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The 70th anniversary of Pearl Harbor

A day of infamy, a day long ago

Seventy years after the Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor, scholars of history say the event shaped the lives of many who lived through it, long after the Dec. 7, 1941, date that lived in infamy. But that influence may be waning with younger generations.

Historians find Pearl Harbor fading from younger generations’ memories

Seventy years after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, scholars of history say the event shaped the lives of many who lived through it, long after the Dec. 7, 1941, date that lived in infamy. But that influence may be waning with younger generations.

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Lawrence Morgan 2 years, 4 months ago

This is a series of superb articles and photographs!

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