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Sixty-Nine years ago today...

Discussion in 'Sound Off (MichiganForums.com)' started by jpollman, Dec 7, 2010.

  1. wally-eye

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    Sad day in American history for sure.........

    Only 3000 men/women left alive today that survived that attack.....
     

  2. mcfish

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    I would like to give a very sincere thank you to all veterans. And we must never forget those that didn't even get a fighting chance.
     
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  3. deepwoods

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    I visited Oahu last June. It was a very somber experience. Bless them all.
     
  4. onenationhere

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    "I fear all we have done is to awaken a sleeping giant and fill him with a terrible resolve"

    This is a supposed quote from a Japanese admiral after the attack on Pearl Harbor.

    The photo by the original poster is surreal to me.It is hard to comprehend and gives me an awful feeling when I think about the lives lost that day.Then there is the 60 million lives lost worldwide as a result of WW2.What a terrible moment in history.
     
  5. multibeard

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    Today is the first time in years that I was not able to buy one of the remaining Pearl survivors his breakfast on Dec 7th since I am out of town.

    He still is carrying pieces of shrapnel in his body after all those years. He has a piece that he thinks may be a 6 mm bullet on his breast bone that his doctor is always wanting to remove. Buck will not anyone take it off as it is now a part of him after all these years
     
  6. Mister ED

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    Amen!
     
  7. petronius

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    Naval General (Admiral) Isoroku Yamamoto spoke this. He was against the invasion of China and war with the U. S. He studied at Harvard University and had two postings as a naval attaché in Washington, D.C.. This gave him a chance to travel the U.S. and see our agricultural and industrial might.
     
  8. Pugetsound

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    Sixty-nine years ago today the Axis Powers lost the war.
     
  9. FIJI

    FIJI IZ Kamakawiwo'ole lives! Premium Member

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  10. Fishfoote

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    God bless our military, yesterday, today and tomorrow.
     
  11. midwestfisherman

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    Amen!
     
  12. sullyxlh

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    That Idiot in chief needs to take notes from Pearl Harbor on what it takes to end a war.
    GD Puss........