A summary of the information available from the Naval History and Heritage Command:
The National Park that Preserves the USS Arizona:
The middle of this Memorial Day post from 2008 shares my personal link with Pearl Harbor:
One of the most expressive things about the Pearl Harbor National Monument are the “black tears” that continue to flow.
Old Time Radio offers this transcript and summary of the use of radio and the transmissions made December 7, 1941. Factual corrections are added in square brackets [correction]. A link to recordings is at the bottom:http://www.otrcat.com/air-raid-pearl-harbor.html
Pearl Harbor through the eyes of Tai Sing Loo, the official Navy photographer of Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard. There are some typos in the transcription, but I think it’s worth a read anyway. It will also help to know that Graflex is a high quality brand of camera. – http://bit.ly/hDBafS
On 69th Anniversary (2010), Pearl Harbor Survivors remember in different ways. – http://n.pr/eKLTUh
The National Archives shares Deck Logs from the ships in Pearl Harbor that they hold in their collections, giving first hand accounts.
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