Southeastern Connecticut marks 78th anniversary of Pearl Harbor attack
Norwich — Veterans and members of the Naval Submarine School at the Naval Submarine Base in Groton were among those who gathered Saturday at City Hall Plaza to mark the 78th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
During the ceremony, hosted by the Norwich Veterans Council, there was a brief history of the attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941, and the names of 17 Connecticut residents who died in action during the attack were read aloud with the tolling of The Freedom Bell.
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