The Week

December 1941
New Republic;12/15/41, Vol. 105 Issue 24, p813
The article provides world news briefs. Representative Thomas Eliot of Massachusetts offers a report of Congress's vote to declare war on Japan in light of the Pearl Harbor attack the previous day. A reprint of excerpts from a radio broadcast by Eleanor Roosevelt discussing the attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii is given. A quote from the Prime Minister of Great Britain, Winston Churchill, about the country's victories is detailed.


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