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Pearl Harbor Learning Resources

What did U.S. sailors mean when they refer to seeing "the meatball"? What did Japanese pilots think about the attack? [...] »

Radar was a new technology during World War II. What role did it play in Pearl Harbor? [...] »

CBS's The Early Show draws parallels between 9/11 and Pearl Harbor. [...] »

When does a historical film go from "based on historical events" to total fiction? Historian Lawrence Suid critiques two war movies. [...] »

Explore the real stories, real heroes, real places, and real action underlying the feature film Pearl Harbor. [...] »

Can historians answer questions about alternate history? No, but they can assess a particular moment in the past. [...] »

Playing the game of alternative history—do what-ifs and if-onlys have a place in historical inquiry? [...] »

Listen to more than 12 hours of oral interviews taken in the first three months after the attack on Pearl Harbor. [...] »

How does U.S. response to Pearl Harbor contrast with U.S. response to natural disasters? [...] »

 
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