Attack on Pearl Harbor
The attack on Pearl Harbor was a military attack on 7 December 1941 by Japan on the neutral United States, more specifically an attack on the naval base at Pearl Harbor in Honolulu, Hawaii. The naval base and the United States Pacific Fleet was damaged and 2,403 Americans were killed. Regarding more details on the politically correct view on this, see the "External links" section.
Revisionist criticisms of the official version include that individuals in the United States government are argued to have had foreknowledge of the attack, without acting on this information, or even deliberately precipitated the attack in order to bring the United States into WWII. See the "External links" section.
Another revisionist view is on the importance of influential Communist infiltrators, notably Harry Dexter White, who are argued to have been important in inciting a war between Japan and the United States. See the "External links" section.
Another aspect is the following German declaration of war on the United States, often described in politically correct sources as a gigantic German mistake. See the section on WWII in Revisionist views on the causes of the World Wars.
- Empire of Japan
- International Military Tribunal for the Far East
- Sinking of the RMS Lusitania
- Revisionist views on the causes of the World Wars
Politically correct views
- Encyclopedia Britannica: Pearl Harbor attack
- Encyclopedia.com: Pearl Harbor Attack
- Encyclopedia.com: Pearl Harbor, Attack on
- Pearl Harbor: Fifty Years of Controversy
- The Case for Pearl Harbor Revisionism
- How U.S. Economic Warfare Provoked Japan’s Attack on Pearl Harbor
- Operation Snow: How a Soviet Mole in FDR's White House Triggered Pearl Harbor
- The Communist Agent Who Caused Pearl Harbor — and Global Economic Havoc