I have a friend out here who lived through the attack. He says it is as vivid to him today as it was in '41. For most though, it is increasingly being consigned to the pages of history. Poignant image you published today.
My sister-in-law's dad was at Pearl Harbor that morning. There's a program where survivors of the attack can have their ashes scattered at the site of the Arizona Memorial, which is where these ashes were scattered, per his wishes.
Distressing but necessary memories.
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