“Them bombs — they changed everything,” said Coburn resident Lawrence Wolfe, who at 100 may be the last Centre County Pearl Harbor survivor. “The whole thing changed after that.”
“Them bombs — they changed everything,” said Coburn resident Lawrence Wolfe, who at 100 may be the last Centre County Pearl Harbor survivor. “The whole thing changed after that.” CDT file photo
“Them bombs — they changed everything,” said Coburn resident Lawrence Wolfe, who at 100 may be the last Centre County Pearl Harbor survivor. “The whole thing changed after that.” CDT file photo

Chris Rosenblum: As memories are lost to time, Pearl Harbor must never be forgotten

December 06, 2014 05:34 PM

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