Today marks the anniversary of Japan’s formal surrender ending the Second World War. My family had the opportunity to visit the ship where the surrender documents were signed- the USS Missouri. Here is the post I published about the experience. I hope you enjoy it!
This weekend marks the 75th Anniversary of V-J Day—the day the Allies celebrated victory over Japan, and the end of the Second World War.
In spring of 2019, my family and I had a chance to visit Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, and the ship where the treaties officially ending the war were signed. Today seemed a fitting day to share that visit with you again. I hope you find it of interest as you remember this tremendous day in history.
Pearl Harbor, Hawaii holds a great deal of United States history.
Within its peaceful blue waters, the wrecks of the USS Arizona and USS Utahrest as quiet memorials and tombs.
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