Remembering Pearl Harbor: Eyewitness Accounts by U.S. Military Men and Women

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Robert Sherman La Forte, Ronald E. Marcello
Scholarly Resources, Jan 1, 1991 - History - 303 pages
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In the fifty years that have passed since the Japanese navy attacked Pearl Harbor and America suffered its greatest defeat of the war, many studies of the 'date which will live in infamy' have been written. Virtually every detail of the event has been dissected, every perspective explored--except one. Until now, we have not had a full account from the U.S. enlisted men and women who lived through the attack. This book is their story.

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Culled from 350 interviews conducted over 15 years, these 40 oral histories of December 7, 1941 and its immediate aftermath recount the experiences of military men and women present at Pearl Harbor ... Read full review

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Attack at Sea
1
Battleship Row
11
Chapter HI The Navy Yard and Ford Island
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