Warfare History Network History, Asia Winston Churchill, for one, thought so. This is a story of what might have been. If Japan had chosen to attack far-off British Malaya on December 7, 1941, instead of Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, President...Show More Summary
At the US Army's Sniper School at Fort Benning in Georgia, students undergo some of the most grueling training the force offers. The Navy made incredible photos to show present-day Pearl Harbor compared with the day of the attack Unforgettable...Show More Summary
The U.S. military treated it as a purely military matter that didn’t need civilian approval. Admiral Nimitz authorized the interception, and the orders were passed down the military chain of command. There was no presidential decision nor Justice Department review.
Michael Peck Security, Asia A history lesson from the pages of World War II. But what’s really interesting is that compared with the controversy over today’s targeted assassinations, there was remarkably little fuss made over the decision to kill Yamamoto. Show More Summary
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — The funeral for a recently identified Kentucky sailor who was killed in the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor 76 years ago is bringing his family together for the first time in decades.
By DANA MILBANK WASHINGTON — Thursday was Pearl Harbor Day, the anniversary of one of the deadliest attacks on American soil and perhaps the most unifying day in American history. This year some of us marked Pearl Harbor Day by attacking America from within. For five hours on Thursday, President Trump’s partisans delivered a reckless [...]Show More Summary
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Michael Ganitch, dressed in a Hawaiian shirt, impressed the president with his rendition of "Remember Pearl Harbor."
The bombing of Pearl Harbor not only marked a turning point in America’s role in World War II, but also helped catalyze rampant anti-Japanese sentiment across the country.
WATCH: Pearl Harbor vet bursts into song during ceremony with President Trump pic.twitter.com/UTQJ1u8ch9— NBC News (@NBCNews) December 7, 2017 Dave In Texas used to do the war remembrance threads. He was good at it. I'm not, and I don't have...
France’s Ambassador to the United States, Gérard Araud?, attacked the United States Thursday evening on Pearl Harbor Day in a statement posted to Twitter that ripped the U.S. for its non-interventionist foreign policy in the 1930s. This...Show More Summary
In December 2013 Barack Obama honored the dead from Pearl Harbor by posting a photo of himself. In December 2016, on the 75th anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attacks, Barack Obama honored the fallen heroes of Pearl Harbor with another photo of himself. Show More Summary
It’s moments like these that remind us how special our veterans are. Right before President Trump signed the Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day Proclamation, Chief Quartermaster Michael “Mickey” Ganitch broke into a rendition of “Remember Pearl Harbor.” Pres. Show More Summary
HONOLULU (AP) — Survivors gathered Thursday at the site of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor to remember fellow servicemen killed in the early morning raid 76 years ago, paying homage to the thousands who died with a solemn ceremony marking the surprise bombing raid that plunged the U.S. into World War II.
But the veterans "gave it to 'em pretty good," the president says on anniversary of the 1941 attack.
Fellow RedStater Dan Spencer wrote this morning about Pearl Harbor Day, the Day of Infamy. Obviously, you’ve already read that. Obviously. Here are 5 videos you should watch to understand more about that day, what those men and women experienced, and what it meant for the world. Show More Summary
"He's a very shy person." The post Watch: WWII Vet Becomes Star of the Show at White House Commemoration of Pearl Harbor Day appeared first on RedState.
The memoirs include the emperor’s account of the attack on Pearl Harbor and Japan’s surrender.
A standing-room-only crowd of several hundred on the hangar deck of the aircraft carrier Hornet in Alameda paused Thursday to remember Dec. 7, 1941, a day the United States would never forget. On that day 76 years ago, Japanese planes attacked the U.S. Show More Summary
Unfortunately for officials in Tokyo, the Japanese Navy had struck a powerful blow, but not a crippling one. Just as importantly, not a single U.S. aircraft carrier was in Pearl Harbor at the time. Despite the debacle, the Japanese Navy continued sending K?-hy?teki into combat.