Krautkremer remembers well the 'day of infamy'

Patrick Fisher, Staff Writer

I remember it all.

For Omer Krautkremer of New Prague that statement deals with December 7, 1941, the bombing of Pearl Harbor. He was stationed at the Naval base in Hawaii that was attacked by Japan 65 years ago, thus bringing the United States into World War II. Krautkremer, who is now age 87, still remembers the battle that day and its aftermath.

While President Franklin Roosevelt called December 7, A day that will live in infamy

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