The sights and sounds of December 7th, 1941 left a lasting imprint on the military and civilian survivors who witnessed the attack that day. Almost every single one remembers exactly where they were, and what they were doing, when they first realized the island of Oahu was under Japanese attack. This short collection of visceral, tangible memories comes from a group of survivors who remember these events from over 70 years ago as if they happened yesterday. Together, these perspectives combine to form a very broad, diverse picture of what it was like to witness this defining moment in history, as these men and women did that fateful day.
Winner 2010 CINE Golden Eagle Award - Professional New Media
Executive Producer: Chuck Dunkerly, National Park Service. Producer/Editor: Ted Roach.
Produced by the World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
For more info: nps.gov/valr/photosmultimedia/valr-podcast.htm