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Why did men join the navy of pearl harbor?


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2011-03-25 17:21:36
2011-03-25 17:21:36

There is no such country as 'Pearl Harbour" and thus there is no 'navy of pearl harbour'.

Pearl Harbour is a US harbour in the Hawaiian islands and thus the navy based there is the US Navy and US citizens who want to defend their country will join that navy to do so.


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