Thoughts on Pearl Harbor Day
Seventy years ago the United States was attacked by the Japanese and we were plunged into what became World War II…and we stayed in some form of military activity for decades thereafter. Korea, Cuba, Viet Nam, Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan… even times of peace have been warlike.
However, Pearl Harbor Day makes us realize that we were vulnerable to someone else’s plans (as did 9/11) and we became a defensive nation as a result.
- Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day (thepaolite.wordpress.com)
- Looking Back on the 70th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor Day (geardiary.com)
- Pearl Harbor Day 2011: three enduring mysteries – Christian Science Monitor (csmonitor.com)
- Pearl Harbor Day: Attack forced U.S. into world events (pennlive.com)
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