Do you remember learning about the Pearl Harbor attack at school?
Asked at Dillons, 3000 W. 6th St. on December 5, 2011
“I don’t remember much from school, but I learned about it from my grandfather, who was stationed there after it happened. He wanted us to see it and took about 30 in my family. It meant a lot to him.”
“Yes. Dec. 7, 1941 — it was a surprise attack; Congress declared war by the end of the day. And then the U.S. was in World War II.”
“I don’t remember talking about it in school until college, and then it was people talking about controversy — comparing to administrations and warnings of potential terror attacks. ”
“I don’t remember learning it at school. I think I learned more from movies, but that may be because I’m just more of a visual learner.”