xoxoxoBruce Wednesday Dec 6 10:15 PM
Dec 7th, 2017: Infamy
You may have heard of the incident at Pearl Harbor Hawaii on December 7th, 1941.
Carruthers Thursday Dec 7 07:17 AM
Griff Thursday Dec 7 07:26 AM
glatt Thursday Dec 7 08:25 AM
Two years ago I saw the plane that shot down Yamamoto. It was part of a group that flew over DC to celebrate the 70th VE Day anniversary. Which is kind of funny since it served the the Pacific.
xoxoxoBruce Thursday Dec 7 08:49 AM
tombstone Monday Dec 11 04:29 PM
Attended Harvard. Toured the United States. Spoke excellent English. Opposed the war with the US. Opposed the invasion of Manchuria. Opposed the land war with China. Opposed the 1940 Tripartite pact with Germany and Italy. Disliked by the Japanese Prime Minister Tojo. Should have been on our side!
Gravdigr Tuesday Dec 12 04:14 PM
Also misattributed to Yamamoto:
DanaC Tuesday Dec 12 04:20 PM
What would make the USA difficult/impossible to invade from over seas isn't the preponderance of firearms it's the vast landscape and incredible difficulties maintaining supply lines. Add in the unparalleled might of the US Army and Navy and the rifle sprouting grasslands really don't come into it.
BigV Tuesday Dec 12 06:31 PM
You have to admit, it gives a whole new meaning to the phrase "fields of fire".
sexobon Tuesday Dec 12 10:06 PM