Pearl Harbor Ghosts: A Journey to Hawaii, Then and Now

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William Morrow, 1991 - Hawaii - 411 pages
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Reexamines the attack on Pearl Harbor as refracted through the lens of present -day Hawaii.

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PEARL HARBOR GHOSTS: A Journey to Hawaii Then and Now

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Exploration in great human depth of a pivotal American and Japanese event, by Clarke (Equator, 1988; By Blood and Fire, 1981, etc.). Innocence and the ever-present Japanese are Clarke's themes in this ... Read full review

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Marking the 50th anniversary of the Japanese attack on December 7, 1941, Clarke's "journey'' is an interesting combination of travelog, historical analysis, and anecdotal experiences reminiscent of ... Read full review

Contents

AT THE FOUR PADDLE CONDOMINIUM
11
THE GREAT WHITE SHIP LEAVES HONOLULU
29
VICECONSUL MORIMURA SEES THE SIGHTS
43
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