Japan attacks L.A.?

Feb. 26, 1942
Los Angeles


Above, suspicious Japanese Americans are rounded up after the great battle of Los Angeles. Yes, it was a false alarm that left parts of the city peppered with unexploded ordnance. A special thanks to my colleague on the business copy desk, Bob Bayer, for pointing out the anniversary.



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I am retired from the Los Angeles Times
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1 Response to Japan attacks L.A.?

  1. Denise Thain says:

    I point you towards this wonderful annual event.


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