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WWNO News Reports
Sun September 11, 2011
World War II Museum Marks September 11th
By Eileen Fleming
New Orleans, LA – At a ceremony held under Allied war planes suspended in the museum's main hall, speakers drew comparisons between the Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor, and those in New York and Washington, D.C. Museum President Nick Mueller says both united a nation.
"Both times, I would submit, our enemies misjudged us, and ultimately failed in their goal of undermining America's will and our democratic way of life."
The museum is now displaying a fragment of the north tower of the World Trade Center, and a piece of the U-S-S Arizona, destroyed at Pearl Harbor.
For WWN, I'm Eileen Fleming.