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The Congressional Pearl Harbor Investigation

May 15, 2018 · Jason Alghussein
Almost from the moment the Japanese planes returned to their ships after their devastating attack on Pearl Harbor, there were all kinds of conspiracy theories about how they could have pulled off such a large operation that took the United States by complete surprise.  Some of these put President Franklin D. Roosevelt in the spotlight, […]
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Calvin Graham – The Youngest Recruit

April 05, 2018 · Jason Alghussein
The shock and trauma of Pearl Harbor wasn't only felt by adults. As news of the December 7, 1941 surprise Japanese attack spread across the United States, kids and adults alike all waited with racing hearts to hear what had happened, what the cause was, and if they should prepare themselves for additional attacks. Among […]
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After Pearl Harbor: American War Production

July 28, 2017 ·  
On December 6th, 1941, life in the United States was just like any other day. People went to work, factories produced whatever products or tools they always had; there wasn’t a lot for the nation to worry about, save for concerns about what was happening in Europe. World War II had been going on since […]
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How Pearl Harbor Inspired American Enlistment

July 25, 2017 ·  
Those living on the US mainland couldn’t actually hear the explosions of the falling bombs or the crewmen's screams that echoed throughout Pearl Harbor on the morning of December 7, 1941, but that doesn’t mean they weren’t stunned by Japan’s surprise attack. The entire nation felt the tragedy of the over 2,400 deaths that day […]
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World War II: The Attacks on American Soil

April 05, 2017 ·  
For the United States, World War II started with an attack on American soil. At the time, Hawaii was an American territory and Pearl Harbor was an American naval installation. While it was the first attack on American soil and was the catalyst for the United States joining the war, it wasn’t the only attack […]
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Remember Pearl Harbor Tour from Waikiki

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6-7 hours (approx.)
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The Complete Pearl Harbor Tour Experience With Lunch

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