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When I was a little boy, my family and many others were rounded up by the U.S. government after Pearl Harbor and shipped off to Japanese internment camps. Many of us were U.S. citizens, but because of the way we looked, we were held prisoner in our own country. It has been my life goal to tell this story so that history never repeats itself. In my musical, Allegiance, to make sure we never forget the atrocities that occur when fear and division overtake our country. I invite you to see this…

. The battleship USS California is afire and listing to port in the Japanese aerial attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, on Dec. 7, 1941. Durrell Conner, who coded and decoded messages for the Navy, was aboard the USS California when it sank in Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941. Conner will return with 17 family members to remember those who died in the Japanese attack 69 years ago during the Pearl Harbor Anniversary. (AP Photo)

Over the years there were rumors that “FDR allowed the Pearl Harbor attack to happen” but these were cast aside as crackpot conspiracy theories, backed by zero evidence. But such dismissals didn’t work when Robert Stinnett published his book“Day Of Deceit: The Truth About FDR and Pearl Harbor”in 1999.Stinnett, a decorated WWII veteran and author, requested files about the attack, and the events preceding it, through the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). He discovered that FDR not only…

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On the morning of December 7, 1941, the United States naval base at Pearl Harbor was attacked by the Imperial Japanese Navy. After this unexpected attack, the United States officially entered World War II. The interviewed veteran, J.C. Alton, was stationed at Pearl Harbor when the base was attacked. Alton shares his experiences about that devastating morning and the lasting effects that the war has had on him.

"A disabled veteran has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to consider anew whether states violate federal law when they allow divorce courts to count a veteran’s disability compensation in calculating spousal support."

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Black History Month Nurse Highlight: Mabel Keaton Staupers led the battler to end racial prejudice in nursing. Color was the greatest obstacle that had to be faced by every black aspiring to become nurse in the early years. Her efforts to bring end to racial discrimination among nurses paid off when the government integrated black nursing in the U.S. Army Nurses Corps after Pearl Harbor. She became an ANA Hall of Fame inductee in 1989. #blackhistorymonth #BHM

TIL of Francis P Hammerberg. During salvage efforts in Pearl Harbor two Navy Divers became trapped when a piece of wreckage collapsed. By tunneling through 20' of mud and steel he saved both men but became trapped himself in the wreckage. He died 18 hours later and was awarded the Medal of Honor.