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Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day Electronic Resources

 

Pearl Harbor Rembrance Day Print Resources




Infamous day : Marines at Pearl Harbor, 7 December 1941 - Robert J. Cressman and J. Michael Wenger
Call Number: D 214.14/4: IN 3
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Pearl Harbor : Why, How, Fleet Salvage, and Final Appraisal - Homer N. Wallin; with a foreword by Ernest McNeill Eller
Call Number: D 207.10/2: P 31/2
Univ Lib Government Documents Bookshelves (2nd Floor South)

Pearl Harbor revisited United States Navy Communications Intelligence, 1924-1941 - Frederick D. Parker
Call Number: D 1.2: P 32/3
Univ Lib Government Documents, Microfiche (2nd FL South)

Selective Service in Wartime : Second Report of the Director of Selective Service, 1941-42 - Edward A. Fitzpatrick
Call Number: Pr 32.5271: 942
Univ Lib Government Documents Bookshelves (2nd Floor South)

The "Magic" background of Pearl Harbor - Dept. of Defense, U.S.A. 1978
Call Number: D 1.2: P 32/
Univ Lib Government Documents Bookshelves (2nd Floor South)

USS Arizona Memorial - National Park Service, U.S. Dept. of the Interior, 1991
Call Number: I 29.21: AR 4 Z/991
Univ Lib Government Documents Bookshelves (2nd Floor South)

 

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