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The Resource The attack on Pearl Harbor, David Haugen and Susan Musser, book editors

The attack on Pearl Harbor, David Haugen and Susan Musser, book editors

Label
The attack on Pearl Harbor
Title
The attack on Pearl Harbor
Statement of responsibility
David Haugen and Susan Musser, book editors
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Background information -- including primary source material -- covering the periods leading up to, during and after the event. Concludes with first-person narratives from people who lived through or were directly impacted by the event
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
  • 940.54/26693
  • 940.54
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
LC call number
D767.92
LC item number
.A788 2011
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1969-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Haugen, David M.
  • Musser, Susan
Series statement
Perspectives on modern world history
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Pearl Harbor (Hawaii), Attack on, 1941
  • Pearl Harbor (Oahu, Hawaii), Attack on, 1941
Target audience
juvenile
Label
The attack on Pearl Harbor, David Haugen and Susan Musser, book editors
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Chapter 1. Historical background on the attack on Pearl Harbor -- 1. The attack on Pearl Harbor / Michael J. O'Neal -- 2. Japan weighs its options in pursuing war in the Pacific / Giichi Nakahara -- 3. The president asks Congress to declare war against Japan / Franklin D. Roosevelt -- 4. U.S. citizens react to the attack on Pearl Harbor and their country's entry into the war / interviews by Paul Martin -- 5. The U.S. government interns people of Japanese descent / Western Defense Command, U.S. Army -- Chapter 2. Controversies surrounding the attack on Pearl Harbor -- 1. The Roosevelt administration made scapegoats of the military commanders in Hawaii / George Morgenstern -- 2. All U.S. citizens must take responsibility for the lack of national preparedness / Thomas E. Dewey -- 3. The U.S. government did not receive warning messages until after the attack on Pearl Harbor began / Kendrick Frazier -- 4. President Roosevelt did not provoke the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor / Kevin Baker -- 5. Japanese naval blunders followed the Pearl Harbor attack / Masataka Chihaya -- 6. The lessons of Pearl Harbor drove Cold War policy in the United States / Takuya Sasaki -- 7. The Pearl Harbor Memorial is a space of conflicting histories / Liz Reed -- 8. The Pearl Harbor Memorial evokes sorrow and solidarity for Japanese visitors / Yujin Yaguchi -- 9. Parallels between Pearl Harbor and 9/11 / Emily S. Rosenberg -- Chapter 3. Personal narratives -- 1. A veteran describes the attack on Pearl Harbor and its aftermath / L.E. Rogers -- 2. A Japanese American recounts the impact of Pearl Harbor on his parents / Charles Shiro Inouye -- 3. A young seaman recounts the sinking of the USS Arizona / Martin Matthews -- 4. A Japanese American citizen describes internment and his decision to join the Army / Minoru Masuda
Control code
ocn653483817
Dimensions
24 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
204 p.
Isbn
9780737750041
Isbn Type
(hardcover)
Lccn
2010033590
Other physical details
ill. (some col.), col. maps
System control number
(OCoLC)653483817
Label
The attack on Pearl Harbor, David Haugen and Susan Musser, book editors
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Chapter 1. Historical background on the attack on Pearl Harbor -- 1. The attack on Pearl Harbor / Michael J. O'Neal -- 2. Japan weighs its options in pursuing war in the Pacific / Giichi Nakahara -- 3. The president asks Congress to declare war against Japan / Franklin D. Roosevelt -- 4. U.S. citizens react to the attack on Pearl Harbor and their country's entry into the war / interviews by Paul Martin -- 5. The U.S. government interns people of Japanese descent / Western Defense Command, U.S. Army -- Chapter 2. Controversies surrounding the attack on Pearl Harbor -- 1. The Roosevelt administration made scapegoats of the military commanders in Hawaii / George Morgenstern -- 2. All U.S. citizens must take responsibility for the lack of national preparedness / Thomas E. Dewey -- 3. The U.S. government did not receive warning messages until after the attack on Pearl Harbor began / Kendrick Frazier -- 4. President Roosevelt did not provoke the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor / Kevin Baker -- 5. Japanese naval blunders followed the Pearl Harbor attack / Masataka Chihaya -- 6. The lessons of Pearl Harbor drove Cold War policy in the United States / Takuya Sasaki -- 7. The Pearl Harbor Memorial is a space of conflicting histories / Liz Reed -- 8. The Pearl Harbor Memorial evokes sorrow and solidarity for Japanese visitors / Yujin Yaguchi -- 9. Parallels between Pearl Harbor and 9/11 / Emily S. Rosenberg -- Chapter 3. Personal narratives -- 1. A veteran describes the attack on Pearl Harbor and its aftermath / L.E. Rogers -- 2. A Japanese American recounts the impact of Pearl Harbor on his parents / Charles Shiro Inouye -- 3. A young seaman recounts the sinking of the USS Arizona / Martin Matthews -- 4. A Japanese American citizen describes internment and his decision to join the Army / Minoru Masuda
Control code
ocn653483817
Dimensions
24 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
204 p.
Isbn
9780737750041
Isbn Type
(hardcover)
Lccn
2010033590
Other physical details
ill. (some col.), col. maps
System control number
(OCoLC)653483817

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