I wasn’t around when the Imperial forces of Japan bombed Pearl Harbor in a sneak attack on December 7, 1941. I didn’t witness the event, and odds are, unless you’re celebrating your eighth decade of life, neither did you.
But we’ve heard President Roosevelt’s “Infamy” speech. We’ve learned about Battleship Row. We understand how the attack propelled the United States into World War II. And we know that, until September 11, 2001, it marked the greatest foreign-initiated loss of American life on U.S. soil – 2,403 citizens.
At Grantham University, we remember Pearl Harbor. Be transported back to the day that changed the landscape of the Second World War with our commemorative video.