Skip to comments.A Collection of Memorabilia Commemorating The Day That Will Forever Live In Infamy
Posted on 12/07/2012 2:33:25 AM PST by lbryce
CLICK HERE:YOUTUBE:FDR:A DATE THAT WILL LIVE IN INFAMY
CLICK HERE: History Channel:WWII in HD:Attack on Pearl Harbor
CLICK HERE:December 7, 2012 AP Today in History
CLICK HERE:YouTube:Harry Truman Announces Atom bomb
CLICK HERE:YouTube:Truman Warns Japs To Give Up
Interview With Crew of the Enola Gay
CLICK HERE:Interview With Crew of the Enola Gay
CLICK HERE:YouTube: Hiroshima Detonation
CLICK HERE:YouTube:Hiroshima Detonation
CLICK HERE:BBC:Nagasaki Detonation
Click Here:Hundreds of Fantastic Pictures of Japanese on Board USS Missouri During Surrender Ceremonies
Ironically, most ironically today America faces circumstances that in many ways pose a much greater danger, threat to our cherished way of life, our freedom, our beloved republic then the Axis Powers ever did.
We are facing an enemy unprecedented in the history of our republic, an insidious force ever more destructive than anything we have ever faced. Please, we must all pray for our very nation, our very lives, that becomes more unraveled each and every day by the enemies out to destroy our cherished way of life.
All of what we have today would not be possible without the brave, glorious men and women who fought and gave their lives for for the very ideals we are able to enjoy even as they are being usurped from within our very midst.
God Bless the intrepid men and women who had paid the ultimate price. God Bless America, may He have mercy on us, for what the future might hold against malevolent, sinister forces out to destroy us all.
Your YouTube videos said to be of Hiroshima are actually of a 1946 atomic test at Bikini Atoll, which was part of Operation Crossroads.
Here’s a real one:
He was one of our first WW2 heroes.
Every year he flew his bi-plane over the Statue of Liberty on this date and dropped roses in the harbor. He died when his plane caught fire and exploded while he was working on it.
GOD Bless are WWII Vets from Pearl Harbor!
here’s a video I posted before (probably last year...*smiles*)..and a fact I was unaware of....”Eternal Peace”
I visited the Arizona Memorial while in Hawaii a long time ago and I can tell you it was a very moving time for me. People talked in whispers and you could sense the reverence. Quite emotional. Right up there with Arlington and Gettysburg. Gettysburg you could truly sense the presence of those souls that were lost and standing over the hulk of the Arizona you get the same feeling. Amazing.