Tag Archives: World War II

U.S.S. Missouri

Mighty Mo celebrates its 69th birthday and 14th anniversary as a memorial

Seen in Hawaii Tales BlogThe Battleship Missouri Memorial celebrates the 69th Anniversary of the ship’s launch and the 14th anniversary of its opening as a memorial in Pearl Harbor.

Coram Nobis press conference

Patriot Act reawakens memories of internment

Seen in The Honolulu Star-Bulletin – Civil rights attorney, Dale Minami, recalls a 40 year-long fight for justice. He led the legal team that overturned the wrongful conviction of Fred Korematsu, who refused to go to the government’s incarceration camps for Japanese Americans during WWII. Minami also shares his concerns about the Patriot Act.

U.S.S. Missouri

U.S.S. Missouri Becomes A Museum

Heard on NPR – One of the world’s most famous battleships, the USS Missouri, has become a floating memorial and museum based at Pearl Harbor.

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