WWII Vet’s Harmonic Rendition Of National Anthem Will Blow Your Mind

World War II veteran Peter DuPre wowed the crowd at the Pearl Harbor invitational, an annual college basketball tournament, when he whipped out his harmonica and played one of the most incredible renditions of the National Anthem you have ever heard.

More than 100 living World War II veterans, including DuPre, were flown to Hawaii to for the tournament, held each year to honor all of the more than 2,400 Americans who lost their lives during Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor.

DuPre served as a medic in the European Theatre and participated in the Battle of the Bulge.

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It’s safe to say DuPre brought house down, with all those at Bloch Arena, which is on a base that Japan attacked, roared with their approval and appreciation.

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