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All the Gallant Men: An American Sailor’s Firsthand Account of Pearl Harbor

A memoir by a USS Arizona survivor describes his experience of the attacks that left him with burns over more than sixty-five percent of his body, and his resolve to reenter service after his recovery.

All the Gallant Men: An American Sailor’s Firsthand Account of Pearl Harbor

Donald Stratton
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A memoir by a USS Arizona survivor describes his experience of the attacks that left him with burns over more than sixty-five percent of his body, and his resolve to reenter service after his recovery.

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Pearl Harbor: From Infamy to Greatness

Backed by five years of research, Nelson delivers all the terror, chaos, violence, tragedy and heroism of the attack in stunning details and offers surprising conclusions about unforeseen consequences.

Pearl Harbor: From Infamy to Greatness

Craig Nelson
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Backed by five years of research, Nelson delivers all the terror, chaos, violence, tragedy and heroism of the attack in stunning details and offers surprising conclusions about unforeseen consequences.

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American Home Front, 1941 – 1942

Shortly after the bombing of Pearl Harbor, Cooke, a newly naturalized citizen, set out to see his country as it was undergoing monumental change. He wanted to see what the war had done to the people, the towns, the jobs, the crops and the landscapes, to let significance fall where it might.

American Home Front, 1941 – 1942

Alistair Cooke
940.5373 Co

Shortly after the bombing of Pearl Harbor, Cooke, a newly naturalized citizen, set out to see his country as it was undergoing monumental change. He wanted to see what the war had done to the people, the towns, the jobs, the crops and the landscapes, to let significance fall where it might.

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Seven Days of Infamy: Pearl Harbor Across the World

Author Best brings together what people were doing on Dec. 7th. Kirk Douglas was a waiter, Eisenhower was taking a nap, and Edward R. Murrow was playing golf. This book offers a human look at an event that would forever alter the global landscape.

Seven Days of Infamy: Pearl Harbor Across the World

Nicholas Best
940.5426 Bes

Author Best brings together what people were doing on Dec. 7th. Kirk Douglas was a waiter, Eisenhower was taking a nap, and Edward R. Murrow was playing golf. This book offers a human look at an event that would forever alter the global landscape.

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December 6: a novel

Harry Niles was raised in Japan by his American missionary parents. In December 1941 Harry must decide where his true allegiances lie.

December 6: a novel

Martin Cruz Smith
Smith

Harry Niles was raised in Japan by his American missionary parents. In December 1941 Harry must decide where his true allegiances lie.

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Little Tokyo Informant

Special agent Jimmy Nessheim follows a trail of Russian money to a risky undercover gambit in Hawaii hours before the Japanese surprise attack.

Little Tokyo Informant

Andrew Rosenheim
Rosenhe

Special agent Jimmy Nessheim follows a trail of Russian money to a risky undercover gambit in Hawaii hours before the Japanese surprise attack.

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Garden of Stones

Lucy Takeda is just fourteen years old, living in Los Angeles, when the bombs rain down on Pearl Harbor. Within weeks she and her mother, Miyako, are ripped from their home and taken to the Manzanar prison camp where corruption and abuse are rampant.

Garden of Stones

Sophie Littlefield
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Lucy Takeda is just fourteen years old, living in Los Angeles, when the bombs rain down on Pearl Harbor. Within weeks she and her mother, Miyako, are ripped from their home and taken to the Manzanar prison camp where corruption and abuse are rampant.

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Call to Arms

Griffin’s epic story of an elite fraternity within the Marine Corps., known as the Raiders takes form after the attack on Pearl Harbor.

Call to Arms

W.E.B. Griffin
Griffin

Griffin’s epic story of an elite fraternity within the Marine Corps., known as the Raiders takes form after the attack on Pearl Harbor.

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The Unfinished Revolution: Voices from the Global Fight for Women's Rights

Around the world, women and girls are trafficked into forced labor and sex slavery, trapped in conflict zones where rape is a weapon of war, prevented from attending school, and kept from making deeply personal choices in their private lives, such as whom and when to marry. More than 30 writers—Nobel Prize laureates, leading activists, top policymakers, and former victims—have contributed to this anthology.—Amazon

The Unfinished Revolution: Voices from the Global Fight for Women's Rights
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Around the world, women and girls are trafficked into forced labor and sex slavery, trapped in conflict zones where rape is a weapon of war, prevented from attending school, and kept from making deeply personal choices in their private lives, such as whom and when to marry. More than 30 writers—Nobel Prize laureates, leading activists, top policymakers, and former victims—have contributed to this anthology.—Amazon

March of the Suffragettes: Rosalie Gardiner Jones and the March for Voting Rights

In 1912, a well-educated woman from an established New York family led a 175-mile march from New York City to the state capitol in Albany with the goal of handing the governor a petition urging him to support voting rights for women. They refused to be dissuaded by family members, unruly bystanders, the lack of food, and the cold weather. Their dedication to the cause was as strong as their friendship for one another, and this combination catapulted them to success. —School Library Journal

March of the Suffragettes: Rosalie Gardiner Jones and the March for Voting Rights

Zachary Michael Jack
Adult Nonfiction - 324.623 Jac

In 1912, a well-educated woman from an established New York family led a 175-mile march from New York City to the state capitol in Albany with the goal of handing the governor a petition urging him to support voting rights for women. They refused to be dissuaded by family members, unruly bystanders, the lack of food, and the cold weather. Their dedication to the cause was as strong as their friendship for one another, and this combination catapulted them to success. —School Library Journal

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