The Day of Infamy Speech: Well-Remembered but Still Missing

Today's post comes from Jim Worsham, editor of¬†Prologue, the quarterly¬†magazine of the National Archives. As news emerged of the Japanese sneak attacks on Pearl Harbor and other U.S. installations in the Pacific 75 years ago, President Franklin D. Roosevelt began writing the speech he would give to Congress the next day. The news was bad, … Continue reading The Day of Infamy Speech: Well-Remembered but Still Missing