Remembering Pearl Harbor

I am sure that by now that every one of you knows what Pearl Harbor is since by now that Pearl Harbor story is in history books that is being used and being taught in History classes in every schools or institutes. The superficial of the Pearl Harbor story is that Pearl Harbor is a location in the state of Hawaii which is a state that belongs to the United States of America, this was during the World War Two or II as the Pearl Harbor is where the United States and its allies anchor their battleships waiting for their orders by the commander-in-chief which is the President of the United States. While they were waiting for their orders, it is also the place that the wounded battleships to anchor for the repairs or to get some fuels for their battleships and the whole deal. While the United States soldiers and its allies’ soldiers mingles with each other at some bars and other places they were in for a surprise. That surprise that no one likes and that no one ever want to see; the surprise was a heavy attack from Imperial Japanese Navy when they sent their planes to the United States soil in Hawaii. Imperial Japanese Navy showed up unannounced, under the radar and suddenly attacking everybody on Pearl Harbor by surprise. Sunk several battleships, destroyed several of their airplanes and killed over two thousand of soldiers including the ones that’s stationed on their battleships. So practically the Imperial Japanese Navy wiped most of Pearl Harbor, it is said that they do so to prevent them from defending United Kingdom and they knew that if they were to attack United States that United Kingdom would possibly have a strong defense due to the United States so in a sense they decided to attack the United States head-on and then go after the United Kingdom since they would have no backup defense which is some of them coming from Pearl Harbor.