National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day

National Pearl Harbor Remembrance day is celebrated on December 7 of every year to honour the peoples who serve their life at Pearl Harbor. It is also referred as Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day or Pearl Harbor Day. On December 7, 1941, they were 2403 people’s lost their lives on Pearl Harbor attack in Hawaii during World War II. Even though National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day is not a federal holiday but it is a significant day in World War II history and America.

History Of National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day

The Imperial Japan Navy Air service attacked the Navy Pearl Harbor in Honolulu, Hawaii on December 7, 1941, morning. They killed 2403 peoples and injured nearly 1178 individuals. America lost nearly 200 aircraft’s, and they lost a significant proportion of their battleships. Close to 60 Japanese servicemen was wounded, captured or killed.

National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day
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National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day

The Japanese military had thought that the attack would prevent the United States Of America from increasing their influence in Pacific area. However, that attack leads to World War II. Congress of America approved President Franklin D. Roosevelt to declare war on Japan On December 8, 1941. That’s the attack leads to world war II. Shortly afterwards, Germany declared war on the United States of America.

“What separates us from the animals, what separates us from the chaos, Is our ability to Mourn people we have never met.”

How to Celebrate National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day

Traditionally Pearl Harbor Day is to honour the peoples who were killed and remembered that attack on United States Of America. The Flag of the America must be flown at half-staff until sunset. You can use #PearlHarborRemembranceDay to post on Social media.

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