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National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day

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Presidential Proclamation: “In memory of all who lost their lives on December 7, 1941—and those who responded by leaving their homes for the battlefields—we must ensure the sacrifices they made in the name of liberty and democracy were not made in vain. On this solemn anniversary, there can be no higher tribute to these American patriots than forging a united commitment to honor our troops and veterans, give them the support and care they deserve, and carry on their work of keeping our country strong and free.

The Congress, by Public Law 103-308, as amended, has designated December 7 of each year as "National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day."

Key Stats:

From the Census History home page for December 2016:

Each month, the U.S. Census Bureau's History home page highlights notable events, anniversaries and celebrities in American History. You may be surprised to learn we have stats about your favorite activities and interests. There are so many stories that can be told using statistics.

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Note: The image of the History home page shown above is cropped at the bottom. Click on the image to see the full page with active hyperlinks.


From the Social, Economic and Housing Statistics Division (SEHSD):

From Census.gov > Topics > Population > Veterans:

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