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Image description: Sailors honor men who were killed in the attacks on Pearl Harbor.
Today is the anniversary of those attacks. The day following the surprise attacks, President Franklin Roosevelt addressed Congress calling Dec. 7, 1941, “a date that will live in infamy.”
Later that day Congress declared war against Japan and officially entered the United States into World War II.
Find more Pearl Harbor images.
Photo from the Navy.

Image description: Sailors honor men who were killed in the attacks on Pearl Harbor.

Today is the anniversary of those attacks. The day following the surprise attacks, President Franklin Roosevelt addressed Congress calling Dec. 7, 1941, “a date that will live in infamy.”

Later that day Congress declared war against Japan and officially entered the United States into World War II.

Find more Pearl Harbor images.

Photo from the Navy.

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