Each Year More and More People Forget Pearl Harbor


By: Lance Winslow

Each year more and more people forget Pearl Harbor, and there are fewer mentions in the news about it. Within another decade very few will still be alive, who were there to remind us and their recollections will not be so good anyway. Most likely, it will be us who reminds them of that fateful day and exactly what happened.

We must not let our history die and we must not forget the perils of war or the day at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. It is up to each one of us to remember and read up on this December 7, 1941 and we must not let that memory die. It is important that we make sure it is taught in schools, as it is paramount that we protect all we are and all we have built from potential future threats.

Look and Listen up because this is important. Each year more and more people forget about Pearl Harbor and quite frankly, that is unacceptable and it is a spit in the face of our ancestors who built this great nation. We cannot allow that to happen. It is each and everyone’s responsibility to read up on this, know your history and pass this information down.

Have a chat with your family about this every December 7th and discuss how different the world is and how it is also much the same. We were attacked on 9-11 because we let our guard down and when we failed to protect our great nation we did so at the expense of the people that died on September 11, 2001. Think about it.

Learn more about Pearl Harbor Day:

http://www.history.navy.mil/photos/events/wwii-pac/pearlhbr/pearlhbr.htm



My name is Lance Winslow and I am a semi-retired entrepreneur, retired Franchisor and now I am a consultant brain-4-hire, internet writer and author. I got bored in retirement so I founded the Online Think Tank – http://www.worldthinktank.net

If you would like to send me an email just to say hi, discuss an article, send me hate mail or need some advice you can find me at; http://www.carwashguys.com/history/founder.html – Have a great day and thanks for reading – tell me about you?

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