Photo courtesy of Robert Weber
Robert Weber shows the results of his latest fishing trip at Fort Kamehameha on the Hawaiian island of Oahu in February 1943. He boasts an octopus, snagged with the homemade spear in the ground beside him, and a Samoan crab and mullet, which, he says, you just grab. That's bilge oil on his legs. Weber was at Pearl Harbor when the Japanese attacked the United States' Pacific fleet on Dec. 7, 1941, and ushered the nation into World War II.
Gallery: Memories of World War II
Jan. 07, 2009 @ 01:44 PM
The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, ushered the United States into World War II on Dec. 7, 1941. It changed the lives of millions of Americans who put on their country's uniform and went into battle.