Research Log Multi-Genre Research Project Government Culture Economy Example Student Culture Article title: pearl harbor from Encyclopedia Britannica http://school.eb.com.proxy.elm4you.org/eb/article-9 058877?query=pearl%20harbor&ct
= I used this source to find basic information about the Pearl Harbor attacks. I wanted an overview of what happened that day, what the Japanese did to us, how many lives were lost, and what the American response was. It was a thorough, detailed resource that provided me with some good information. Article title: pearl harbor from Encyclopedia Britannica Surprise aerial attack on December 7, 1941 On November 26, a fleet left Japan and sailed
north of Hawaii. From there, about 360 planes were launched for the attack. First bomber appeared at 7:55 A.M. Part of a first wave of nearly 200 aircraft, including torpedo planes, bombers, and fighters Article title: pearl harbor from Encyclopedia Britannica A U.S. Army private who noticed this large flight of planes on his radar screen was told to ignore them, since a flight of B-17s from the United States was expected at that time.
The ships anchored in the harbor made perfect targets. Sunday morning was purposely chosen because the Japanese thought the U.S. would be more relaxed. Article title: pearl harbor from Encyclopedia Britannica Most of the damage to the battleships was inflicted in the first 30 minutes of the assault. The Arizona was completely destroyed More than 2,300 people killed 1,100+ injured
Congress declared war against Japan on December 8, 1941. Culture Article title: 5 Facts About Pearl Harbor and the USS Arizona http://www.history.com/news/5-facts-about-pearlharbor-and-the-uss-arizona I used this source to find specific information about the U.S.S. Arizona and details about what makes this ship so memorable and important in the Pearl Harbor attacks. This article provided some interesting excerpts and little-known facts
about the attack and those affected. Article title: 5 Facts About Pearl Harbor and the USS Arizona Attacked occurred December 7, 1941 7:55 A.M. Assault lasted less than two hours
More than 2,500 people killed Almost half of the casualties occurred aboard the U.S.S. Arizona 37 sets of brothers were killed aboard the Arizona After Pearl Harbor, U.S. officials attempted to discourage the practice of family members serving on the same ship. Article title: 5 Facts About Pearl Harbor and the USS Arizona The USS Arizonas entire band was lost in the attack. Fuel continues to leak from the USS Arizonas
wreckage. The ship had been fueled the previous day. It was a great target for the Japanese. Some 500,000 gallons of oil continue to leak out of the wreckage. Article title: 5 Facts About Pearl Harbor and the USS Arizona Some former crewmembers have chosen the USS Arizona as their final resting place. Since 1982, the U.S. Navy has allowed survivors of the attack to be interred in the ships wreckage upon their deaths. Survivors of the Pearl Harbor attack can choose to
have their cremated remains placed below the ship under a gun turret. They are first given a full military funeral, and then divers take their remains below. More than 30 men have chosen to do this thus far
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