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World War II / Pearl Harbor #336818

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Dec 08, 1991
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(Studio: Connie Chung) Japan's foreign minister reported today expressing remorse for Japan's wartime aggressions.

(Pearl Harbor: John Blackstone) Events commemorating yesterday's 50th anniversary of Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor featured; scenes shown. [Pearl Harbor veteran Alex COBB - comments.] [Marge HASTARD - comments on surgical records of Honolulu, Hawaii, Queens Hospital for December 7, 1941.] [Composer John DUFFEY - talks about learning from war.] Scenes shown of Senator Daniel Inouye reading wartime speech during performance of Duffey's composition, "A Time for Remembrance." [INOUYE - speaks.]

Blackstone, John;
Chung, Connie

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