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The attack on Pearl Harbor unified an American generation that went on to win World War II.  Their descendents still share the memories today.  It would not be until September 11, 2001…

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The attack on Pearl Harbor unified an American generation that went on to win World War II.  Their descendents still share the memories today.  It would not be until September 11, 2001…

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