http://www.eyewitnesstohistory.com/pearl.htm  The bombing of Pearl Harbor was a complete suprise.There were planes that attacked the harbor that morning in two different waves. The reason was because The U.S. placed an embargo on Japan by prohibiting exports of steel, scrap iron, and aviation fuel to Japan, because  Japan took over northern French Indochina.

http://www.eyewitnesstohistory.com/pearl.htm The bombing of Pearl Harbor was a complete suprise.There were planes that attacked the harbor that morning in two different waves. The reason was because The U.S. placed an embargo on Japan by prohibiting exports of steel, scrap iron, and aviation fuel to Japan, because Japan took over northern French Indochina.

centreforaviation: B-24D Liberator “Chug-A-Lug” of the 308th Bomb Squadron ready for take-off from the Kunming Airfield, Kunming, China, Summer 1943.

centreforaviation: B-24D Liberator “Chug-A-Lug” of the 308th Bomb Squadron ready for take-off from the Kunming Airfield, Kunming, China, Summer 1943.

Erich Alfred Hartmann nicknamed "Bubi" and "The Black Devil" (by his Soviet adversaries)  was a German fighter pilot during World War II and is the highest-scoring fighter ace in the history of aerial warfare.

Erich Alfred Hartmann nicknamed "Bubi" and "The Black Devil" (by his Soviet adversaries) was a German fighter pilot during World War II and is the highest-scoring fighter ace in the history of aerial warfare.

For some of the best prices see Hains Clearance dot com B-17 Waist Gunner 385th Bomb Group 8th Air Force « World War Photos

For some of the best prices see Hains Clearance dot com B-17 Waist Gunner 385th Bomb Group 8th Air Force « World War Photos

At 7:55am, Sunday, Dec 7, 1941, Pearl Harbor is attacked by carrier      based Japanese planes, killing 2300. The following day in his war speech to Congress, President Franklin Roosevelt called it "a day which will live in infamy."

At 7:55am, Sunday, Dec 7, 1941, Pearl Harbor is attacked by carrier based Japanese planes, killing 2300. The following day in his war speech to Congress, President Franklin Roosevelt called it "a day which will live in infamy."

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