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Topic: Pearl Harbor History

  Pearl    History  
  Harbor    Attack on Pearl Harbor  
  Pearl Harbor Day    Movie Pearl Harbor  
  Pearl Harbor Hawaii    Pearl Harbor Memorial  
  Bombing of Pearl Harbor    Pearl Harbor photo  
  Map of Pearl Harbor    Pictures but that's Pearl Harbor  

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The Brain has inferred the following facts from reading text collected on the topic:
Most admires:Emperor Hirohito,  Winston Churchill,  Anne Frank
People talk about their ..:Childhood trauma
Dream job(s):Soldier,  Terrorist
Favorite TV show(s):The Civil War,  Survivor
Favorite era(s):1940s,  1930s
Favorite great leader(s):Winston Churchill,  Douglas MacArthur,  Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Favorite movie(s):Titanic,  The Bridge on the River Kwai
Likes to wear:Army uniforms
Favorite political figure(s):John F Kennedy
Favorite quote(s):"We are not retreating - we are advancing in another Direction." - General Douglas MacArthur (1880-1964)
 Expert Talk
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Dave Simons,
Internet Entrepeneur

Pearl Harbor History Associates (don't try it with a dial-up modem!
Jack Crawford,
WWII Veteran

From Pearl Harbor to the surrender at Tokyo Bay, a periscope's view of the patrols, the losses, and the battles that broke the Japanese Empire and gave the United States the greatest naval victory in history.
Needless to say--the attack on Pearl Harbor was the trickiest, craftiest, most successful attack in Naval history and should rightfully go down as the most horrible defeat from a materiel point of view that any Navy ever suffered.
History of United States Naval Operations in World War II 15 Volume Set Pearl Harbor: The Day of Infamy - An Illustrated History.
Josh Hogan,

This is the latest installment of The Corps, a sprawling history of a cadre of US Marines that begins shortly before Pearl Harbor and that now reaches Korea.
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