San Francisco in World War II (Images of America)

San Francisco in World War II (Images of America)

John Garvey


every little thing replaced at the morning of December 7, 1941, and lifestyles in San Francisco used to be no exception. Flush with pleasure and tourism within the wake of the 1939 Golden Gate overseas Exposition, the town used to be surprised on the severity of the Pearl Harbor assault, and fast settled into equipped chaos with its new position as a big deployment middle for the rest of the struggle. "Frisco" teemed with servicemen and servicewomen in the course of and after the clash, without end altering the face of this waterfront urban. Warships roamed the bay, and fearsome gun embankments seemed at the cliffs dealing with the ocean, getting ready to repel an invasion that by no means occurred.

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