THE CONGRESS: The Whole Story?

Perhaps the whole story of Pearl Harbor would now be told in public. The Congressional investigation, that had apparently been headed for the shoals of political recrimination, had now gone about on a steady course toward full and complete inquiry.

The first hearings were set for this week and President Truman, after considerable backing & filling, finally authorized all Army & Navy personnel to "come forward" with anything they might know about the military debacle. Then Committee Chairman Alben Barkley announced that all information, "whether top secret, secret, confidential or otherwise," would...

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