The Infamy Speech was delivered by President Roosevelt to emphasize the events that took place in Pearl Harbor.
- The Infamy Speech was delivered by President Franklin D. Roosevelt to the US Congress's Joint Session in 1941.
- It is most commonly called "Pearl Harbor Speech" because the speech was delivered one day after Japan announced war on the US, by attacking Pearl Harbor.
- It got its name because of the starting statement - "a date which will live in infamy."
- The speech was about seven minutes and the message was to the Americans - to never forget this day of infamy, to not forget the attack and to always remember the date.
- He emphasized the events that took place in Pearl Harbor and was a call to the Arms.