A World War, Part 8 - I Wanted to Fight | South Carolinians in WW II

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The damage done to the American ships at Pearl Harbor is discussed. The devastation was hard to accept. The one thing the Japanese had missed was the tank farm where all of the fuel was stored. It was very fortunate that all three of the carriers were out when Pearl Harbor was attacked. Over 2,000 Americans had been killed during the attack on Pearl Harbor.

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