HUDSON – The American Heritage Museum will host a symposium on Saturday, Dec. 4 to mark 80 years since the Attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941.
The event will feature a morning panel as well as an afternoon panel discussing the attack and its continuing impacts on the world. Lunch will also be served alongside coffee, refreshments and personal tours through the American Heritage Museum.
“The attacks on Pearl Harbor still invoke feelings of patriotism and sadness,” read a press release announcing the symposium. “Our country changed forever after December 7th, 1941.”
Learn more and buy tickets at https://www.americanheritagemuseum.org/event/ihi-ahm-symposium-reconsidering-pearl-harbor/
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