We want to get different perspectives from all over the world about Pearl Harbor. Check out a History Textbook & Join in! CONTRIBUTE HERE
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EVERYONE W/ A CAMERA: Check out a Textbook from your Library & RECord yourself answering the following questions about Pearl Harbor:
According to your Textbook, what was the pre-war relationship like between The United States & Japan? How did their conflict escalate into the bombing of Pearl Harbor?
How does your Textbook describe the bombing. Was it a surprise attack? Or was it a miscommunication?
Why do you think your Textbook presents Pearl Harbor in this way?

We want to get different perspectives from all over the world about Pearl Harbor. Check out a History Textbook & Join in! CONTRIBUTE HERE

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CONTRIBUTE HERE

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EVERYONE W/ A CAMERA: Check out a Textbook from your Library & RECord yourself answering the following questions about Pearl Harbor:

  1. According to your Textbook, what was the pre-war relationship like between The United States & Japan? How did their conflict escalate into the bombing of Pearl Harbor?
  2. How does your Textbook describe the bombing. Was it a surprise attack? Or was it a miscommunication?
  3. Why do you think your Textbook presents Pearl Harbor in this way?
CONTRIBUTE HERE
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EVERYONE W/ A CAMERA: Check out a Textbook from your Library & RECord yourself answering the following questions about Pearl Harbor:
According to your Textbook, what was the pre-war relationship like between The United States & Japan? How did their conflict escalate into the bombing of Pearl Harbor?
How does your Textbook describe the bombing. Was it a surprise attack? Or was it a miscommunication?
Why do you think your Textbook presents Pearl Harbor in this way?

CONTRIBUTE HERE

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EVERYONE W/ A CAMERA: Check out a Textbook from your Library & RECord yourself answering the following questions about Pearl Harbor:

  1. According to your Textbook, what was the pre-war relationship like between The United States & Japan? How did their conflict escalate into the bombing of Pearl Harbor?
  2. How does your Textbook describe the bombing. Was it a surprise attack? Or was it a miscommunication?
  3. Why do you think your Textbook presents Pearl Harbor in this way?
CONTRIBUTE HERE
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EVERYONE W/ A CAMERA: Check out a Textbook from your Library & RECord yourself on camera paraphrasing how the textbook talks about one of these historical events:
Pearl Harbor
World War II
Cold War
Cuban Missile Crisis
Iraq War (2002)

CONTRIBUTE HERE

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EVERYONE W/ A CAMERA: Check out a Textbook from your Library & RECord yourself on camera paraphrasing how the textbook talks about one of these historical events:

  1. Pearl Harbor
  2. World War II
  3. Cold War
  4. Cuban Missile Crisis
  5. Iraq War (2002)