On July 5, 1937, as the United States was searching the Pacific Ocean for Amelia Earhart’s missing airplane, the State Department got a phone call from the Japanese Embassy in Washington.
"Amelia Earhart Reality Check: The Japanese Helped the U.S. Look for the Famed Aviator" is from the July 14, 2017 Retropolis section of The Washington Post. It was written by Michael E. Ruane and narrated by Jenny Hoops.
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