Pearl Harbor Survivors Commemorate 77th Anniversary of Attack

On the morning of December 7, 1941, a Sunday, Japanese bombers flew across Oahu, Hawaii, and began their assault.

The attack killed more than 2,300 people, nearly half of them on the battleship USS Arizona. More than 1,100 were injured. After the attack, President Franklin D. Roosevelt delivered a speech before Congress, calling December 7th a “date which will live in infamy.” The U.S. declared war against Japan. (AP)

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December 7, 2018, marks the 77th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Here’s a look back at that fateful day, below…

<p>This picture, taken by a Japanese photographer, shows how American ships are clustered together before the surprise Japanese aerial attack on Pear Harbor, HI., on Sunday morning, Dec. 7, 1941. Minutes later the full impact of the assault was felt and Pearl Harbor became a flaming target. (AP Photo) </p>

Fifteen Pearl Harbor survivors return to the site of the December 7th attack 77 years later…

WWII Veterans, U.S. and allied service members, friends and family join to commemorate the 77th Anniversary of the Attacks on Pearl Harbor and Oahu, presented by the National Parks Service WWII Valor in the Pacific National Monument.


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