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Richard Feren Dec 7
The most important thing to remember about the anniversary of Pearl Harbour is that the US refused to join the war against the fascists until 2 years later when they were attacked themselves.
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💙Rapunzel™ Dec 7
That’s it— i’m turning off the television before Trump can insult the veterans of World War II on .
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Kerry Cahill Dec 7
To all those past and present..we remember
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Greg Towne Dec 7
In 1992 When playing the Nike Tour I got the chance to meet Mary White a nurse that served at Pearl Harbor. She held my infant daughter, She taught me how to fly fish, she invited my family into her home each year. I will never forget her.
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hiSEAN808 Dec 7
My view at work everyday. It’s surreal to imagine the horrific deaths that took place here & all the brave heroes involved. Only fitting for the calm waters and no winds today, peaceful. “December 7, 1941 - a date which will live in infamy ...” 🇺🇸
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Sebastian Stan Rocks Dec 7
We shall never forget those who lost their lives at .
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Rep. Tim Walz Dec 7
Today, we remember the service and sacrifice of those who defended our country on December 7, 1941. To those who fought and those who gave their last breath that day, we are eternally in your debt.
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Josh Helton Dec 7
76 years ago today Japan woke up a sleeping giant. Remember those who gave everything that day. 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸
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PETER GRAIGS Dec 8
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Jennifer Grossman Dec 7
76 years ago today our nation's will was tested. Today we're stronger than ever. So proud to be an American on this day!
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59NationalParks.com Dec 7
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Col. Rob Maness ret. Dec 7
Today is . These enemies of freedom should not underestimate American strength and resolve. It’s past time to designate the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organization. 🇺🇸
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Wet Tribe Dec 7
Ho'oponopono is an ancient Hawaiian prayer used for healing. On we remember those we lost their lives and those who defended our country in World War II. Mahalo nui loa iā ʻoe!
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MISSION BBQ Dec 7
We loved Serving and Honoring you on . Thanks for Your Service!
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David Perdue Dec 7
Today, we remember those who lost their lives in the attack on Pearl Harbor and the brave service members who fought back to protect our country.
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Gunner Dec 7
Astonished I didn’t hear nor see a single thing about Pearl Harbor.
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Andrea Valentini 🇨🇦 Dec 7
Replying to @jbillinson @POTUS
. has such a great grasp on the solemnity of the moment and total respect for those whose lives were lost on this historic day. doesn't he?? ..... said no one, ever, anywhere (P.S. At least his teeth didn't fall out) 😐
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Brushing Off Dec 7
News: "Today we remember Pearl Harbor." Millennials: "Who's Pearl Harbor?"
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Janine Stange Dec 7
"Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few." Churchill
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Michael Johns Dec 7
"I ask that the Congress declare that since the unprovoked and dastardly attack by Japan on Sunday, December 7th, 1941, a state of war has existed between the United States and the Japanese empire." -'s 12/8/41 address to Congress on
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