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Pearl Harbor Links

Here is a listing of sites related to the Dec. 7th, 1941, attack on Pearl Harbor, Territory of Hawaii.

"No warranty is expressed or implied" regarding these sites, but they seemed to be, for the most part, well done.

Included in the list is one site which will serve as an example of the "witch hunting" which still goes on regarding that infamous day. It is included as partial explanation as to why we have expended thousands of hours of work to bring primary sources documents to the public at large and take them out of the hands of the selective-quotation crowd.

The Kimmel Hearings. Transcript of efforts by family and Sen. Strom Thrumond to have Adm. Kimmel exonerated.
The Dorn Report The Department of Defense repsonse to this request.

Pearl Harbor: Why, How, Fleet Salvage and Final Appraisal by V.Adm. Homer N. Wallin, USN (provided by Navis Magazine)

The Pearl Harbor Survivors Association.

National Archives and Records Administration: "Prelude to War."

The War in the Central and Northern Pacific"
Link to Grolier Online.

A breif bibliography from the Military History Institute.

Liegh Kimmel's excellent annotated bibliography. From here you can jump to her Pearl Harbor Revisionism page.

Myths and Facts about USS ARIZONA." By Andrew Toppan. Jump from here to his massive Rail, Sea and Air page.

"Air Raid On Pearl Harbor X This is no drill." Facsimile of radiogram from Pearl Harbor.
Also available is audio of FDR's address to Congress on Dec. 8th.

Quicktime movie footage of Pearl Harbor attack aftermath, including FDR addressing Congress.
Caution! You'll need a Quicktime movie viewer installed and time for 3338K of file to download.

"Road to Pearl Harbor" from University of San Diego.

Pearl Harbor Remembered. Dedicated to the memory of that day.

University of Arizona page dedicated to USS Arizona.

National Park Service USS Arizona Memorial Page

Was FDR to blame?Or do some people have way too much time on their hands?

Locations Of Warships Of The United States Navy December 7 1941

Japanese Strike Force: The Ships That Attacked Pearl Harbor And Their Fate."

Bio. of Yamamoto Isoroku Head of the Japanese Navy.

Two interviews with Cdr. Rochefort, from CRYPTOLOG Magazine:
AFTERTHOUGHTS--Rochefort on:The Second Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor
AFTERTHOUGHTS--Rochefort on: A Successful Failure; Communications Intelligence and Pearl Harbor

Japan's Decision for War by Louis Morton, from Command Decisions.

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