Remembering Pearl Harbor

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(Sacramento, CA)
Thursday, December 7, 2006

The Veterans of Roseville put on the ceremony, which included prayers and song:


World War II vet Frank Mellin attended the event:
Today means so much to me, my country I love so dearly, and I just pray and hope that we can remain a country free with liberty and justice for all.
Vivian Borden was living in Honolulu when the Japanese attacked:
I did not see my husband for four days and four nights.  He was driving truck, hauling bodies to be buried in a trench.
More than 24 hundred people were killed in the attack, which precipitated America’s involvement in the war.