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Print Sources on Pearl Harbor
The Pearl Harbor Papers: Inside the Japanese plans
Call Number: D767.92 .P397 1993 (4th floor)
Descent into Darkness: Pearl Harbor, 1941: a Navy diver's memoir
Call Number: Ebook, Read Online
The chief diver of the Pearl Harbor salvage operations, Cmdr. Edward C. Raymer, USN (Ret.), tells the whole story of the desperate attempts to save crewmembers caught inside their sinking ships. Descent into Darkness is the only book available that describes the raising and salvage operations of sunken battleships following the December 7th attack.
Pearl Harbor: Selected testimonies, fully indexed, from the Congressional Hearings (1945-1946) and prior investigations of the events leading up to the attack
Call Number: D767.92 .W67 1993 (4th floor)
In 1945 a joint committee of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives was appointed to investigate and hear testimony from a variety of military and civilian leaders about the attack on Pearl Harbor. Brought together here is a cross-section of the relevant testimony from the Congressional committee's 39-volume report. Witnesses recount events leading up to the war, American espionage efforts, the failure of radar, the penetration of the Japanese diplomatic codes, and the performance of the military.
Pearl Harbor: Primary Source Collections Online