America says!: Dude, Japan, you know I think you're awesome, but the next time you decide you want world domination and you randomly show up at my house and shoot me down in my own back yard, I will blow you up and this time there'll be NOTHING LEFT.
In the US propaganda showing hatred for Japanese was posted. In the poster above it shows an American man, wearing a patriotic shirt, present at the attack of Pearl Harbor. The man appears to be drowning in the water with sinking ships surrounding him and Japanese planes flying above, the man has his fist in the air showing his hatred and his persistence not to give up. The propaganda says Avenge Pearl Harbor our bullets will do it. This means the US will get back at Japan for their actions.
Most people think I was named for the state but it’s not true, I was named for a battleship.. the USS Arizona. My grandfather was serving on the Arizona when the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor and he saved 19 men before he drowned. Pretty much everything my father did his whole life was about honoring that sacrifice. I was raised to be a good man in a storm, raised to love my country, love my family, protect the things I love. "
Pearl Harbor Memorial ~ Oahu, Hawaii 1177 young men who were 19-20 years old lost their lives, when the ship the "Arizona" was sunk, during the bombing of Pearl Harbor. 1102 of them still lie in their watery grave in the sunken ship. Very emotional and sobering to see.
Vintage Recruitment Poster WAAC Pearl Harbor quickly put an end to the debate over accepting women directly into the Army. When faced with fighting a 2-front war, supplying men and materiel for war, military and politicians realized women could supply additional resources desperately needed in the military. The Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC) was officially established in May 1942 to provide women to fill support roles and free up more men for combat duty.
Cornelia Fort, 1941. Fort was a civilian instructor pilot at an airfield near Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, when the Japanese attacked on Dec. 7, 1941. She was killed on March 21, 1943 while ferrying BT-13 trainers in Texas, making her the first American woman to die on active military duty. She is pictured here with a PT-19A. Photo courtesy of the US Air Force.
JOHN AND LOUISE DYSON | Mr. Dyson, nearly 80 when this image was taken in 1940, was born a slave. Photo: Outside their home in Fordstown, the name of a farm community at Cedar Point, in St. Mary's County, Maryland, evicted by the Federal Government for a Naval installation after the bombing of Pearl Harbor; today the Naval Air Station Patuxent River. — residents were offered very small sums for their land. (Library of Congress.)