Page 1 of a US Army alert order dated 28 Nov 1941 issued to west coast commands indicating the rising tensions with Japan. The first paragraph is a repeat of the alert issued by George Marshall in Washington, DC.

Caption   Page 1 of a US Army alert order dated 28 Nov 1941 issued to west coast commands indicating the rising tensions with Japan. The first paragraph is a repeat of the alert issued by George Marshall in Washington, DC. ww2dbase
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Added Date 1 Jan 2006

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