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World War II / Pearl Harbor Anniversary (Part I) #132792

ABC Evening News for Monday, Dec 02, 1991
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Beginning of a of week-long look at the legacy of Pearl Harbor on the 50th anniversary of the attack introduced.

(Pearl Harbor: Ken Kashiwahara) The emotional legacy of the bombing of Pearl Harbor featured; scenes shown of recreation of the attack and from 1941. [Pearl Harbor Survivors Association Gerald GLAUBITZ - says he can't forgive.] [Honolulu Mayor Frank FASI - calls for an apology.] Sensitive issues raised of apologies, of possible blaming of Japanese- Americans and of impact any Japan bashing might have on tourism in Hawaii. [Japanese-American Citizens League William KANEKO - comments.] [Third- generation Japanese-American Bruce YAMASHITA - describes racist treatment in the Marines.] [Hawaii Governor John WAIHEE - comments.] [World War II vet Disk FISKE - says anger needs to be put to rest.]

Jennings, Peter;
Kashiwahara, Ken

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