The Seven Seas

Published in United States of America - Warfare analysis - 05 Feb 2016 21:17 - 3

Sorry but we're just too strong

You mess with the wrong guy you get burned


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Why Did Japan Attack Pearl Harbor? Pearl Harbor attack was actually a preventive strategy adopted by the Japanese government to put a hold on the unnecessary interference of U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt in the internal affairs of Japan. But there are a number of other factors that fueled the Japanese anger and led them to attack the US base as retaliation. Here are some other reasons given by critics. The most important reason was the ban imposed by President Roosevelt on the trade functions of Japan especially export of oil, steel and crap iron. This ban gave a great set back to Japanese economy and their trade and military was adversely affected. Japanese were on the way to emerge as the strongest naval power but America stood in their way. So Japanese wanted to clean their competitor and earn the title. America had not overcome the loss and outcome of World War I and they did not want to involve in another war that can take many lives. The Japanese thought that their idea of surprise attack was too powerful that would destroy the American navy and all its hopes. America also wanted Japan to withdraw from north Indo-China. Japanese were eager to take control of Asia but Americans won’t allow it. So they had only two options either to fight for control or just keep silent.
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