December 7th, 1941, is still a day that lives in infamy. Here we are, 77 years later, and we still remember the US entrance in World War II and the profound impact that had on the world we live in.
It is fitting that, with President George HW Bush’s passing just days before this important date, that we take a moment to remember an important address he gave on this topic while serving as the 41st President of the United States. A World War II veteran and a hero in his own right, his message resonates as much today as when he delivered these important words over a quarter of a century ago.
It was delivered on the 50th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor Day. For more information, visit George HW Bush Library Center.