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Reasons for, Events Leading up to, the Attack and the Aftermath of the Attack on Pearl Harbor
During the 1930s, the U.S. watched Japan with growing concern for their aggressive territorial expansion. Japan was on a campaign to rule Southeast Asia and to build an empire. President Franklin D. Roosevelt took necessary precautions to ensure that this did not happen. He moved the main core of the U.S. Pacific Fleet from the west coast of the mainland of the U.S. to Hawaii, on the island of Oahu, at Pearl Harbor, in an attempt to strengthen the nation's military presence. The U.S. would then cut off oil exports to Japan. Without the U.S. supplying Japan with oil, the nation's military a…
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