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    Pearl Harbour Hawaii Pictures - Google Search

  • Jude Hoops

    Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Historical sites are a goal of mine to visit. History repeats itself when we forget, let's not forget!

  • Mariah Steinmetz

    Japanese bomb Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, December 7th, 1941. Photo: U.S. National Archives.

  • Ive Paytuvi-Pieterick

    Dec 7, 1941 The Japanese navy attacks the U.S. at Pearl Harbor.

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