We Are at War
00:00 - 03:44
3m 44s

President Franklin Roosevelt and his defense cabinet discuss retaliation plans for the Pearl Harbor attack. He urges them to strike the heart of Japan and not to give up or give in. When they claim his request is not possible, he stands up out of his wheelchair to illustrate that it can be done.


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  • Eve
    over 6 years ago
    Pearl Harbor Day / Presidential

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