A unique perspective - visitors look down upon the USS Arizona  Jr Ranger Activity book - 12/7/41 Pearl Harbor

A unique perspective - visitors look down upon the USS Arizona Jr Ranger Activity book - 12/7/41 Pearl Harbor

Attack on Pearl Harbor The USS Arizona (BB-39) burning after the Japanese attack on Pearl harbor. December 7, 1941

Attack on Pearl Harbor The USS Arizona (BB-39) burning after the Japanese attack on Pearl harbor. December 7, 1941

December 7, 1941: Pearl Harbor, a naval base located in Hawaii, is bombed by the Japanese in the early hours of a Sunday morning. President Franklin D. Roosevelt had addressed Congress in one of the most famous speeches of the twentieth century, and the United States was at war with Japan. Pearl Harbor Day, was one of the most traumatic days that this nation has ever seen. How did people react to the news? WWII, World War II

December 7, 1941: Pearl Harbor, a naval base located in Hawaii, is bombed by the Japanese in the early hours of a Sunday morning. President Franklin D. Roosevelt had addressed Congress in one of the most famous speeches of the twentieth century, and the United States was at war with Japan. Pearl Harbor Day, was one of the most traumatic days that this nation has ever seen. How did people react to the news? WWII, World War II

Visit Hawaii: Pearl Harbor Memorial Facts, Hours and Exhibits - http://www.traveladvisortips.com/visit-hawaii-pearl-harbor-memorial-facts-hours-and-exhibits/

Visit Hawaii: Pearl Harbor Memorial Facts, Hours and Exhibits - http://www.traveladvisortips.com/visit-hawaii-pearl-harbor-memorial-facts-hours-and-exhibits/

December 7, 1941: Pearl Harbor, a naval base located in Hawaii, is bombed by the Japanese in the early hours of a Sunday morning. President Franklin D. Roosevelt had addressed Congress in one of the most famous speeches of the twentieth century, and the United States was at war with Japan. Pearl Harbor Day, was one of the most traumatic days that this nation has ever seen. How did people react to the news? WWII, World War II

December 7, 1941: Pearl Harbor, a naval base located in Hawaii, is bombed by the Japanese in the early hours of a Sunday morning. President Franklin D. Roosevelt had addressed Congress in one of the most famous speeches of the twentieth century, and the United States was at war with Japan. Pearl Harbor Day, was one of the most traumatic days that this nation has ever seen. How did people react to the news? WWII, World War II

Home to Waikiki, Pearl Harbor, the North Shore and a wealth of other activities, your dream vacation is yours to create on Oahu.

Home to Waikiki, Pearl Harbor, the North Shore and a wealth of other activities, your dream vacation is yours to create on Oahu.

http://www.traveladvisortips.com/visit-hawaii-pearl-harbor-memorial-facts-hours-and-exhibits/ - Visit Hawaii: Pearl Harbor Memorial Facts, Hours and Exhibits

http://www.traveladvisortips.com/visit-hawaii-pearl-harbor-memorial-facts-hours-and-exhibits/ - Visit Hawaii: Pearl Harbor Memorial Facts, Hours and Exhibits

December 7, 1941: Pearl Harbor, a naval base located in Hawaii, is bombed by the Japanese in the early hours of a Sunday morning. President Franklin D. Roosevelt had addressed Congress in one of the most famous speeches of the twentieth century, and the United States was at war with Japan. Pearl Harbor Day, was one of the most traumatic days that this nation has ever seen. How did people react to the news? WWII, World War II

December 7, 1941: Pearl Harbor, a naval base located in Hawaii, is bombed by the Japanese in the early hours of a Sunday morning. President Franklin D. Roosevelt had addressed Congress in one of the most famous speeches of the twentieth century, and the United States was at war with Japan. Pearl Harbor Day, was one of the most traumatic days that this nation has ever seen. How did people react to the news? WWII, World War II

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