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Pearl Harbor: The Day of Infamy - An Illustrated History
From the creators of The Discovery of the Titanic comes THE illustrated publishing event of 2001 releasing with THE movie event of 2001 Franklin Delano Roosevelt proclaimed it "A day that will live in infamy"-December 7, 1941, the one date from the Second World War that almost every American knows by heart. Pearl Harbor is the definitive illustrated account of that momentous day. No other battle of the Pacific War was better documented in photographs than was... read more
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Events leading up to (well-staged) Pearl Harbor attack, from both American and Japanese points of view. Well-documented screenplay shows major and minor blundering on both sides, then recreates attack with frightening realism. Well-made film creates incredible tension. Oscar-winning special effects. - Leonard Maltin's 2001 Movie & Video Guide
Pearl Harbor
Written by Randall Wallace, this is the book version of the film.
Pearl Harbor : The Movie and the Moment
This gorgeously illustrated companion volume brilliantly captures the movie and the history it celebrates. Filled with nearly 200 images, including four-color movie stills, candid shots, storyboards, sketches and maps, this book offers something for every movie and history buff. Offering a unique, behind-the-scenes glimpse of a blockbuster in the making, this illustrated volume features articles and sidebars detailing the making of the movie, including fascinating information about the special effects and music, as well as the roles of the director, producer, and editing teams. In addition, the illuminating and authoritative text touches on the history of the Pearl Harbor naval base, the daily lives of its officers, and the events surrounding World War II. Interviews with survivors, profiles of major war figures, gripping accounts of bombing raids, and outlines of American, European, and Japanese military strategies bring to life the drama and glory of a timeless chapter in world history, while providing a rich and exciting exploration of American cinema at its best.
DVD/Video
Pearl Harbor - December 7, 1941 (Commemorative Edition 5-Pack)
Features:
5 disc set
Short subject: December 7, 1941, directed by John Ford
Trivia quizzes
Slide shows
Biographies of Douglas MacArthur and Admiral C.W. Nimitz
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Pearl Harbor - December 7, 1941 (Commemorative Edition)
Features:
Short subject: December 7, 1941, directed by John Ford
Bonus feature: Know Your Enemy, directed by Frank Capra
Trivia quizzes
Slide shows
Biographies of Douglas MacArthur and Admiral C.W. Nimitz
Newspaper excerpts
Full-screen format
Sacrifice at Pearl Harbor (2001)
In this authoritative and suspenseful documentary, the BBC takes you inside the secret activities of the Americans, the British and the Japanese as each nation moved fatefully toward the "date that will live in infamy."
Books:
At Dawn We Slept: The Untold Story of Pearl Harbor
The monumental history of Pearl Harbor that The New York Times called "impossible to forget"--now with a new chapter by Goldstein and Dillon. Based on 37 years of massive research and countless interviews, this is a landmark study written with the dramatic sweep of a martial epic.
16 pages of photographs.
Day of Deceit : The Truth About FDR and Pearl Harbor
The Pearl Harbor disaster continues to be controversial. Uncertainty about whether the U.S. had knowledge of the Japanese attack has led to books suspicious of FDR's actions, such as John Toland's Infamy (1982). Although Stinnett's accusatory light doesn't definitively fall on FDR, it illuminates fishy aspects of the case. For starters, Stinnett, despite his assiduous Freedom of Information Act campaign that produced most of his data, was often stymied by official secrecy still enveloping... more
Pearl Harbor Child : A Child's View of Pearl Harbor--From Attack to Peace
Gr. 5^-8. Graham Salisbury's YA novel Under the Blood-Red Sun (1994) dramatizes World War II in Hawaii from the viewpoint of a Japanese American boy, but otherwise there has been little written for young people about what it was like to be a child there when the Japanese bombs fell and civilians were caught in the war at home... more Hazel Rochman
The Pearl Harbor Papers : Inside the Japanese Plans
The only book on Pearl Harbor to take the reader inside teh Japanese perspective, revealing the original Japanese documents on "Operation Hawaii."

Features a full reproduction of one of the most important documents of the war--the top-secret map drawn in great detail by Japanese commander Mitsuo Fuchida for his post-battle briefing of Emperor Hirohito.

Air Raid-Pearl Harbor! : The Story of December 7, 1941
On December 7, 1941, Americans were shocked to hear that Pearl Harbor had been devastated by a Japanese air raid. Theodore Taylor looks at Japanese intelligence work and at the American anti-intelligence efforts, which were often careless or ineffective. But once the raid was launched, bravery abounded--on both sides.
Pearl Harbor Is Burning! : A Story of World War II (Once upon America)
A fast-paced, brief story of two boys living in Hawaii - one American and one Japanese American - who witness the attack on Pearl Harbor. Frank and Kenji have just become friends, and Frank is quickly overcoming his prejudice against nonwhites. The story is a page turner, and the positive change in Frank's feelings is realistic. -- Copyright 1992 The Horn Book, Inc. All rights reserved. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
We Remember Pearl Harbor: The Civilian side of the Pearl Harbor Story
Lawrence Rodriggs has given us a glimpse into the souls of those who were on Oahu the day Pearl Harbor was bombed. Their lives were changed forevermore. In their interviews with the author, each person recalled in vivid color the events of that day. A variety of races was represented, as were men, women, boys and girls, from a wide range of occupations and backgrounds. Having read military accounts of Pearl Harbor, it was with great interest that I read the eyewitnesses of civilians in their own words. For many, it was as if it had happened yesterday. These people did whatever was necessary to survive during those most difficult days. They showed deep commitment to their families and to our country. Their resilience is an inspiration to all of us.
Descent into Darkness : Pearl Harbor, 1941: A Navy Diver's Memoir
Raymer's World War II memoirs throw some light on a literally dark side of Pearl Harbor and the Pacific war--the salvage efforts on sunken and damaged ships. He spent most of his wartime diving career in Hawaii, working on ships ranging from the ruined Arizona to the comparatively easily salvaged California, but also took a side trip to Guadalcanal aboard a salvage tug. His is a plain tale plainly told, and one could wish for more material on diving and less on chasing women and liquor ashore. Yet Raymer pays tribute to fallen comrades--diving was nearly as dangerous as combat--to good and bad superiors and divers, and to the technical ingenuity of the U.S. Navy at the time of its greatest trial. He adds more than enough to our knowledge of the Pacific war for his recollections to be worthwhile. Roland Green
Long Day's Journey into War : Pearl Harbor and a World at War - December 7, 1941
To make and place the thousands of minute tiles that make up this great mosaic of war is a remarkable feat; to have done it so artfully is astounding.

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Pearl Harbor: The Day of Infamy - An Illustrated History
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Pearl Harbor : The Movie and the Moment
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Pearl Harbor - December 7, 1941 (Commemorative Edition 5-Pack)
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