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It was convened on November 15, The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor coupled with their alliance with the Nazis and the ensuing war in the Pacific fueled anti-Japanese sentiment , racism, xenophobia , and anti- Axis sentiment in the Allied nations like never before. Japanese, Japanese-Americans and Asians having a similar physical appearance were regarded with deep seated suspicion, distrust and hostility. The attack was viewed as having been conducted in an extremely underhanded way and also as a very "treacherous" or "sneaky attack".

Suspicions were further fueled by the Niihau Incident , as historian Gordon Prange stated "the rapidity with which the three resident Japanese went over to the pilot's cause" which troubled the Hawaiians. The attack, the subsequent declarations of war, and fear of " Fifth Columnists " resulted in internment of Japanese, German, and Italian populations in the United States and others, for instance the Japanese American internment , German American internment , Italian American internment , Japanese Canadian internment , and Italian Canadian internment.

The consequences were world-changing. Prime Minister Winston Churchill knew that the survival of the British Empire depended on American aid, and since had frequently asked Roosevelt to declare war. Churchill aide John Colville stated that the prime minister and American Ambassador John Gilbert Winant , who also supported the British, "sort of danced around the room together" as the United States would now enter the war, making a British victory likely.

By opening the Pacific War , which ended in the unconditional surrender of Japan, the attack on Pearl Harbor led to the breaking of an Asian check on Soviet expansion. The Allied victory in this war and the subsequent U. Pearl Harbor is generally regarded as an extraordinary event in American history, remembered as the first time since the War of that America was attacked in strength on its territory by foreign people — with only the September 11 attacks almost 60 years later being of a similarly catastrophic scale.

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It has become synonymous with "surprise attack" or "sneak attack" ever since in American parlance. The U. Some Japanese today feel they were compelled to fight because of threats to their national interests and an embargo imposed by the United States, the United Kingdom and the Netherlands. The most important embargo was on oil on which its Navy and much of the economy was dependent.

In putting the Pearl Harbor attack into context, Japanese writers repeatedly contrast the thousands of U. However, in spite of the perceived inevitability of the war by many Japanese, many also believe the Pearl Harbor attack, although a tactical victory, was actually part of a seriously flawed strategy against the U. As one columnist wrote, "The Pearl Harbor attack was a brilliant tactic, but part of a strategy based on the belief that a spirit as firm as iron and as beautiful as cherry blossoms could overcome the materially wealthy United States.

That strategy was flawed, and Japan's total defeat would follow. Washington time, 25 minutes before the attack at Pearl Harbor was scheduled to begin. This officially acknowledged something that had been publicly known for years. Diplomatic communications had been coordinated well in advance with the attack, but had failed delivery at the intended time.

It appears the Japanese government was referring to the "part message", which did not actually break off negotiations, let alone declare war, but did officially raise the possibility of a break in relations. However, because of various delays, the Japanese ambassador was unable to deliver this message until well after the attack had begun.

Imperial Japanese military leaders appear to have had mixed feelings about the attack. Fleet Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto was unhappy about the botched timing of the breaking off of negotiations. He is on record as having said, in the previous year, "I can run wild for six months Yamamoto had said, [ when? We would have to march into Washington and sign the treaty in the White House.

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I wonder if our politicians who speak so lightly of a Japanese-American war have confidence as to the outcome and are prepared to make the necessary sacrifices? There are some revisionists in Japan who claim that the attack on Pearl Harbor was a legitimate attack. These historical perspectives are often claimed by Japanese Shintoist and nationalists and have been criticized from both inside and outside Japan. While not specifically directed at revisionism, but more as a likely result of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe 's controversial visits to the Yasukuni Shrine , where some 1, war criminals were enshrined after their executions , by February some concern within the Imperial House of Japan — which normally does not issue such statements — over the issue was voiced by Crown Prince Naruhito.

The attack was notable for its considerable destruction, as putting most of the U. Influenced by the earlier Battle of Taranto , which pioneered the all-aircraft naval attack but resulted in far less damage and casualties, the Japanese struck against Pearl Harbor on a much larger scale than did the British at Taranto. The attack was a great shock to all the Allies in the Pacific Theater , and it was initially believed Pearl Harbor changed the balance of power , similar to how Taranto did the Mediterranean , both in the attackers' favor.

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As I turned and twisted in bed the full horror of the news sank in upon me. Over this vast expanse of waters Japan was supreme and we everywhere were weak and naked. However, Pearl Harbor did not have as crippling an effect on American operations as initially thought. Unlike the close confines of the Mediterranean , the vast expanses of the Pacific limited the tactical value of battleships as a fleet in being. Furthermore, unlike new fast battleships such as the Iowa class , the slow battleships were incapable of operating with carrier task forces, so once repaired they were relegated to delivering pre-invasion bombardments during the island hopping offensive against Japanese-held islands.

Seeing the decimation of battleships at the hands of aircraft, Yamamoto and his successors hoarded his battleships for a "decisive battle" that never happened, only committing a handful to the forefront of the Battles of Midway and Guadalcanal. One of the main Japanese objectives was to destroy the three American aircraft carriers stationed in the Pacific, but they were not present: Enterprise was returning from Wake, Lexington from Midway, and Saratoga was under refit at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard.

Had Japan sunk the American carriers, the U. As it was, the elimination of the battleships left the U. Navy with no choice but to place its faith in aircraft carriers and submarines—particularly the large numbers under construction of the U. Navy's Essex-class aircraft carriers , eleven of which had been ordered before the attack—the very weapons with which the U. Navy halted and eventually reversed the Japanese advance. Despite the perception of this battle as a devastating blow to America, only three ships were permanently lost to the U. These were the battleships Arizona , Oklahoma , and the old battleship Utah then used as a target ship ; nevertheless, much usable material was salvaged from them, including the two aft main turrets from Arizona.

The majority of each battleship's crews survived; there were exceptions as heavy casualties resulted from Arizona 's magazine exploding and the Oklahoma capsizing. Four ships sunk during the attack were later raised and returned to duty, including the battleships California , West Virginia and Nevada. California and West Virginia had an effective torpedo-defense system which held up remarkably well, despite the weight of fire they had to endure, resulting in most of their crews being saved.

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Maryland and Tennessee suffered relatively light damage, as did Pennsylvania , which was in drydock at the time. With the American carriers absent and Kimmel's battleships at a severe disadvantage to the Japanese carriers, the likely result would have been the sinking of the American battleships at sea in deep water, where they would have been lost forever with tremendous casualties up to twenty thousand dead , instead of in Pearl Harbor, where the crews could easily be rescued, and six battleships ultimately restored to duty.

The repaired U. Their low speed was a liability to their deployment in the vast expanses of the Pacific , for instance they could not accompany the fleet carriers that had become the dominant combatants.

Six of the Standard Type vessels participated in the last battleship versus battleship engagement in naval history, the Battle of Surigao Strait , where none of them were hit. During active duty, being well protected by escorts and air cover, none of the Pearl Harbor battleships suffered serious damage save for Pennsylvania which was permanently crippled by a torpedo in the closing stages of the war; on September 2, , West Virginia was among the Allied fleet in Tokyo Bay when the Japanese officially surrendered.

The attack on Pearl Harbor failed to sight, or destroy, any of the Pacific Fleet's three aircraft carriers; they had been designated as primary targets along with the battleships. In addition, Yamamoto's targeting priorities, placing battleships first in importance, reflected an out-of-date Mahanian doctrine , and an inability to extrapolate from history, given the damage German submarines did to British trade in World War I. In the end, Japan achieved surprisingly little for all her daring and apparent success.

About this missed opportunity, Admiral Chester Nimitz would later say, "Had the Japanese destroyed the oil, it would have prolonged the war another two years. The Navy Yard, critical to ship maintenance, and repair of ships damaged in the attack was untouched. The engineering and initial repair shops, as well as the torpedo store, were intact.

Other items of base infrastructure and operation, such as power generation, continued to operate normally. It was undamaged and even benefited by gaining staff from unemployed ship's bands. The Army Air Force's loss of aircraft must be balanced against the fact that many of them were obsolete, such as the P's predecessor, the P Japan might have achieved a good deal more with not much additional effort or loss. Of the 22 Japanese ships that took part in the attack, only one survived the war. As of , the only U. Both remained active over 50 years after the attack and have been designated museum ships.

A common view is that the Japanese fell victim to victory disease because of the perceived ease of their first victories. It has also been stated by the Japanese military commanders and politicians who visited and lived in the United States, that their leadership mostly military personnel took the war with the United States relatively lightly, compared to them. For instance, Admiral Yamamoto and General Tadamichi Kuribayashi expressed concerns about the greater industrial power of the United States.