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    A Japanese attack on Hawaii is regarded as the most unlikely thing in the world, with one chance in a million of being successful. Besides having more powerful defenses than any other post under the American Flag, it is protected by distance.

    Taken from the book At Dawn We Slept by Gordon Prange. Written on Sept. 6, 1941 by journalist Clarke Beach.