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Where Were You...When the Japanese Attacked Pearl Harbor 75 Years Ago?

Not born yet?

Most people weren’t.

But a few of us were. I was 11 years old on that “Day of Infamy” That’s what President Franklin D. 373 more words


Winter Concert Information

Dear Parents and Guardians,

The Samuel W Shaw Winter Concert is taking place Wednesday, December 7th, at 7 pm.  Tickets can be purchased on-line (click here: … 534 more words

December 7th

Directors: John Ford, Gregg Toland
Producer: John Ford
Writer: Budd Schulberg (uncredited)
Cast: Walter Huston, Harry Davenport, Dana Andrews, James K. McGuinness
Studio: Navy Department, U.S. 1,646 more words

Film Analysis

Nobody Remembers Me, Screw You All


“December 7, 1941 – a date which will live in infamy,” were the words spoken by one of the most influential presidents in the United States history. 343 more words


Dec. 7th 1941

A little bit of information regarding

“Pearl Harbor Day”.

What happened on December 7 1941?

The attack on Pearl Harbor was a surprise military strike conducted by the Imperial Japanese Navy against the United States naval base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, on the morning of December 7, 1941 (December 8 in Japan).

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Taylor, Welch and Miller

I used to have a research paper on this topic and cannot find it so this may become a live document; changing over time as I remember or find my research. 1,837 more words

Deconstructing History

Remembering a Reason for the Military

Today, December 7th, is forever known as a day that will live in infamy. There are few better days each year to pause and remember the reason for the military, and few times that that is truer than in the dangerous age that we find ourselves living in. 564 more words

Marine Mammals