Remembering Pearl Harbor: 80 Years Later
This special edition magazine marks the 80th anniversary of the December 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor that propelled the United States into World War II. The magazine provides extensive historical insights, survivor testimonies, and reflections on the legacy of Pearl Harbor eight decades later.
Features transport readers back to the day that continues to “live in infamy” with detailed accounts of the surprise Japanese aerial ambush on the U.S. naval base and the aftermath.Sidebars profile the ships lost and lives impacted, while also examining the events leading up to the fateful attack.
Exclusive interviews with remaining survivors share experiences of the assault as young servicemen and their perspectives looking back on that pivotal moment in history. Archival photographs and illustrations depict the destruction at Pearl Harbor and honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice.
Additional articles assess Pearl Harbor’s role in reshaping global politics, alliances, and the course of the war. There is also an exploration of the evolution of Pearl Harbor remembrances and memorials over the past 80 years.
This commemorative magazine pays tribute to the 2,403 Americans who perished, the survivors, and all those who served in the deadliest attack on U.S. soil. With its blend of remembrance and retrospection, Remembering Pearl Harbor: 80 Years Later memorializes an inflection point in American history for new generations.
Pearl Harbor 80th Anniversary – Issue 01, 2023
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