We are extremely proud to be partnering with Pacific Historic Parks to release the Pearl Harbor Collection.
All designs can be purchased in-store at the World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument or online here.
Each piece in this line is designed to honor the brave men and women who served during the attacks on December 7th, 1941. To learn more about the incredible stories that inspired these designs, we highly encourage visits to the memorial sites.
Directly inspired by the audio tour at the Pearl Harbor Memorial, the narrator noted that people often think of the battle of Pearl Harbor as only the Navy base. On the contrary, all of Oahu became a battlefield that day as several locations were attacked including strikes on Kaneohe, Hickam Field, and Wheeler Field.
As proclaimed by president Franklin D. Roosevelt, December 7th, 1941 is “a date which will live in infamy.” The attack on Pearl Harbor will always be remembered as America’s entrance into WWII...the War That Changed the World.
Also available in: Dark Grey
This design prominently features Eleanor Roosevelt's Wartime Prayer:
Lest I continue
My complacent way,
Help me to remember that somewhere,
Somehow out there
A man died for me today.
As long as there be war,
I then must
Ask and answer
Am I worth dying for?
The Tree of Life is prominently featured on both sides of the USSArizona Memorial and allows natural light into the Shrine Room. The Tree of Life symbols on these two walls of the Shrine Room vary slightly, in order to reflect renewal and peace.
Also available as: Kid's Tee
This design features the B-17 "Flying Fortress". Known for it's incredible hardiness, the B-17 was legendary amongst airmen for its ability to perform even after sustaining heavy damage.
A derivation of our RED design, the WWII Tribute design reminds us to always remember the brave men and women who fight for our freedom.
Several surviving shipmates aboard the USS Arizona have honored their fallen brothers by burying their ashes on the monument or scattering them in the water above the sunken ship. In total, 2,403 servicemen lost their lives.
On the day of the December 7th attacks, the P-40 was one of the few planes to get off the ground in defense.