The Pearl Harbor summary is a professional quality, glossy, tri-fold brochure summarizing all key aspects of the battle. It also includes important lessons on strategy, tactics, and leadership. Request your copy today.
By 1941, U.S. leaders were watching the expansion of Nazi Germany in Europe while at the same time growing increasingly concerned about an aggressive Japan. To many, war seemed inevitable, but a strong isolationist sentiment remained throughout the country. Everything changed on 7 December 1941, the day that President Franklin D. Roosevelt would call a “date which will live in infamy”, when Japan launched a successful surprise attack on the U.S. Pacific Fleet anchored at Pearl Harbor. The devastating attack crippled the fleet, while showing the world the new dominance of carrier-borne aircraft in naval warfare. Japan’s tactical success, however, belied her strategic failure. With America’s declaration of war the following day, Japan had created a determined and powerful enemy. And while Japan did gain time to expand in the Pacific, that time would be short-lived. Japan had awakened the “sleeping giant” of America.
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