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Exhibit highlights Pearl Harbor anniversary

Shown is the Pearl Harbor anniversary exhibit at the isenhower Presidential Library and Museum in Abilene. It will remain up through the end of December.

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ABILENE — Seventy years ago today marked the “date that will live infamy.”
Just after dawn on Dec. 7, 1941, fighters and bombers belonging to the Empire of Japan swarmed over Pearl Harbor, America’s fortress in the Pacific, catching the men and women stationed there by surprise. The attack on the U.S. Pacific Fleet drew the United States into World War II.
A new exhibit on display at the Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum in Abilene recalls the historic events surrounding this landmark assault, said Samantha Kenner, communications director for the center. Developed by the staff at the center ...

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