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     dv 5th ed, Aug 93


A Selected Bibliography of MHI Sources

                     Bibliography & Historiography..............p.1  
                     General Accounts...........................p.1  
                     Intelligence Aspects.......................p.3  
                     Investigations & Inquiries.................p.4  
                     Other Specific Aspects.....................p.6  
                     Personal Recollections (U.S.)..............p.7  
                     Japanese Perspective.......................p.8  
Coox, Alvin D. "Repulsing the Pearl Harbor Revisionists: The State of Present Literature on the Debacle." Mil Affairs 50 (Jan 1986): pp. 29-31. Per. Melosi, Martin V. "The Triumph of Revisionism: The Pearl Harbor Controversy, 1941 - 1942." Public Hist 5 (Spg 1983): pp. 87- 103. Per.
Baecher, John F. The Navy Story of Pearl Harbor. Report, Navy Dept, 27 Nov 1945. 312 p. D767.92B27. Burtness, Paul S., and Ober, Warren U. The Puzzle of Pearl Harbor. NY: Row, Peterson, 1962. 244 p. D767.92B8. Pearl Harbor p.2 Cohen, Stan. East Wind Rain. Montana: Pictorial Histories, 1981. 182 p. D767.92C63. Costello, John E. "Remember Pearl Harbor." USN Inst Proceed 109 (Sep 1983): pp. 53-62. AWCLib. Lord, Walter. Day of Infamy. NY: 1957. 233 p. D767.92L66. Lott, Arnold S., and Sumrall, Robert F. Pearl Harbor Attack: An Abbreviated History. Pampton Lakes, NJ: Leeward, 1974. 32 p. D767.92L68. MHQ 4 (Autumn 1991): pp. 8-73. Per. 7 related articles in special issue. Parkinson, Roger. Attack on Pearl Harbor. NY: Putnam's, 1973. 127 p. D767.92P332. Prange, Gordon W. At Dawn We Slept: The Untold Story of Pearl Harbor. NY: McGraw-Hill, 1981. 873 p. D767.92P72. _________. December 7, 1941: The Day the Japanese Attacked Pearl Harbor. NY: McGraw-Hill, 1988. 493 p. D767.92P7223. _________. Pearl Harbor: The Verdict of History. NY: McGraw-Hill, 1986. 699 p. D767.92P722. Sheehan, Ed. One Sunday Morning. Australia: Island Heritage, 1971. 138 p. D767.92S45. Toland, John. Infamy: Pearl Harbor and Its Aftermath. NY: Doubleday, 1982. 366 p. D767.92T63. Wallin, Homer N. Pearl Harbor: Why, How, Fleet Salvage and Final Appraisal. Wash, DC: GPO, 1968. 377 p. D767.92W3. Weintraub, Stanley. Long Day's Journey into War: December 7, 1941. NY: Dutton, 1991. 706 p. D767.92W45. _________. Papers. 6 bxs. Arch. Notes & corresp re his Long Day's Journey book. Pearl Harbor p.3 See also: - US Army World War II (Green Book) series, D769A533.
Bidwell, Bruce W. History of the Military Intelligence Division Department of the Army General Staff, 1775 - 1941. Frederick, MD: Univ Presses of Amer, 1986. 625 p. UB251U5B53. Orig a 1954 Dept of Army typescript study. See Pt 4. Burtness, Paul S., and Ober, Warren. "Research Methodology: Problem of Pearl Harbor Intelligence Reports." Mil Affairs 25 (Wntr 1961): pp. 132-146. Per. Critical appraisal of Yokikawa & Stanford article cited below. Conroy, Hilary, & Wray, Harry, eds. Pearl Harbor Reexamined: Prologue to the Pacific War. Honolulu: UP Hawaii, 1990. 200 p. D767.92P42. 18 articles re diplomatic aspects. Ex-CBI Roundup (Dec 1991): 32 p. Per. Entire issue on subject. Falk, Stanley L. "The U.S. Army and 7 Dec, 1941." Army (Dec 1991): pp. 202-26. Per. Farago, Ladislas. The Broken Seal: The Story of Operation Magic and the Pearl Harbor Disaster. NY: Random House, 1967. 439 p. D742U5F3. Kahn, David. "Why Weren't We Warned?" MHQ (Autmn 1991): pp. 50- 59. Per. Analyzes the code breaking intell available. Layton, Edwin T. "And I Was There": Pearl Harbor and Midway-- Breaking the Secrets. NY: Morrow, 1985. 596 p. D767.92L39. By US Navy's Pacific intell officer. Pearl Harbor p.4 Levite, Ariel. Intelligence and Strategic Surprises. NY: Columbia UP, 1987. 220 p. UB250L48. Rusbridger, James. "Winds of Warning: Mythology & Fact About Enigma and Pearl Harbor." Encounter (Jan 1986): pp. 6-13. MiscFile: Intell-WWII. Slavin, Peter. "History's Close Call." Insight (2 Mar 1992): pp. 14-16 & 38-39. Misc: WWII-Pac.
Barlett, Bruce R. Cover Up: The Politics of Pearl Harbor, 1941- 1946. NY: Arlington, 1978. 189 p. D767.92B343. Clausen, Henry C., & Lee, Bruce. Pearl Harbor: Final Judgement. NY: Crown, 1992. 478 p. D878.92C58. By an investigator of 1944-45. Falls, Cyril. "Aftermath of War: The Pearl Harbor Debate." Illus London News (22 Sep 1945): pp. 320ff. Per. Melosi, Martin V. "National Security Misused: The Aftermath of Pearl Harbor." Prologue 9 (Sum 1977): pp. 75-89. Per. Focuses on political partisanship in the investigations. Morgenstern, George. Pearl Harbor: The Story of the Secret War. NY: Devin-Adair, 1974. 415 p. D767.92M6. Sasso, Claude R. "Scapegoats or Culprits: Kimmel and Short at Pearl Harbor." Mil Rev (Dec 1983): pp. 28-47. Per. Short, Walter C. Papers. 10 bxs. Arch. Incl transcript of Cong inquiry. Smith, Stanley H., comp. Investigations of the Attack on Pearl Harbor: Index to Government Hearings. NY: Greenwood, 1990. 251 p. D767.92A52index. Indexes the US Cong hearings cited below. Pearl Harbor p.5 Trefousse, Hans. What Happened at Pearl Harbor? NY: Twayne, 1958. 324 p. D767.92T7. U.S. Congress. Attack Upon Pearl Harbor by Japanese Armed Forces-- Roberts Report. Newspaper extract, Washington Star, 25 Jan 1942. 11 p. D742J2. _________. Joint Committee on the Investigation of the Pearl Harbor Attack. Investigation of the Pearl Harbor Attack: Report.... Wash, DC: GPO, 1946. 579 p. D767.92A5. _________. Pearl Harbor Attack. Hearings, 79th Cong, 1st sess, Nov 1945-Jan 1946. 39 vols. D767.92A5. And later index (see Smith above). U.S. Navy Dept. Pearl Harbor Court of Inquiry. "...Finding of Facts...." Mimeo report, w/endorsements 1944-45. ca 125 p. D767.92A52. U.S. War Dept. Army Pearl Harbor Board. Report, 20 Oct 1944. 304 p. D767.92A53. Chap 5 omitted as per SecWar. Villard, Oswald G. "The Pearl Harbor Report." Current Hist 2 (Mar 1942): pp. 11-15. Per.
Durfree, Mary Hughes. "Between Past and Future: The Lessons of Pearl Harbor in American Defense Policy." PhD dss, Cornell U, 1990. 194 p. UA23.165D87. Trainer, James L. "Re-Learning the Lessons of Pearl Harbor." Armed Forces Mgt 13 (Dec 1966): pp. 6-26+. Per. U.S. Cmd & Gen Staff College. Lessons From the Pearl Harbor Attack. Memo, Jun 1947. 27 p. CGSC-LPHA. U.S. Dept of Army. Field Service Regulations, Operations. Field Manual 100-5, 15 Aug 1949. pp. 264-74. FM. "Lessons of the Pearl Harbor Attack" -- 25 corrective principles recommended by Congressional investigative committee. Pearl Harbor p.6
Allmon, Wm B. "Doris Miller was 'Only a Cook'...." World War II (Mar 1991): pp. 8, 58 & 60. Per. Black sailor who earned Navy Cross during the attack. Chambers, Dave. "What the Pearl Harbor Chaplains were Doing on Pearl Harbor Day." Address, Dec 1991. 13 p. MiscFile: Chaplains. Condon-Rall, Mary Ellen. "The U.S. Army Medical Department and the Attack on Pearl Harbor." Jrnl Mil Hist 53 (Jan 1989): pp. 65-78. Per. Cressman, Robert J. & Wenger, J. Michael. Infamous Day: Marines at Pearl Harbor. Pamphlet, USMC Hist Div, 1992. 32 p. D767.92.C73. Hoehling, Adolph A. The Week Before Pearl Harbor. NY: Norton, 1963. 238 p. D767.92H6. Hone, Thoms C. "The Destruction of the Battle Line at Pearl Harbor." USN Inst Proceed 103 (Dec 1977): pp. 49-59. AWCLib. Meyer, Richard J. "Instantaneous Communications (Disastrous Delay on Message From Washington to Hawaii)." Signal 22 (Feb 1968): pp. 13-14. Per. Rusbridger, James, & Nave, Eric. Betrayal at Pearl Harbor: How Churchill Lured Roosevelt into World War II. NY: Summit, 1991. 302 p. D767.92R87. And 1992 ed., Simon & Schuster, 290 p. Ryan, Paul B. "The Thunder of Silence: General Marshall's Moral Dilemma." Arm Forces Jrnl (Aug 1983): pp. 59-62. Per. Slackman, Michael. Target: Pearl Harbor. Honolulu: UP of Hawaii, 1990. 354 p. D767.92S52. Focuses on mil-civ relations in Hawaii & Army's suspicion of fifth column activities. Pearl Harbor p.7 Theobald, Robert A. The Final Secret of Pearl Harbor. NY: Devin-Adair, 1954. 202 p. D767.92T5. Wolf, William. "Aerial Action: Pearl Harbor Attack." AAHS Jrnl 34 (Spr 1989): pp. 59-64. Per. See also: - Hector C. Bywater (BiogBibs)
Bowser, Edward. Personal ltr. Arch. Served in 21st Inf Rgt. Clark, Blake. "Remember Pearl Harbor." 3 pts. Inf Jrnl 50 (Apr 1942): pp. 14-20; (May 1942): pp. 31-36; and (Jun 1942). Per. Gray, Denver D. "I Remember Pearl Harbor: A Nebraska Army Air Force Officer in the Pacific Theatre During World War II." Nebraska Hist 62 (Wtr 1981): pp. 437-80. Per. And his papers (Arch) & photos (PhotoArch). Kimmel, Husband E. Admiral Kimmel's Story. Chicago: Regnery, 1955. 206 p. D767.92K54. La Forte, Robert S., & Marcello, Ronald E., eds. Remembering Pearl Harbor: Eyewitness Accounts by U.S. Military Men and Women. Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources, 1991. 301 p. D767.92R43. Travers, Paul J. Eyewitness to Infamy: An Oral History of Pearl Harbor. NY: Madison, 1991. 268 p. D767.92T68. Yeo, Stewart. Papers. 1 bx. Arch. Incl memoirs of his wife's reaction in Hawaii. Young, Stephen B. Trapped at Pearl Harbor: Escape from Battleship Oklahoma. Annapolis, MD: Naval Inst, 1991. 190 p. D774O4Y68. Pearl Harbor p.8 See also: - Papers of H.H. Blackwell, Denver Gray & Ruth Lawson, WWII MiscColl, Arch - WWII Vets Survey
Bratzel, John F., and Route, Leslie B., Jr. "Pearl Harbor, Microdots, and J. Edgar Hoover." Amer Hist Rev 87 (Dec 1982): pp. 1342-1351. Per. On a failed German espionage mission to Hawaii, Sum 1941, undertaken in behalf of Japanese. Cook, Theodore R., Jr. "Tokyo, December 8, 1941." MHQ (Atmn 1991): pp. 30-35. Per. Genda, Minoru. "Tragedy at Pearl Harbor." Trans of Dec 1962 Jap article by a planner of the attack. US DOD Intell Info Rpt, Jan 1963. 8 p. ARMA-J3-R12-63. Prange, Gordon W., et al. God's Samurai: Lead Pilot at Pearl Harbor. NY: Brassey's, 1990. 349 p. D767.92P7224. Biog of Mitsuo Fuchida, who survived the war. Sakamaki, Kazuo. I Attacked Pearl Harbor. NY: Assoc Press, 1949. 124 p. D767.92S3. Supreme Commander of the Allied Powers (SCAP). Allied Translator and Interp Sec. The Pearl Harbor Operation. Resch Rpt 132, Dec 1945. 31 p. ATIS-RR132. Planning and executing the attack, as reflected in captured documents & other Jap sources. Tsunoda, Jun, & Uchida, Kazutomi. "The Pearl Harbor Attack: Admiral Yamamoto's Fundamental Concept." Nav War College Rev 31 (Fall 1978): pp. 83-88. Per. U.S. Army Forces Far East. Mil Hist Sec. Pearl Harbor Operations: General Outline of Orders and Plans. In the Japanese Monograph Series (No 97). Tokyo, 19 Feb 1953. 31 p. D767.2J3613no97. Pearl Harbor p.9 Yoshikawa, Takeo, and Stanford, Norman. "Top Secret Assignment." USN Inst Proceed 76 (Dec 1960): pp. 27-39. AWCLib.
Freeman, Tom & Delgado, James P. Pearl Harbor Recalled: New Images of the Day of Infamy. Annapolis, MD: Naval Inst, 1991. 161 p. D767.92F74. Orig paintings. Goldstein, Donald M., et al. The Way It Was: Pearl Harbor: The Original Photographs. NY: Brassey's, 1991. 181 p. D767.92W39. Incls many Jap photos. Hyde, A.P. "Then and Now." After the Battle (No 38, 1982): 53 p. Per. Kimmett, Larry, & Regis, Margaret. The Attack on Pearl Harbor: An Illustrated History. Seattle,l WA: Navigator, 1992. 126 p. D767.92K543. Skinner, James M. "December 7: Filmic Myth Masquerading as Historical Fact." Jrnl Mil Hist 55 (Oct 1991): pp. 507-16. Per. Propaganda film made under OSS.
Army Times. Pearl Harbor and Hawaii. NY: Walker, 1971. 180 p. D767.92P39. Clark, Blake. Remember Pearl Harbor. NY: Modern Age, 1942. 127 p. D767.92C55. Korotkov, G. "Pearl Harbor." Soviet Mil Rev (Nov 1971): pp. 42-45. Per. Cold War perspective. Moody, Sid, et al. Pearl Harbor: 50th Anniversary Special Edition. Stamford, CT: Longmeadow, 1991. 191 p. D767.92P389. Pearl Harbor p.10 Pearl Harbor Hist Assoc. Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941. Brochure, Sperryville, VA, 1986. 4 p. BibFile: WWII-Pac-Pearl. Compilation of various data. Pearl Harbor Survivors Assoc. Silver Anniversary Commemorative Book. Santa Ana, CA: Taylor, 1984. 224 p. D767.92P422. Powers, Wm. M. "Pearl Harbor Today." USN Inst Proceed 107 (Dec 1991): pp. 52-61. AWCLib. U.S. Dept of Interior. Nat Park Svc. USS Arizona Memorial. "Myths and Legends About the December 7, 1941 Attack on Pearl Harbor." Info sheet, n.d. 7 p. BibFiles. U.S. War Communiques, 9-11 Dec 1941. Army Navy Jrnl (13 Dec 1941): p. 398. Per. See also: - WWII Misc Coll, Arch. Incls pertinent material in folders of Ruth Lawson & Herbert Blackwell.

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