President Franklin Roosevelt and his defense cabinet discuss retaliation plans for the Pearl Harbor attack. He urges them to strike the heart of Japan and not to give up or give in. When they claim his request is not possible, he stands up out of his wheelchair to illustrate that it can be done.
This clip describes the attack on Pearl Harbor, which quickly crippled the United States' Naval Forces in less than 2 hours. It includes footage of the attacks and testimony from survivors. The clip explains the impact of the Pearl Harbor attacks: they drove the United States into WWII and increased racial tensions domestically.
President Franklin Delano Roosevelt gives his famous speech to Congress following the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. At the end of his speech, he asks Congress to declare war against Japan, which officially brings the United States into World War II.
One of the crews that took part in the Doolittle Raid following the Pearl Harbor attack is put on trial by the Japanese government. Captain Ross gives a speech in which he warns the Japanese that the American government will retaliate with force. The whole crew was sentenced to death.