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How Much Do You Know About Pearl Harbor?
What is the "date which will live in infamy"?

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1. What is the "date which will live in infamy"?
   December 7
   December 12
   March 15
   November 11
   February 14
2. How many times did Congress officially declare war before declaring war against Japan in World War II?
   One
   Two
   Three
   Four
   Five
3. The U.S. recruited what group of people to encrypt messages during World War II?
   Navajo
   Japanese
   Aleutian Islanders
   Russians
   Sioux
4. What was moved in 1940 to Pearl Harbor?
   A quarter of the U.S. fleet
   All aircraft carriers
   The majority of the U.S. fleet
   None of the U.S. fleet
   Submarines
5. The attack on Pearl Harbor destroyed how many ships?
   100
   50
   20
   10
   500
6. One December 8, 1941, Japan attacked U.S. airfields where?
   California
   Guam
   Philippines
   India
   Indonesia
7. What are battleships named after?
   Famous women
   U.S. states
   Capital cities
   Birds
   U.S. presidents
8. What became some of the most important naval vessels during the war?
   Submarines
   Aircraft carriers
   U-boats
   Dinghies
   Schooners
9. What is the name of the theory that President Roosevelt provoked the Japanese into attacking Pearl Harbor?
   End game
   Open-door-to war
   Back-door-to war
   Pearl Harbor
   Doublecross
10. In late December 2016, Japan's Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe, will be the first Japanese leader to visit Pearl Harbor since it was attacked in 1941. Who was the leader of Japan in 1945?
   Emperor Hirohito
   Prime Minister Suzuki
   Prime Minister Yoshida
   Emperor Akihito
   They had no leader



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