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In my essay I will be comparing Tora Tora Tora and Pearl Harbor In the obvious sense both movies were about the bombing of Pearl Harbor Pearl Harbor was made in 2001 by Touchtone Pictures and Tora Tora Tora was made by Twentieth Century Fox in 1970 There is a big difference in the making of the movies which means the special effects will be different and so will the context But the story frame will be the same In Tora Tora Tora the movie was mostly based on the Japanese in planning for their attack in the pacific The movie starts off with the Japanese navy members all lined up on the deck awaiting the arrival of Vice-Admiral Yamamoto who studied at Harvard University which is in Boston He was the one who was setting up the attack if the US didnt negotiate peace with them In the US they had a new system in receiving messages from the Japanese This was called Operation Magic and the US decoded everything that came from Japan There were 14 messages in the whole movie and the 14th was the most vital message because it let the US know that the Japanese was going to attack Pearl Harbor on December 7th at 1pm their time Now towards the end of the movie it seemed like the US had a vague clue what the Japanese was going to do But the US wasnt too worried about it The radar on top of the mountain in the Hawaiian National Park spotted movement in the air about 140 miles away The two privates working the radar called it in to the information center but the commander there was like dont worry about it The Japanese was quite hesitant about this mission because their main target was the USs main carriers which had left the harbor They werent sure if they were going to be detected in the air field or
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