Today marks the 69th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Many a tweet has been posted in remembrance of the day that launched the US into World War II, some decidedly less conventional than others.
Thoughtful sentiments flooded Twitter today, as people remembered the lives lost, the soldiers who fought, and those who are still fighting.
Remember Pearl Harbor today. Remember the sacrifice & the loss. But also remember the courage & the resolve & the way America fought back.
"We're the lucky ones," says Pearl Harbor survivor Louis Conter. "We came home and got married and had kids and... http://fb.me/HOoFNjqq
On This Day. 1941: President Roosevelt reacted with “deadly calm” to news of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
69 years ago today The Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor killing over 2,403 people. Take a minute to remember and salute our heroes today...
On this anniversary of Pearl Harbor, let's remember all those who serve, have served and their families.
It's Twitter, though, so there were the usual offbeat takes as well.
I just realized that if Assange had released Japan's secrets to the world in 1941, Pearl Harbor may have been prevented. I'm coming around.
Today is the sad anniversary of Pearl Harbor, an unfortunate misstep in the otherwise perfect career of Mr. Ben Affleck.
It's Pearl Harbor Day so remember the Alamo!
isnt today when Pearl Harbor happened in like 1941?.... cant believe I remembered that. #stuffthatstuckfromAPUShistroy go figure
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