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Remembering Pearl Harbor
Jonathan Pait
December 7, 2001

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Sixty years ago today things changed. For those of us who were not even born at that time it is hard to understand just how much things have changed. The events of September 11 certainly have given us some understanding of what those who experienced the moment must have felt.

Whether we were there watching the attacking planes do their deadly work or whether it is nothing more than a story in a history book America was forever changed by the event and as such Pearl Harbor is as real today as then.

We are told to learn from the past lest we must relive it. The first step to learning is to remember. Below are a few links to stories that appear today on several online sources. As you may find others, please use the comment on this article feature to let us know of other links. It will help us remember.

Join the History Channel for LIVE from Pearl Harbor

That Saturday was Greenville's last day of peace

Somber 60-year Anniversary

In shadow of new war, survivors mark 60th anniversary of Pearl Harbor

Day of Infamy

Japan's pilots bring peace to Pearl Harbor

Pearl Harbor images still sharp for S.C. residents

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