Thursday, April 8, 2010

Judicial History Museum and Martial Law in Hawai'i

Richard and I were interested in life under Martial Law, and this museum brought it "home".  My Rohrer father-in-law was Judge Advocate General in Maui, so learning more was of great interest.

There were lots of changes, and this museum was fascinating.  The following gave me a feel for life under censorship, and the willingness of the residents to comply for the sake of the United States.  I scratch my head as I watch citizens bellyaching about having to show an ID to establish legal citizenship.  Good grief!  Just show your ID, wouldja?


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