Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Pearl Harbor Day, 2016

When you look at the U.S. Flag today, honor and remember those who lost their lives 75 years ago,

And learn why Japan did not invade the U.S. Mainland after striking at Pearl Harbor.

Japan could have sent its troop ships and carriers directly to California. Apparently, the prediction of the U.S. military's chief of staff was that we would not have been able to stop a massive invasion before it reached the Mississippi River.

We had a 2,000,000-man army and war ships ... fighting the Germans. Why didn't Japan attack?

After the war, Japanese generals and admirals were asked that question. Their answer ... they knew that almost every home in America had guns and the Americans knew how to use them!

We must keep this in mind. This is one important reason that we are free.



Big Daddy said...

Wasn't it "behind every blade of grass lies an American with a rifle"?

Gus said...

Big Daddy, thanks.