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Darkness the new norm for isles under martial law

  • HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN

    Alert guards stood watch with rifles and fixed bayonets behind a barricade of sandbags in front of the main building of the Mutual Telephone Co. on Alakea Street on Jan. 2, 1942. This scene was typical of stores throughout Honolulu.

A 6 p.m. curfew and blackout was perhaps the most dramatic of the many changes in daily life for all Hawaii residents after the attack on Pearl Harbor left the islands under martial law. Read more

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