REPRINT 1945: Torpedoman Missing in Action
Clyde Arthur Gerber, torpedoman first class on submarine, was missing since September in 1944, according to this 1945 Daily Globe article and photo.
He was stationed at Pearl Harbor at the time of t... Posted on 2/22/10 at 6:00 AM
STAFF BLOG THE FARM BLEAT A soldier's account from Pearl Harbor
Sixty-eight years ago today, the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor, killing 2,335 American soldiers and sailors, sinking battleships, cruisers and destroyers and sparking the beginning of World War II.
In ... Posted on 12/6/09 at 11:00 PM
WORTHINGTON — Seventy-one years ago, with rumors of war rumbling in the east and a Japanese threat looming in the west, mothers began preparing breakfast, farmers stepped into the cold to do morning chores and children tried to steal a few more minutes of sleep — all unaware that “a day which will live in infamy” was dawning.
Worthington man shares story of survival on Wheeler Field
WORTHINGTON — One week ago today, Eugene Erlandson walked the halls of The Meadows in Worthington proudly wearing the cap that told his fellow neighbors he was a survivor of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941.
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