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December 7th, A Date Which Will Live in Infamy [VIDEO]
Today marks 71 years since the events that drew the United States into World War II: the Japanese attack on the U.S. base at Pearl Harbor.
FOX News Radio’s Chris Foster reports:
(Sound of attack)
It was a sunny Sunday morning when Japanese planes came in waves, a two-hour attack killing or wounding more than 3,500 Americans at Pearl Harbor, destroying or damaging hundreds of American planes and ships – including every battleship in the Pacific fleet. President Roosevelt the next day, when Congress voted to declare war on Japan:
(President Roosevelt) “December 7, 1941: A date which will live in infamy.”
There are fewer than 8,000 Pearl Harbor survivors still alive, many attending ceremonies being held around the country.
Chris Foster, FOX News Radio.
Watch VIDEO below for more on the attack on Pearl Harbor: