President Franklin D. Roosevelt signs the declaration of war against Japan after the attack on Pearl Harbor, United States.
United States USA Date:1941, December 8 Duration:2 min 34 sec Sound:Yes
America declares war on Japan during World War 2. U.S. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt addresses Congress at the U.S. Capitol. He gives a speech recounting the attack on Pearl Harbor and speaks of American success to come in the war against Japan. The President signs the declaration of war against Japan after the attack of Pearl Harbor. A large group of civilians enlist into the armed forces. Civilian young men taking an oath of service. View of new military recruits marching on a dock beside New York Harbor with view of New York City Manhattan skyline behind them. Newly commissioned U.S. officers at commissioning ceremony. Group of citizens gathered at a memorial service in Hawaii laying wreaths and mourning the loss of American lives from the Pearl Harbor attack by Japan. U.S. Navy Admiral Chester W. Nimitz presents medals to men of the armed forces who had defended Pearl Harbor. A large fleet en route to Honolulu with supplies. Filipino Forces march in Manila. Massive heavy artillery long gun being fired on Corregidor at Japanese forces.
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