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Sunday, Dec. 7, 2008
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Recollections from Pearl Harbor
Today marks the 67th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. This is one of the most important chapters of American history.
The attack killed 2,350 people. Many others were injured. The attack also drew the United States into World War II.
It's important that we remember the attack on Pearl Harbor. We should also honor those who lost their lives there.
So, visit the Pearl Harbor Survivors Project. Many survivors have recorded their memories for future generations. You'll get a real sense of the fear and confusion surrounding the attack.
Just click Explore Stories to jump into the recorded stories. Or, take a more methodical approach by clicking Survivor Database.
The Survivor Database shows you a map of the harbor. Click on a region to see a list of the boats anchored there.
You can then link to stories from those serving on a particular ship. You can also read reports of the actions taken by the ship's crew.If you are a survivor of the attack, do us all a favor. Take the time to record your story. We would all like to hear it.
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