We Remember Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941 A Date Which Lives in Infamy Memories of Pearl Harbor and World War II

By Milton Morris — I remember exactly where I was when World War Two began. On a Sunday picnic, I sat on the front fender of our 1937 Ford for my mother to take a photo. The car radio was playing music. Just as she snapped the Kodak camera, the music stopped as the announcer reported the Japanese attack on our navy at Pearl Harbor. We drove home in silence, wondering what all this meant for our future. It was certain to be bad news. My Grandfather had purchased a new 1941 Chevrolet that summer and Dad was considering one.…

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