Pearl Harbor Day – 71 Year Later

The United States wanted to remain neutral while the war, yet to be called WWII was being fought in Europe. After Japan bombed Pearl Harbor over a million men enlisted to serve in the army. This would be the start of war production in the United States, with the thinning of American newspapers as the men who printed them went to fight. The factories, as my late dad told me would be manned, so to speak, by women.

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