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Today in World War II History—November 26, 1941

Sailors of Japanese carrier Zuikaku winching up the anchor, Itrup, Kurile Islands, 26 Nov 1941; en route to attack Pearl Harbor (Japanese government photo, public domain)

Sailors of Japanese carrier Zuikaku winching up the anchor, Itrup, Kurile Islands, 26 Nov 1941; en route to attack Pearl Harbor (Japanese government photo, public domain)

80 Years Ago—Nov. 26, 1941: Japanese fleet departs the Kurile Islands for the attack on Pearl Harbor.

US Secretary of State Cordell Hull submits final proposal for peace to the Japanese, demanding removal of all troops from China and Indochina.

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