And let us take an extra moment out to thank Jean, not only for giving us the amazing opportunity to ensure the Concert Chronology’s future, but also for her tireless work over a solid decade in bringing Pearl Jam fans everywhere the single most useful, detailed, and widely read document of Pearl Jam’s live history in existence.
Japan’s carrier-launched bombers found Pearl Harbor totally unprepared.
A radio broadcast from station KTU in Honolulu the day of the attack captured the events as they unfolded over several hours. I am speaking from the roof of the Advertiser Publishing Company Building.
From the roof of a Honolulu office building, the radio reporter described significant damage. We have witnessed this morning the distant view a brief full battle of Pearl Harbor and the severe bombing of Pearl Harbor by enemy planes, undoubtedly Japanese. We cannot estimate just how much damage has been done, but it has been a very severe attack.
One of the bombs dropped within fifty feet of KTU tower. There has been serious fighting going on in the air and in the sea.
Operator: We have quite a big call, an emergency call. Source: Courtesy of the Michigan State University, G.