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December 8 1941 was a solemn day The day after Japan dropped the bomb on Pearl Harbor the people of the United States mourned If ever there was a time when Americans wanted to enter World War II it was then The United Sates had been deceived by the Empire of Japan with whom they thought they were at peace Franklin Roosevelts speech to Congress asking for permission to declare war on Japan shows the resentment and despair of the American people After the bombing of Pearl Harbor many Americans felt a lot of resentment against Japan and the Japanese Much of this resentment arose because Japan gave the United States a false hope of peace between the two countries Also from the evidence it appeared that the attack was premeditated Because of the distance between Japan and Hawaii it was found that the attack had been planned days possibly weeks beforehand Roosevelt 170 During the time before the attack the Japanese had deceived the United States into believing they were at peace with one another Because of the bombing by Japan the American people were mourning the loss of their soldiers lives They also were angry with the destruction of the naval and military forces along with the attacks on Hong Kong Guam the Philippine Islands Wake Island and Midway Island all within hours of each other The American people along with the government wanted nothing more than to destroy Japan and win the war In the Monica Sone document I belief that the frustrations that the Americans were feeling are expressed in their entirety The American people were so angry with the Japanese people and so afraid that the Japanese would attack again that the Americans basically rejected anyone that looked Japanese To the Americans regardless of whether you were native born if you looked Japanese you were the enemy The American government did not want to take chances so they
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