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By the time this article went to press the Pear Harbor attack was already over a year old - and like the articles that came out in '41, these two pages capture much of the outrage that was the general feeling among so many of the American people. The article serves to give an account as to how the ships that were damaged that morning have largely recovered and were once again at sea (excluding the ARIZONA).

The morning after the Japanese attack, President Roosevelt stood before the microphones in the well of the U.S. Capitol asking Congress to declare war against Japan; CLICK HERE to hear about the reactions of the American public during his broadcast...

Additional articles about the Pearl Harbor attack can be found here...

     


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The Pearl Harbor Story (Yank Magazine, 1942)

The Pearl Harbor Story (Yank Magazine, 1942)

The Pearl Harbor Story (Yank Magazine, 1942)

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