Mary Louise Giesler; Julian Roper; Thurston Clarke; Pearl Harbor; Japan and Pearl Harbor
On the 50th anniversary of Pearl Harbor, a nurse and survivor of the attacks, Mary Louise Giesler, remembers that fateful day. Another survivor, Julian Roper, recalls the event. Thurston Clarke reports on anniversary ceremonies in Hawaii. David Kahn of Newsday, author Edward S. Miller, and William Honan of The New York Times discuss why the attacks weren't anticipated. A conversation about the Japanese perspective—with envoy Masamichi Hanabusa and academics Yasuaki Onuma and Carol Gluck.