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  • A Memory: One Man's Pearl Harbor(133 clicks)
    "Woodrow Wilson Clark of Neshoba County, Mississippi, was in the radio tower at Hickam Field, Oahu, on the morning of December 7, 1941. His account of that day is under "His Story."
  • Admiral Kimmel Hearings(136 clicks)
    Pearl Harbor
  • HTA's Pearl Harbor page(121 clicks)
    Check this out for Pearl Harbor photos, documents, and links.
  • Infamous Day: Marines at Pearl Harbor(128 clicks)
    by Robert J. Cressman and J. Michael Wenger
  • Map of Pearl Harbor(146 clicks)
  • Myths of Pearl Harbor(144 clicks)
  • Pearl Habor Photographs(145 clicks)
  • Pearl Harbor - clicks)
    Experience the attack--moment by moment, target by target. Survivorsí stories and a multimedia map transport you to December 7, 1941.
  • Pearl Harbor and Japanese Surrender Photos(123 clicks)
    Historic photographs
  • Pearl Harbor Bibliography(107 clicks)
  • Pearl Harbor documents(134 clicks)
    The file contains the following documents in the order of appearance in the file: (1) UNITED STATES NOTE TO JAPAN NOVEMBER 26, 1941 (2) MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT TO THE EMPEROR OF JAPAN DECEMBER 6 (3) JAPANESE NOTE TO THE UNITED STATES DECEMBER 7, 1941 (Generally referred to as the "Fourteen Part Message.") (4) SELECTED DISPATCHES
  • Remembering Pearl Harbor(142 clicks)
    National Geographic presents an interactive Web site.
  • The Dorn Report on Culpability at Pearl Harbor(127 clicks)
    Who was responsible?
  • U.S.S. Arizona(109 clicks)
  • U.S.S. California (BB-44) (Tennessee class.)(119 clicks)
    Pearl Harbor ship.
  • USS Arizona --(147 clicks)
    The purpose of this Web exhibit is to present the papers, photographs and memorabilia of the USS Arizona held by the University of Arizona Library
  • USS Arizona Visitor Center(122 clicks)
  • Wreck of the U.S.S. Arizona(130 clicks)
    Report by underwater archeologists.