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World War II / Pearl Harbor / Memorial / History In Japan #133039

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Dec 07, 1991
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(Pearl Harbor: Ann Compton) Memorial services at Pearl Harbor on the 50th anniversary of the attack by Japan featured; scenes shown of President and Barbara Bush at the memorial for the sunken battleship USS Arizona. [In speech, BUSH - talks about World War II and the injustice to Japanese-Americans.]

(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(Tokyo: Bill Redeker) Views of Pearl Harbor in Japan, where education system has long de-emphasized the attack, featured; scenes shown from junior high schools in United States and Tokyo that were visited by Japanese TV. [In San Antonio, Texas, STUDENT - describes events.] [In Japan, two STUDENTS - (thru translator) say they were not taught about the Pearl Harbor attack.]

Compton, Ann;
Redeker, Bill;
Simpson, Carole

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