From Kansas to Somewhere Over the Hawaiian Rainbow: Honoring Pearl Harbour Survivor Adolph Kuhn

Adolph Pearl Harbour Hero and Wife

INTRODUCTION Adolph Kuhn: An American Journey (1921-Present) Amazed at the grandeur of Oz when she first arrived, Dorothy proclaimed to Toto, “I’ve a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore.” Following the December 7, 1941 surprise attack on Pearl Harbour, the essence of that statement proved to be more than fitting for a certain farm boy

A Picture of Herb is Worth a Thousand Words: Honoring Pearl Harbour Survivor Herb Weatherwax

INTRODUCTION Smile! Click. Post. Repeat. Herb Weatherwax, a spry 98-year-old World War II veteran, has been spreading aloha to tourists and locals at the Pearl Harbour Visitors Center for nearly 20 years. There is no comparison to hearing the stories of December 7, 1941 straight from the mouth of a Pearl Harbour survivor. Coupled with

He Threw His Hat in the Ring Every Step of the Way: Honoring Pearl Harbour Survivor John Seelie

Pearl Harbour Soldier Pic

INTRODUCTION Somehow the 74th Anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbour just wouldn’t be the same without World War II veteran, John Seelie in attendance. Currently living in Englewood, Florida, the 93 year old has made the trek across country multiple times; his most recent being just last year. Seelie was looking forward to returning

Pearl Harbour Survivor from Colorado James Downing

James Downing Pearl Harbour Survivor

INTRODUCTION Remember Pearl Harbour. Weakness invites aggression. Keep America strong. Nobody spreads this message better than Jim Downing. For anyone who has had the opportunity to be engaged by his sharp witticisms on life and historical accounts of Pearl Harbour, it’s clear that there is no better authority on the matter than the 102-year-old World War