What’s so Memorable about December 7th?

The USS Arizona (BB-39) burning after the Japa...

On December 7, 1941, the Japanese Empire bombed the United States naval forces stationed at Peal Harbor, Hawaii. This unprovoked attack, which came without warning, shocked Americans, who realized that neutrality would no longer be an option in this war. The attack devastated the American fleet and signaled America’s entrance into perhaps its most important war. But honestly, the day is not remembered for those reasons. It is remember because of the events that took place the following day. Continue reading