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Tag Archives: World War II
A Pearl Harbor Reflection
The attack on Pearl Harbor happened way before my time, Modern Philosophers, but I often reflect on how it might have affected my father’s life. He was a couple of months shy of turning 16 when the attack occurred. I’ve … Continue reading
Posted in Philosophy Tagged family, father, Marine Corps, Modern Philosopher, never forget, Pearl Harbor, Philosophy, USMC, World War II 9 Comments