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Unprepared for Attack: December 7, 1941

December 07, 2019 · Chris 
The element of surprise leading up to the attack on Pearl Harbor was the core reason why the Imperial Japanese Navy Air Service was able to inflict so much destruction without suffering significant losses of their own. Unaware of what was hurtling toward them, the sailors, Marines, and soldiers stationed at Pearl Harbor and around […]
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World War II Aircraft: B-29 Superfortress

November 01, 2019 · Chris 
B-29 Superfortress: Born of Necessity The attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941 forced the United States into  military conflict with a powerful and bold opponent. The forces of Imperial Japan attacked the naval base on the island of Oahu in an attempt to cripple the Pacific Fleet. To answer this challenge, the Americans […]
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Advantages of a Pearl Harbor Tour

March 06, 2019 ·  
Picture it. You wake up one morning during your Hawaiian getaway and decide you want to see what Pearl Harbor has to offer. You’ve heard so much about it and know it frequently comes up as a “must-see” experience for everyone visiting Oahu. You roll out of bed just past 10:00 AM, still aching from […]
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William Manley Thompson: USS Oklahoma Hero Identified

September 05, 2017 ·  
The December 7th, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor left many families desperately hoping and praying for the safety of their loved ones. Fathers, brothers, sons, uncles – they were all thrown into the midst of one of the worst attacks on American soil, a tragic event that resulted in the loss of 2,403 American lives. […]
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Louis Zamperini: From Olympian to War Hero

June 19, 2017 ·  
During World War II, the United States military comprised the most dedicated and bravest men and women it needed to emerge victorious. Things looked grim, especially at the start of the American involvement in the war, spurred by the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7th, 1941. But these brave servicemen stepped up and gave […]
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World War II History Across America

May 31, 2017 ·  
The Second World War was a global conflict that affected nations all around the world. Though the United States entered the conflict two years after it started, the Americans had an important role in extinguishing the fires in the Pacific and in the fighting in Europe. Though no large-scale battles took place on American soil, […]
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Hawaii After Pearl Harbor

May 23, 2017 ·  
Beginning just before 0800 on December 7th, 1941, the world changed. Families lost loved ones, people across the United States were stunned, and tensions in the Pacific exploded. While the world soon felt the effects of the attack on Pearl Harbor, the most directly affected region was undoubtedly Hawaii. Once it was understood that a foreign […]
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Why Pearl Harbor Didn't Succeed

March 18, 2017 ·  
Strange as it may sound, it can quite reasonably be argued that Japan did not achieve a complete victory during the attack on Pearl Harbor. Considering what the intention was and what the long-term outcome wound up being, though the United States can’t be called a victor, neither can Japan’s forces. Simply stated, Pearl Harbor […]
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Heroes of the Harbor: Ray Chavez

March 16, 2017 ·  
At over 100 years old, Pearl Harbor’s oldest living veteran has shown less wear-and-tear than the machinery that served and survived the infamous Japanese attack. In March of 2016, Pearl Harbor hero Ray Chavez celebrated his 104th birthday, but instead of gorging on cake and taking it easy, the vet was pumping iron at a […]
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What If America Hadn’t Dropped the Atom Bombs?

March 14, 2017 ·  
As we learn more and more about the Second World War, we begin to see that some things we were initially taught may not be completely accurate. For instance, it’s widely believed that Japan only surrendered due to the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, but the reality is that the two atom bombs may have […]
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