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    "a date which will live in infamy"

    December 7, 1941

    Franklin Delano Roosevelt made his Pearl Harbor speech the next day.

    The above quote is from that speech, as we know.

    Let us never forget the lives that were lost that day and the many more lives lost in World War II.


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    80 Years ago...

    And look at us today...!!!




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    Yes, Mike, we're doing great. Prosperity, fairness, common sense all prevailing.
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    Thanks, Mike, for posting that for me.
    I never succeed in posting photos, probably missing an important step somewhere.


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    I think most all of us had Fathers, Uncles, and or Grandfathers who fought for America in WW2. God Bless them all....


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    My father landed at Iwo, he's gone now but he's here in my heart.


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    My father landed at Iwo, he's gone now but he's here in my heart.
    I hear that one Russ, 1 Uncle Tarawa - KIA, the other Iwo Jima - KIA, both Marines.

    Father was late, and was at Camp Fuji during the occupation of Japan.


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    My Father and 2 Uncles all served in WW2 in the Army. My father and one Uncle fought in the Battle of the Bulge with Gen. Patton.


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    My dad was WW II--Italy.

    36th (Texas) Division....Salerno, Monte Cassino, Rapido River, San Pietro.

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