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Japanese Moment of Silence Likely Rather Than Apology for Pearl Harbor Attack

What is billed as the last big gathering of survivors of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor takes place Wednesday in Hawaii – 75 years to the day after the bombing which brought the United States into World War II. The ceremonies include a moment of silence at the same time of the morning that Japanese planes began the attack that ultimately killed nearly 2,400 people, most of them members of the U.S. Navy.  There will also be a wreath laying, band performances and a fly-by...

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