Post Tagged with: "Pearl Harbor"

December 7, 2011 06:05

Remember Pearl Harbor

This 1943 film was started within days of the attack, the original film was 82 minutes long and asked some embarrassing questions, such as why there was no long-range reconnaissance and no short range air patrols. Further, the film had a lot of time devoted to the culture of the 160,000 Japanese in Hawaii and their response to the attack. For these reasons the long version of the film was censored for decades and the shorter 32-minute version released. The […]

December 7, 2011 06:05

Remember Pearl Harbor

This 1943 film was started within days of the attack, the original film was 82 minutes long and asked some embarrassing questions, such as why there was no long-range reconnaissance and no short range air patrols. Further, the film had a lot of time devoted to the culture of the 160,000 Japanese in Hawaii and their response to the attack. For these reasons the long version of the film was censored for decades and the shorter 32-minute version released. The attack portion starts at about 40 minutes.

September 12, 2011 05:52

Allen West Remembers 9/11

With a history lesson on freedom and liberty Rep. Allen West spoke at a 9/11 memorial. “People attacked America and they attacked the American ideal. They attacked us for our way of life, for our liberty, for our freedom. And that is why they chose to attack places where every day Americans went to work. Because what we must understand is that America is not a geographic location. America is an ideal that exists within the hearts and minds of each and every one of us.”

December 7, 2010 09:26

Remember Pearl Harbor – 69 years ago

Each year, fewer and fewer of the men who witnessed the December 7, 1941 attack in person and survived, gather in Hawaii to “Remember Pearl Harbor,” a cry that united a nation for one the most difficult wars in its history.