Pearl Harbor’s Forgotten Dogfights
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Pearl Harbor’s Forgotten Dogfights

WWII

Pearl Harbor’s Forgotten Dogfights

Despite the element of surprise in favor of the Japanese, American airmen rose to defend Pearl Harbor.

Despite the element of surprise in favor of the Japanese, American airmen rose to defend Pearl Harbor.

Despite the element of surprise in favor of the Japanese, American airmen rose to defend Pearl Harbor.
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  1. Guntoter
    Posted December 26, 2016 at 10:18 pm | Permalink

    I have studied this epic battle for many years. I learned some facts previously unknown. Excellent piece on this never ending, for new information, fact finding, revelation of an earth changing event. Thanks SOVEREIGN MEDIA.

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