Pearl Harbor

Pearl Harbor

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  • On the early morning of Tuesday, December 7, it was untold what was going to happen that day. All the usual things were happening- people were fishing, buying houses,  doing chores needed around the house, and kids were playing.
  • Once the attack began, there was no warning, and no time to go to safety. Bombs dropped everywhere. Shooting flooded the island. Even though the attack was  2 hours and 5 minutes, thousands of people lost their lives. 
  • It took many days for some people to find their way out of the wreck that was left behind, and many lost were presumed dead.
  • In the days following, many protests were organized- by both navy soldiers and citizens- to avenge those who lost their lives in the battle.
  • After finding some of the bodies, a cemetery was made for those who both fought and those who were there when the attack occurred. Today, there is a memorial made for those killed and many still visit it today.
  • For the Victims of Pearl Harbor
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