The San Diego Union Tribune is live tweeting the key events that took place on December 7, 1941 where Japanese fighters carried out an attack on a U.S. naval base in Hawaii that killed 2,402 Americans, reports Home Post.
The San Diego Union Tribune is calling it a "minute by minute creation of the event."
The first tweet was scheduled for 10:25 a.m Pacific Standard Time, given the 1941 attack began at 7:55 a.m. Hawaiian time and accounting for the 2.5 hour difference between Hawaii and California, explains signonsandiego.com.
So far @sdutPearl has attracted 166 followers.
In August, an Oxford History graduate began a similar project in which he tweeted the key events from World War II in real time over the course of six years from the account @RealTimeWWII.
To witness a handful of the historical accounts from @sdutPearl, check out the Twitter slideshow below.
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