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kimberlyevens

  • one year ago

Can someone help me out with an outline on the attack on Pearl Harbor

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  1. kimberlyevens
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    @CanadianSteve99

  2. kimberlyevens
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    it needs to be in this format I. Introduction A. Attention-getter B. Background information connecting the reader to the subject C. Thesis: (write the complete thesis statement) II. Category 1 (change this to the actual name of category): topic sentence A. First point 1. Supporting evidence—quote, paraphrase, or detail 2. Another piece of supporting evidence B. Second point 1. Supporting evidence 2. Supporting evidence C. Third point (Same as above) III. Category 2: topic sentence A. First point 1. Supporting evidence 2. Supporting evidence B. Second point IV. Category 3: topic sentence V. Conclusion Your sub points for the conclusion to wrap up the overarching

  3. CanadianSteve99
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    Alright, let us start with the "A. Attention grabber" Like some kind of catchy start off sentence.

  4. CanadianSteve99
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    So...got any ideas? Something that has to do with Pearl Harbor or something?

  5. anonymous
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    The tragic day that brought America into war. I just wanted to share my thought xD

  6. kimberlyevens
    • one year ago
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    I have the first part of the outline except part b I. The Attack on Pearl Harbor happened in Hawaii on December 7, 1941 killing more than 2,000 soldiers and injuring 1,000. A. Thousands of Americans died in the devastating attack on Pearl Harbor. B. Background information connecting the reader to the subject C. The attack on Pearl Harbor was the beginning of America’s involvement in World War II and a four-year war in the Pacific Ocean with Japan.

  7. CanadianSteve99
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    Do your parents remember hearing about Pearl Harbor when it happened? Possibly grandparents? And what the heck TPunt xD

  8. anonymous
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    What I just wanted to say how I felt and omg it sounds cool when I read it over and over again xD

  9. anonymous
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    my grandma might know about the pearl harbor thingy but she kinda needs to be in a lunie house....

  10. kimberlyevens
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    no the only family that was alive when it happend was my great grandparents and unfortunately they have pasted

  11. CanadianSteve99
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    Ah, sorry for you loss and sorry for the loony thing Tpunt. My great grandparents told me they felt a great despair, as did all of America. Try something like that?

  12. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    I did a project or two on pearl harbor so ill just share some of my info that i hope can help. What were the reasons the bomb should have been used on Japan? I think the reasons the bomb should have been used was because of the random attack on Pearl Harbor. Especially because what they did killed thousands of people and rescinding our ships. If we dropped the bomb on them it might have been the only way to force them to give up and admit defeat. During the war Japan didn’t seem like they would ever give up. In order for us to win we dropped two bombs. One in Hiroshima and it almost completely destroyed the place. Another bombing would be in Nagasaki this showed our strength and accelerated the surrender of Japan in World War II. What were the reasons the bomb should not have been used on Japan? It should not have been dropped. The reason is because the first bomb attack killed about 50,000 innocent people. The second one killed around 40,000. The bombs ruined many buildings taking jobs away from those who could still work and are actually alive. This event was very upsetting but it was what needed to be done. Should the atomic bomb have been used on Japan? Why or why not? I don’t think it was a good idea to use the atomic bombs. President Truman sanctioned the use of atomic bomb. The thing is not all military leaders agreed with the decision. Once the Soviets declared war, they vied, Japan would surrender. This was a bad decision that was made because it makes us look like we are barbaric people that do things on an impulse. The atomic bombs were dropped on heavily populated areas and the people there struggled after that because many more died from the radiation that was left over. sorry its like a lot

  13. kimberlyevens
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    ok

  14. kimberlyevens
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    Thanks @Tpunt1125

  15. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    trust me I have other things but ah it would be like 7 paragraphs soo xD

  16. CanadianSteve99
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    Dang, so much info O_O I think you could split that info up a bit and make paragraphs out of it. It wouldn't be plagiarism if you just give Tpunt credit somehow.

  17. anonymous
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    lol it was for my old assignment I did not to long ago now im on korean war

  18. anonymous
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    that is mostly for atomic bombs though

  19. CanadianSteve99
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    Ah, I'm currently doing a project on The Hundred Year War

  20. anonymous
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    fun

  21. anonymous
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    When was the tipping point at which the United States could no longer be considered an isolated nation? The reason why we are no longer thought of as an isolated country was because the Japanese decided to bomb Pearl Harbor. Another thing that made the US no longer isolated was the fact that German submarines entered our territory without permission and started attacking us. At what point could the United States no longer avoid involvement in World War II? I think we could no longer not be involved when Japan and Germany attacked us. Which did put fear into the American citizens so we decided to do something about it. Explain the reasons for U.S. neutrality during the 1920s and 1930s. How did ideas about neutrality change during the period from the end of World War I to the passage of the Lend-Lease Act? One of the biggest reasons would have to be that America was an isolationist country. Some books and articles claimed that arms manufacturers had pressed the United States into World War I to gain income. In 1934, the Senate made a committee directed by Senator George Nye to examine these statements. The Committee's investigation was not able to discover any evidence of a real scheme. When the Nye Committee terminated its search in 1936, communal backing for U.S. isolationism ran high. In your opinion, what was the point at which U.S. actions were no longer neutral? I believe the point we were no longer neutral was when Japan started to expand and progress. Our neutrality was being looked into because events started unfolding in the last half of the 1930s. Japan began to invade China which the U.S was a supporter of China but we still helped aid them. President Roosevelt, refused to beseech the Neutrality Acts. He did this because Japan nor China declared a war between one another. Roosevelt helped by using a cash and carry strategy which was China would pay for materials, and British ships were used to carry the supplies to them. This stunt enraged isolationists. Criticize or defend each of the U.S. actions surrounding World War II that are listed below. 1st Neutrality Act- In 1936, The Nye committee stopped all inquiry after that the public support for U.S. isolationism elevated. It was then that the political environment basically make Congress have to approve the first Neutrality Acts. The Neutrality Acts of 1935 and 1936 striped Americans from being able to offer cash to warring nations. Or being able to do any marketing of those fire arms. Cash and Carry- I don’t think we needed the cash and carry act to be honest. It wasn’t necessary since it would make the U.S look and cause it to be fragile. The U.S could sell military resources to fighting countries. These nations were told it’s mandatory to transport the supplies on their own ships and pay for everything in cash. Doing this seems to have made protecting the U.S to be difficult. U.S aid to China- I support the U.S decision on helping China. In Asia, aggressive nationalists began to dictate Japan's government. Japan invaded Manchuria to take control of its natural resources. Then Japan invaded China which is where the U.S helped. President Roosevelt, refused to beseech the Neutrality Acts. He did this because Japan nor China declared a war. The U.S used the cash and carry system to help China. Lend-Lease Act- I feel that the lend lease act was a great idea. It was able to help countries that were fighting against Britain. It was able to sell products or give defense to those people who wished for it without having to pay in cash. This act also gave the U.S a lot of respect from others. Ahem this should also help with other parts if you need it sorry for all the info but it comes from my project and the textbook

  22. kimberlyevens
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    ok thank you

  23. anonymous
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    you are very welcome :)

  24. anonymous
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    @loser66

  25. Loser66
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    woahhhhhhhhhhhhh!! a very long question. I am sorry. I am useless here.

  26. anonymous
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    Here. What's the first part you need help with?

  27. kimberlyevens
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    I have the first part except part b I. The Attack on Pearl Harbor happened in Hawaii on December 7, 1941 killing more than 2,000 soldiers and injuring 1,000. A. Thousands of Americans died in the devastating attack on Pearl Harbor. B. Background information connecting the reader to the subject C. The attack on Pearl Harbor was the beginning of America’s involvement in World War II and a four-year war in the Pacific Ocean with Japan.

  28. anonymous
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    holy crap ummm i dont know with any of that

  29. anonymous
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    B. Background information connecting the reader to the subject Sounds to me like you might want to try and use emotion to connect to the readers. Many people died. That's sure to strike a connection especially if the reader has lost someone in their life. And overall as humans, we mourn the dead.

  30. kimberlyevens
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    ok

  31. kimberlyevens
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    can do the topic sentence please for II. Category 1 (change this to the actual name of category): topic sentence

  32. anonymous
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    I am confused on the instructions. Do you need help coming up with a topic sentence?

  33. kimberlyevens
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    yes but I know what I want it to be on

  34. anonymous
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    So you know what you want it to be on. Tell me.

  35. kimberlyevens
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    ok i want it to be about the rising tension between Japan and the United States. Use the section called: “PEARL HARBOR AND THE ROAD TO WAR” http://www.history.com/topics/world-war-ii/pearl-harbor

  36. anonymous
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    Do you have a title or two in mind already?

  37. kimberlyevens
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    what do you mean

  38. kimberlyevens
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    a title for what

  39. anonymous
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    Oh sorry. Not title, I meant the topic sentence.

  40. kimberlyevens
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    I found this online maybe we can tweak it so that way it is not plagiarizing. Between 1937 and 1941, escalating conflict between China and Japan influenced U.S. relations with both nations, and ultimately contributed to pushing the United States toward full-scale war with Japan and Germany.

  41. kimberlyevens
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    hey are you still there @Catseyeglint911

  42. anonymous
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    Sorry, my internet connection is horrible.

  43. anonymous
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    Why don't you try to re-word it and I'll help you make any necessary changes?

  44. kimberlyevens
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    ok well the only problem with that sentence is that i need to have it from 1 of 3 sites and its not so i cant use because my will ask me where i got the info from

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