As you’ve been hearing, this week marks the 75th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
All week we’re going to be hearing some remembrances of neighbors who were on O‘ahu that day. As well as others who have ties to the islands.
We begin today with the memories of John Henry Felix…whose family lived in the Punchbowl area of Honolulu.
Later this week we’ll hear from people with memories not only of December 7th, 1941, but also the days and weeks and months that followed that changed Hawai‘i.