This week in history on December 5th 1933, the 21st Amendment to the Constitution was repealed allowing people to buy and consume alcohol once again. On December 6th 1884 the Washington Monument was completed. On December 7th 1017, the United States declared war on Austria-Hungary marking the sure defeat of the axis powers in World War I. December 7th also marks a dark day in American history. On the 7th   1941, Japan attacked Pearl Harbor awaking the, “Sleeping Giant.” Just one day later, America declared war on Japan entering World War II. On a lighter note, on December 9th, 1965, A Charlie Brown Christmas premiered.

By Kacey Crowley, The Royal Print Staff