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Pearl Harbor

May 2024
1min read

To witness Franklin D. Roosevelt—on the night of December 7, 1941, as the news came in. Who brought him the dispatches? How did he react? Whom did he turn to? Whom did he call? When did he begin to word his “day of infamy” speech? When did he find time to be alone, and think before they carried him up to bed?

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