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  • Pearl Harbor, U.S.
    Sunday Dec 7, 1941

    Franklin D. Roosevelt

    Pearl Harbor

    Pearl Harbor, U.S.
    Sunday Dec 7, 1941

    On the morning of December 7, 1941, the Japanese struck the U.S. naval base at Pearl Harbor with a surprise attack, knocking out the main American battleship fleet and killing 2,403 American servicemen and civilians.




  • Pearl Harbor, U.S.
    Sunday Dec 7, 1941

    Adolf Hitler

    Pearl Harbor

    Pearl Harbor, U.S.
    Sunday Dec 7, 1941

    On 7 December 1941, Japan attacked the American fleet based at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Four days later, Hitler declared war against the United States.




  • Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, U.S.
    Sunday Dec 7, 1941

    Second Sino-Japanese War

    The Consequences of The attack on Pearl Harbor

    Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, U.S.
    Sunday Dec 7, 1941

    Following the attack on Pearl Harbor, the United States declared war against Japan, and within days China joined the Allies in formal declaration of war against Japan, Germany and Italy.




  • Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, U.S.
    Sunday Dec 7, 1941

    World War II

    Pearl Harbor

    Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, U.S.
    Sunday Dec 7, 1941

    On 7 December 1941 (8 December in Asian time zones), Japan attacked Pearl Harbor. The attack on Pearl Harbor a surprise military strike by the Imperial Navy Air Service upon the United States against naval base at Pearl Harbor.




  • Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, U.S.
    Sunday Dec 7, 1941

    Hirohito

    The Attack on Pearl Harbor

    Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, U.S.
    Sunday Dec 7, 1941

    On December 8 (December 7 in Hawaii), 1941, in simultaneous attacks, Japanese forces struck at the Hong Kong Garrison, the US Fleet in Pearl Harbor and in the Philippines, and began the invasion of Malaya.




  • U.S.
    Sunday Dec 7, 1947

    Marilyn Monroe

    First Appearance on Screen

    U.S.
    Sunday Dec 7, 1947

    She was given her first film role, bit parts in Dangerous Years (1947).




  • Springfield, Massachusetts, U.S.
    Sunday Dec 7, 1997

    Dwayne Johnson

    D-Generation X: In Your House

    Springfield, Massachusetts, U.S.
    Sunday Dec 7, 1997

    At D-Generation X: In Your House, Stone Cold Steve Austin defeated The Rock in under six minutes to retain the Intercontinental Championship. The next night on Raw Is War, Austin was ordered by Mr. McMahon to defend the title in a rematch, but forfeited it to The Rock instead, handing him the title belt before hitting him with the Stone Cold Stunner. The Rock feuded with Austin and Ken Shamrock through the end of 1997 and beginning of 1998.


  • San Francisco, California, U.S.
    Wednesday Dec 7, 2011

    Uber

    Uber announces it has raised $37 million in Series B round

    San Francisco, California, U.S.
    Wednesday Dec 7, 2011

    Uber announces it has raised $37 million in Series B round, including investors such as Goldman Sachs, Menlo Ventures (with Shervin Pishevar and Shawn Carolan co-leading Menlo's investment), and Bezos Expeditions.


  • Los Angeles, California, U.S.
    Monday Dec 7, 2015

    Ellie Goulding

    Grammy Award nomination

    Los Angeles, California, U.S.
    Monday Dec 7, 2015

    On 7 December 2015, "Love Me like You Do" earned Goulding a Grammy Award nomination for Best Pop Solo Performance.


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