yamamoto's objective at pearl harbor? How did Japan try to win support from other Asian countries?

  87. History

    What conflict resolution does Malala Yousafzai follow? Competition, Collaboration, Compromise, Accommodation, Avoidance _______________________________________________________________________ I am actually not sure. I used the conflict with Malala and

  88. World History

    Who were the leaders in pearl harbor? Isoroku Yamamoto, Chūichi Nagumo , Husband E. Kimmel , Walter Short ??

  89. History

    for my project i have to have an Intro, Conflict, Effect on world, and compromise there is no compromise in my project topic so what can i do instead?

  90. US History (AP/CC)

    WWII What caused the Japanese to bomb Pearl Harbor? Like what was their maine reason to get America involved in the war? confused on this question...all the help is appreciated =] thanks!

  91. English

    .....against the naval base at Pearl Harbor in Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, just before 08:00, on Sunday morning, December 7, 1941. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- How do you read "08:00"? 1. eight

  92. history

    i do not have a history book, and i have a worksheet that requires one, my school does not handout textbook, they only have textbooks in the class, so please help thank you if you do why was the us able to expand its war production so quickly after the

  93. History

    What was the direct cause of the U.S. entry into World War II? A. the bombing of Pearl Harbor B. the invasion of Poland by Germany C. the capture of Belgium by Germany** D. the Battle of Britain I think its b or c

  94. history WW2

    How many total Americans were involved in the battle of pearl harbor? I'm finding conflicting numbers ......I can only find a straightforward number for causalities.... Japanese involved?

  95. History

    what happened last? A. president roosevelt proposed the Lend-Lease act B.Germany began invading other countries C. The Japanese attacked the military base in pearl harbor, hawaii D. Japan invaded china

  96. ww2 history

    How many Japanese fought at Pearl Harbor? I just need an approximation, I know that 55 were killed, which was lower numbers compared to the United States....I can't find the numbers for this anywhere because it isn't well documented except the causalities.

  97. History

    What is the conflict and compromise of the Persian Gulf War? =D thank you.

  98. History

    What was an effect of the Holocaust? A)People had to conserve resources to support the war effort. B)The United States drafted American men into the military. C)The Japanese attacked a U.S. port at Pearl Harbor. D)Millions of Jewish people died in Europe.

  99. Sociology

    Can you help me relate what I call dangerous dogs, specifically, like dogs who attack other dogs on a walk and then go on to attack the person walking the dog to the 3 sociological perspectives: functionalism, conflict and interactionism Please if you can

  100. adult education

    "Leadership Development within Groups: Managing Conflict." Identify a conflict that has occurred recently within a group you are a part of. List the reason(s) for the conflict. Was the conflict resolved the same day? If so, what conflict style(s) were used

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