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The Ladewig-Zinkgraf American Legion Post 243 of Plymouth marked the anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor that drew the United States into World War II Saturday. 
Review photos byEmmitt B. Feldner The Ladewig-Zinkgraf American Legion Post 243 of Plymouth marked the anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor that drew the United States into World War II Saturday. Review photos byEmmitt B. Feldner

The featured guest was Plymouth resident Stuart “Bud” Sweeney (below), a Pearl Harbor survivor, who marked the anniversary by throwing a commemorative floral bouquet into the Mullet River (left), then saluting those who died in the attack (top right). The program also included a video on the attack and President Franklin Roosevelt’s speech to Congress seeking a declaration of war on Japan (below) and a rifle salute (above). The featured guest was Plymouth resident Stuart “Bud” Sweeney (below), a Pearl Harbor survivor, who marked the anniversary by throwing a commemorative floral bouquet into the Mullet River (left), then saluting those who died in the attack (top right). The program also included a video on the attack and President Franklin Roosevelt’s speech to Congress seeking a declaration of war on Japan (below) and a rifle salute (above).




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