Link to Us
Add a link to PearlHarbor.org on your Web page, and give your visitors one-click access to the Web's most comprehensive Pearl Harbor site.
If you have a web site, or you are a student or teacher, we want you to link to us.
To use one of the images or text below just copy the HTML code below and put it in your web page.
Rules of Use
You may not:
- Attribute a link on your site to our site and then link somewhere else.
- Frame any part of our site or content or otherwise present the content as your own.
At all times, when our content is served the location bar must display only the URL of the appropriate PearlHarbor.org web page.
- Use any of our logos or images, except as outlined herein, without written permission.
Further you may not use any link, nor link to us from any web site or web page containing material, that:
We reserve the right to require you to discontinue all or any links maintained by you at any time.
In such event, you must immediately remove the link(s) from your web site.
- infringes or otherwise violates any copyright, trademark, patent, trade secret or other intellectual property right
- is libelous, defamatory or invasive of any right of publicity or privacy or other personal right
- is misleading or inaccurate or constitutes false or deceptive advertising
- is obscene, indecent, harassing or otherwise objectionable in the sole discretion of PearlHarbor.org; or
- violates any applicable law, rule or regulation
- disparages, or reflects negatively upon PearlHarbor.org.
How To Link
PC - Right click on the image and choose "Save Picture/Image As"
Mac - Click and hold down over the image and choose "Save This Image As"
Note: Please save these image(s) to your website... do not link from our copies.
Use the following HTML for linking:
We are allowing use of this image on a trial basis
HTML Code for Image Link
What Happened in the Attack on Pearl Harbor? Visit PearlHarbor.org You know you want to know.
HTML Code for Text Link
Modifications to the text link above may be modified in a dignified and reasonable manner per suggestions below:
- PearlHarbor.org - What happened?
- PearlHarbor.org - Speeches, Images, Videos
- Visit PearlHarbor.org
- Eyewitness Accounts in the Attack on Pearl Harbor
- Learn About Dorie Miller, Hero at Pearl Harbor
- Subscribe to PearlHarbor.org
- Complete casualty list for Pearl Harbor Attack
- What ships were at Pearl Harbor?