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JAPANESE EMBASSY BURNS PAPERS

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A shirt-sleeved member of the Japanese embassy staff in Washington, D.C., burns state papers following an announcement of war against America and Great Britain, Dec. 8, 1941. A thick column of white smoke rises in the air as the papers burn. (AP Photo)

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