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Myths About the Attack on Pearl Harbor

March 16, 2017 ·  
Much is known about the attack on Pearl Harbor, but one has to stop every so often and consider how much of it is truth and how much has been twisted over the years. Seventy-five years ago, the naval base on Oahu’s coast fell victim to a surprise attack by the Japanese, launching the United States […]
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Revisiting the Past: How Japan Views Pearl Harbor

March 15, 2017 ·  
It’s likely that a survey of Japanese people taken during the early 1940s about the attack on Pearl Harbor would show broad agreement that it was a necessity. It wasn’t just a declaration of war against the United States and an attempt to cripple the American Navy, it was one in a series of battles against […]
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Four Pearl Harbor Documentaries Worth Looking For

March 15, 2017 ·  
The World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument is an incredible resource for learning what occurred on December 7th, 1941, when the Japan’s aerial and seafaring forces attacked Pearl Harbor, but it can be tough to absorb everything you hear about during the course of your tour. A lot of stories are told, many […]
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Seeing Inside Pearl Harbor: Navy Deck Logs from the Attack

March 06, 2017 ·  
Knowing exactly what happened at Pearl Harbor used to require one to have actually been present at the time of the attack. Even specifics about accounts and memories from survivors can be muddied by the adrenaline rush and the action of what’s unfolding around them. What does help paint the best picture are documents pulled specifically […]
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Women of the War

February 28, 2017 ·  
World War II was not just a war fought by the military factions of each country. The moment that the declaration of war rang through the United States, the entire nation invested itself in the conflict overseas. While, for the U.S. at least, it was very much a war fought primarily by men, that doesn’t […]
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Civilians Affected by the Attack: Pearl Harbor's Collateral Damage

January 10, 2017 ·  
When we talk about the attack on Pearl Harbor that occurred in December of 1941, we’re quick to jump to stories of the sailors who opposed Japan’s forces and the mighty vessels that were damaged or sank, but we tend to forget that at the start of the attack, regular people were going about their […]
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Pearl Harbor Quotes

June 18, 2014 · Randy Miller
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Pearl Harbor Survivor Frank Navagato

November 19, 2012 · Randy Miller
Pearl Harbor Survivor Frank Navagato was a 22-year-old Army Air Corps corporal stationed in Hawaii when the attack hit Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. He was an aerial gunner with the 86th Observation Squadron on that Sunday morning when scores of Japanese warplanes bombed and strafed his base at Bellows Field, Hawaii. Navagato had […]
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Remember Pearl Harbor Tour from Waikiki

Guided Tour

6-7 hours (approx.)
From $129

The Complete Pearl Harbor Tour Experience With Lunch

Guided Tour

10.5 hours (approx.)
From $204

Pearl Harbor & Honolulu City Tour from Waikiki

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5.5 hours (approx.)
From $67

Official Passport to Pearl Harbor


6-8 hours (approx.)
From $89.99
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