A Reporter's Masterful Story On Pearl Harbor Is Finally Published 71 Years …
More than 6,000 school-age children across Hawaiʻi participated in a simultaneous reading aloud program that focused on the historical significance of December 7th. The event was held on the 71st Anniversary of the Attack on Pearl Harbor and was hosted
The attack shocked the nation and exposed just how unprepared and vulnerable the United States was. Today, we commemorate the soldiers and citizens who lost their lives in the attack and their families, who were left
Many reporters have complained down the years about editors spiking their copy. Naturally enough, the stories then vanish for ever. But Betty McIntosh has just seen one of her rejected pieces published after a 71-year wait. She wrote an article in
A warning to the women of Hawaii was too graphic for Betty McIntosh's editors.
The noise of the planes broke the early Sunday morning quiet over Pearl Harbor in Hawaii. The surprise attack 71 years ago killed 2390 service members and 49 civilians.