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This Day in History: Pearl Harbor Attack

December 7, 1941: "A Day Which Will Live in Infamy."

The attack on Pearl Harbor ended in a devastating number of casaulties, but those lives lost continue to be honored.

Paul Kennedy, of Indianapolis, was stationed in Pearl Harbor when the attack happened... and he survived. Today? He walked in to the WIBC studio to share his story with Tony Katz on-air. Click here to listen to their conversation.

By December 8, 1941, the nation was in a war and newspapers across the U.S. were flying off the stands. Here's what some of them read:

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