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On a peaceful Sunday morning nearly 67 years ago, 35 servicemen were having a leisurely breakfast at Hickman Airfield at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
Before they knew what had happened, the mess hall took a direct attack from Japanese fighter planes.
All were killed.
But that was only the beginning – for both of the attack and of its ramifications for history.
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