Remembering Dec. 8, 1941 — Rosalinda R Morgan

Originally posted on Subli: Photo Credit – warfarehistorynetwork.com Smoke rises from Clark Field after a Japanese air attack. ? Dec. 8, the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, is one of the most holy days in the Philippine Christian calendar. On the eve of the Feast in 1941, there was a festive mood all around. Because…

via Remembering Dec. 8, 1941 — Rosalinda R Morgan.

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2 Responses to Remembering Dec. 8, 1941 — Rosalinda R Morgan

  1. SCLMRose says:

    Thanks for the pingback. I do appreciate it very much.

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    • ICT Graver says:

      You are welcome. I did a post recently on Mississippians who died at Pearl Harbor and I came across your post and thought it was a relevant as many forget what happened in other places on December 7/8.

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