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December 4, 2013 5:30 PM

Jeff Jardine: No forgetting or forgiving Pearl Harbor attack, but Oakdale couple later forged relationships with Japanese teens

When the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor 72 years ago come Saturday, they incurred the wrath of America. The payback resulted in the destruction of Japan’s military, cities, economy and way of life.

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