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Pearl Harbor

A newspaper did not detail the attack in 1937

 A newspaper detailed attack in 1937

The Pearl Harbor attack of 1941

Most people are well aware of the 1941 surprise attack on Pearl Harbor by the Japanese, but how may know the exact details of the raid was published in a US national newspaper 4 years earlier?

This report is so accurate that the Mandela Effect observers are claiming it should be much wider known, and is in a similar class as the "Razzle Dazzle" ships in that it seems to have suddenly appeared in the past.

It appeared in the Los Angeles Examiner on Sunday November 7th, 1937. The records held by Cornell University note: 'An eerily prescient 1937 map of a Japanese attack on the U.S., highlighting the significance of Pearl Harbor: "The first objective must be capture of Hawaii This would mean crippling or annihilating the U.S. fleet."'

Amazing "prediction"

The newspaper report detailed the exact plans 4 years before the attack:

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Los Angeles Examiner

Did this give the Japanese the idea for their attack?

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There have long been rumors that the US government were aware of the attack in advance, but that's an article for another day.

Perhaps they read the newspaper?