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Online Sources: Pearl Harbor - Attack - WWII
News Parade: Bombing of Pearl Harbor (1942)
Book Sources: Pearl Harbor - Attack - WWII
- A selection of books/e-books available in Trible Library.
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"And I was there" by
Call Number: D767.92 .L39 1985
Pearl Harbor and Midway--Breaking the Secrets
Kimmel, Short, and Pearl Harbor by
Call Number: D767.92 .B66 2005
The Final Report Revealed
Includes entire text of: Advancement of Rear Admiral Kimmel and Major General Short. Washington, D.C. : United States Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness, 1995.
Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941
Call Number: Online - EBSCO
Some Files Relevant to the Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941
Pearl Harbor: Surprise and Remembrance
Call Number: D767.92 .P42 1991
The history of the surprise attack on U.S. Naval forces at Pearl Harbor from different points of view. Interviews, archival footage, home movies, propaganda films, feature movies, and cartoons from the United States and Japan chronicle the collision course between the two nations.
Pearl Harbor: Why, How, Fleet Salvage and Final Appraisal (print) by
Call Number: D767.92 .W3 2001
"The Navy has long needed a succinct account of the salvage operations at Pearl Harbor that miraculously resurrected what appeared to be a forever shattered fleet. We were delighted when Admiral Wallin agreed to undertake the job... On 7 December 1941 the then Captain Wallin was serving at Pearl Harbor. He witnessed the events of that shattering and unifying "Day of Infamy."" Book Forward
Pearl Harbor Child by
Call Number: D744.7.H38 N52 1993
"When Dorinda Makanaonalani Nicholson was six years old, she had a unique experience—she watched the Japanese attack Pearl Harbor from her front yard. ... tells her personal account of the Japanese attack and the events that followed, including blackouts, rationing, air raid drills, victory gardens, censorship, gas masks and much more. While there are many books about the Pearl Harbor attack, PEARL HARBOR CHILD is the only one that tells the story from a civilian point of view, written by a woman, through the eyes of a child. "
Pearl Harbor Story by
Call Number: D767.92 .R875 2001
Recollections of the author's experiences in 1944 as a member of the Army Pearl Harbor Board originally dictated in early 1946.
Remembering Pearl Harbor by
Call Number: D767.92 .R38 1991
Eyewitness Accounts by U.S. Military Men and Women
Also available as an ebook in EBSCO
Trapped at Pearl Harbor by
Call Number: D774.O4 Y68 1991
Escape from Battleship Oklahoma
"Stephen Bower Young was a seaman first class assigned to gunnery duty in turret no. 4 on the Oklahoma when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. Struck by torpedoes, the battleship started to sink, and Young and others became trapped when it overturned. Here, he recounts their terrifying experience with stunning clarity, recalling their frantic search for an escape route and horror at finding the exits blocked. "
US Navy War Photographs by
Call Number: D743.2 .U55 1946
Pearl Harbor to Tokyo Harbor
"A collection of official U.S. Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard photographs."
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