Before The Attack

Learn how tensions between the United States and the Empire of Japan were mounting months before the attack. The bomb plots, undelivered U.S. intelligence warnings, the forming of the America First Committee, and more.

Cryptographers in Pearl Harbor and WWII

November 15, 2016 ·  
WWII was a war of deception and subterfuge. There is no better example of such deception than Pearl Harbor. On the morning of December 7th, 1941, the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor while still holding peace talks with the United States. The Japanese did send a declaration of war, which conveniently did not reach the Americans […]
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Pre-war history of Pearl Harbor

November 04, 2016 ·  
Pre-war history of Pearl Harbor – Wai Momi When we speak of the history of Pearl Harbor, the first thing that comes to mind is the Japanese attack, which happened in 1941 and determined the role that the US took in World War II. However, Pearl Harbor has a long history of legends, mystery, trade […]
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Japan's Leaders: Who Was in Charge of the Pearl Harbor Attack?

October 22, 2016 ·  
The attack on Pearl Harbor in December 1941 was well coordinated, well-planned and no doubt a surprise to the US military that were stationed there. That was the plan, after all. But the attack – and the recovery – could not have been possible without the key players for both Japan and the US at […]
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Why did the US set up at Pearl Harbor?

October 15, 2016 ·  
The history of the Hawaiian Islands is clear, and the historical presence of its people is known to date back as far as 124AD, depending on which history book you read it from. The original Hawaiians were of Polynesian origin and came from the Marquesas Islands. The Islands were run under their own monarchy for […]
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FDR's Day of Infamy

July 04, 2016 ·  
24 hours with the President As far as President Franklin D. Roosevelt knew when he woke up on December 7, 1941, the negotiations between the United States and the Empire of Japan still held a hope of averting war between the nations. The talks were beginning to languish, but they had not yet fallen through—or […]
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The Opana Radar Station

June 02, 2016 ·  
How we almost knew about the Pearl Harbor attack before it happened. If U.S. planes hadn’t been coming in the same morning... If they would have had more practice using radar technology... If they had known about the Japanese submarine that had been spotted… Could Pearl Harbor have been saved? How often we look back […]
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USS Pennsylvania - The Day the Music Died

April 20, 2016 ·  
On Saturday night, December 6, 1941, a rousing musical competition, the Battle of Music, entertained many U.S. sailors and their guests in the Bloch Arena at the Pearl Harbor Naval Station. Twenty-one-member bands were competing in the semi-finals to see who would face off against the bands of the USS Arizona and the Marine Corps Barracks. The […]
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The History of Pearl Harbor Before the Attack

April 20, 2012 · Randy Miller
Polynesians have inhabited the Hawaiian Islands for centuries. Hawaii was discovered relatively late by Europeans. The first visit by westerners to the islands was in 1778 when the British Captain James Cook arrived. The English ship Butterworth, under Captain William Brown, entered Honolulu Harbor in 1793. Captain Cook passed it on his famous voyage in […]
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