The new film “Somewhere I’ll Find You,” starring Clark Gable and Lana Turner, begins on October 2, 1941, 64 days before the attacks on Pearl Harbor. Gable plays Jonny Davis, a newspaper journalist who works alongside his brother Kirk “Junior” Davis (Robert Sterling). Jonny and Junior have just returned from Europe, where they were reporting on the ongoing war. They were “kicked out” of Germany because they were going to report that Germany and Japan were planning to attack the U.S. in the near future. Jonny and Junior write about this and trick their editor into publishing the piece....Read More
Author: Keaghlan Brady
Virginia Beach patrons were horrified and awestruck earlier this month as they witnessed an enemy submarine attacking two U.S. merchant ships just a few miles from the coast. The first attack occurred shortly after 5 p.m. and the second followed about 30 minutes after. Thousands of beach goers lining the shore looked on as Coast Guard surf boats towed to shore life boats from the first ship attacked. Bombing planes, a Navy blimp and a half dozen naval surface ships quickly arrived on the scene searching for the underwater enemy. They dropped numerous bombs and depth charges in an...Read More
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