The day that would live in infamy, December 7, 1941, saw the attack on Pearl Harbor that drew the United States into World War II. We mark the day with remembrance each year and remember the people who served and those who lost their lives in the attack. Help your students understand the historical context
Join Discovery Education in remembrance of the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. Together, students across the country will gather to watch President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s speech to Congress at the exact moment the first bomb struck 75 years ago.
Students construct a journal entry for the day before, they day of, and the day after the bombing of Pearl Harbor.
On this day in 1941, the United States was suddenly thrust into World War II, a war that would ravage much of Europe and the Pacific theater. Every December 7th is set aside to remember those killed in the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941. More than 2,300 people died and a good portion of