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Milly Describes December 7th, 1941

Milly and Susan at the house in Hawaii

Milly and Susan at the house in Hawaii

“I was there on the north shore of Oahu across the island from Pearl Harbor. I had come in September with our year-old daughter to join my husband. He had been called into active duty for a year, as a reserve office, and had volunteered for foreign duty.

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Impregnable Pearl Harbor

Impregnable Pearl Harbor

Article from Collier's National Weekly

Either Milly or Lorne saved an article from Collier’s The National Weekly dated June 14, 1941. Titled “Impregnable Pearl Harbor”, author Walter Davenport sailed from the West Coast of the U.S. aboard a battleship and spent time on the Naval and Army bases on Oahu.

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