History forgotten.

Roughly one week out from their home port, Rear Admiral Matome Ugaki orders the coded fateful message sent to Kido Butai, “Climb Mount Niitaka.”

Save, coming into contact with the Soviet transport ship Uritsky three days later, they continued traveling undetected for several more days until reaching their pre-planned destination and “…a date which will live in infamy.”

Sadly, what passes for the media has forgotten the significance of this particular date.

Hopefully, readers of this post have not.

Keep America alert.

You Betcha! (9)Nuh Uh.(0)

  1 comment for “History forgotten.

  1. Corinthian Scales
    December 10, 2019 at 10:21 pm

    You wouldn’t believe what is not mentioned, nor allowed in Japan, anymore. Seen it.

    Ever check who’s the publishers of your history and their books today?

    It’s not them as a people. It’s how powers work.

    Just don’t mention a goddamn thing about USS Liberty. Right? Especially in America,

    History Unmentionable.

    You Betcha! (1)Nuh Uh.(2)

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