Attack on Pearl Harbor

Attack on Pearl Harbor

Let’s remember Pearl Harbor . . . and the start of the American era

USS Arizona (BB-39) burning after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Source National Archives (Catalog ID 195617)
USS Arizona (BB-39) burning after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Source Natl Archives (Catalog ID 195617)   Wow! Magazine by Bookworm Room We remember Pearl Harbor, not just because it was an infamous attack on a peaceful nation, but because it marked the start of America’s world dominance. ...
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Ripples… From Pearl to Paterson

[This is a re-post of an essay published on December 7, 2016 and December 7, 2012 by our friend/fellow patriot, Moos.] The Attack On December 7th 1941, on an otherwise peaceful Sunday morning on a beautiful Hawaiian island, the first wave of Japanese airplanes left 6 aircraft carriers and ...
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As Pearl Harbor Survivors Dwindle, Their Stories Remain Timeless

[This is a re-post from December 7, 2017.] DoD Live By Katie Lange Defense Media Activity Dec. 7 marks the 76th anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor, a sneak attack by the Japanese in 1941 that took many American lives and thrust the United States into World War ...
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As Pearl Harbor Survivors Dwindle, Their Stories Remain Timeless

DoD Live By Katie Lange Defense Media Activity Dec. 7 marks the 76th anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor, a sneak attack by the Japanese in 1941 that took many American lives and thrust the United States into World War II. The “date which will live in infamy” ...
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Ripples… From Pearl to Paterson

Ripples…  From Pearl to Paterson
The following was originally posted December 7, 2012 by our friend/fellow patriot, Moos.  I am re-posting it here today.   The Attack On December 7th 1941, on an otherwise peaceful Sunday morning on a beautiful Hawaiian island, the first wave of Japanese airplanes left 6 aircraft carriers and struck ...
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Air Raid Pearl Harbor — This Is No Drill

Below is a post originally created December 7, 2012 by our friend/fellow patriot, Grumpy Elder which I thought was worth sharing with you. This urgent radio message was issued by the Commander in Chief of the Pacific Fleet (CINCPAC) minutes after the attack began. This urgent radio message was ...
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Pearl Harbor: A Day in Infamy

FYI on this Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day I am repeating my article from last year. Above is the Brownie camera the photos on this post were found in. See the pictures down toward the bottom. I am posting info from a friend on twitter, @RollinsWallace. The following are remembrances ...
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Pearl Harbor Day

  By Nebraska Energy Osbserver We often talk of World War II, it was a major series of events in American and world history, as long as those survivors were in charge, things were better than ever, as they leave the stage, we are seeming to come face-to-face with ...
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