U.S. Leaders

Discover some of America's best military minds who were stationed at Pearl Harbor and were unaware of the magnitude of the tragedy that was heading toward them. They were forced into action, knowing that the nation had been working hard to stay out of the war. Without their bravery and quick thinking, much more could have been lost during Japan’s surprise attack.

The Accountability of Admiral Husband E. Kimmel

March 18, 2017 ·  
As you learn more about the history of the United States, you often find yourself hearing different versions of how major events unfolded. The attack on Pearl Harbor is no exception, especially since the soldiers who fought there are growing older and passing on, leaving fewer people behind to right the incorrect versions of history. When it […]
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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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Admiral Kimmel, Husband E.

September 02, 2013 · Randy Miller
In February of 1941, Admiral Husband E. Kimmel became the commander-in-chief of the US Pacific Fleet. The Pacific Fleet had been moved to Pearl Harbor in 1940. Admiral Kimmel, shortly after being placed in this command expressed his concern about a surprise attack. He did not, however, make any apparent changes to prepare for such […]
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