Monday, December 7, 2015

Pearl Harbor, 1941 - one man's memories

Rather than commemorate today's anniversary in a general, historical-overview way, I thought I'd make it a bit more real.  Here are the reminiscences of Adolph Kuhn, who was there.

Makes it more up-close-and-personal, doesn't it?



Rev. Paul said...

I've been fortunate enough to visit Pearl Harbor twice and met survivors each time, including two from the Arizona. Knowing that I was standing mere feet from where they swam ashore from the burning horror behind them ... it's nearly indescribable. And all they want is to be buried with their friends and shipmates.

trailbee said...

This is a date the media should plaster on every website. But, there is silence. PC is going to kill us.

Will said...

Rev. Paul,

it's not common knowledge that USS Arizona survivors are offered that service.