70th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor and the September 10th, 1945 Issue of TIME Magazine

Brian Romanoff       Nor Cal Truth        Dec 7, 2011

Today is the 70th anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attacks of Dec 7, 1941.

During a visit to a local antique store, I came across a relic of an issue of Time magazine for $6.00.

Dated September 10th, 1945, I quickly looked inside to see what I would find. What a score! I felt like I was reading the 9/11 Commission Report, or at least a summary of it.

I could not help but think of all the similarities between Pearl Harbor and 9/11.

Everyone knows that in 2000 the Project for a New American Century, a neo-conservative think-tank, called for a “new Pearl Harbor” in order to facilitate and hasten their plan for military hegemony. And we know that came on September 11th, 2001.

And everyone knows that the 9/11 cover-up was sealed with the 9/11 Commission Report.

So it was reminiscent to read about a “ludicrous story of doodling,” “omissions,”  information gaps and the “failure” of one to give information to another in the lead-up to the Pearl Harbor attacks – Oh, and missed warnings.

Much of what you read in this 3 page article has been disputed by historians who believe that there were scapegoats in the Army and Navy, a few of which are pointed out in the article.

And as with 9/11, the story is still not 100% clear.

Download the PDFTime Magazine Sep 10th, 1945 – Pearl Harbor Pages

16 Responses to 70th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor and the September 10th, 1945 Issue of TIME Magazine

  1. Anonymous says:

    If your country had a total blockade on it you needed food,fuel,etc.you would attack too!

  2. Fernando says:

    I was excited to uncover this page. I need to to thank you for your time just for this wonderful read!! I definitely enjoyed every bit of it and I have you saved as a favorite to see new information on your site.

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