Compare/Contrast Point by Point
Title: Unexpected Crazy Attacks
Introduction: Hard workers up in the towers minding their own business, when all of a sudden a crash arises. Two planes less than 5 minutes, on the morning of September 11, crash into the beautiful twin towers in NYC. Many years before this terrorist attack, in December of 1941, a similar but as well different attack occurred. Planes struck the navy base on Pearl Harbor. Streets are full, people working and a plane strikes a tower in the center of New York City. Working on a navy base and planes come out unexpected with terrorists planning to destroy everything. The bombing of Pearl Harbor was definitely unexpected, as was the plane wrecks on 9/11; many can believe Pearl Harbor did not hit as many emotions because it was not terrorists just people from Japan with hate. September 11th was a terrorist attack with Islamic citizens from a different country. Both attacks came as a shock but different reasoning’s. Looking into the past, September 11 was foreigners with no reason but to start a war with the United States so they took over a plane and crashed it while killing innocent Americans. In 1941 there was reason for the attack, the Japanese wanted to expand the camp and steal the important market. Pearl Harbor was what seemed to be a planned attack; the Japanese had to practice the attack to make sure they got every second just right. The bombing hurt all the ships but did not get the Pacific Fleet which was what the Japanese really wanted down. All the Pacific Fleet carriers were out this day. The first plane struck, it was an accident. At least that is what the citizens of America thought. No one knew what exactly happened except for chaos across town. Then out of nowhere another plane makes a sharp turn towards the towers. Once hitting the towers it exploded. After towers America thought it was done, and then there is report, the pentagon was struck by American Airlines Flight 77. The...
Cited: “Pearl Harbor.” 2013. The History Channel website. Nov 15 2013, 10:07 http://www.history.com/topics/pearl-harbor.
“9/11 Attacks.” 2013. The History Channel website. Nov 15 2013, 10:09 http://www.history.com/topics/9-11-attacks.
Dower, John W. Cultures of war : Pearl Harbor, Hiroshima, 9-11, Iraq/. New York: W. W. Norton. New Press, c2010. Print.
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