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hours after the
attack on Pearl Harbor, the began a cooperative effort of 654 U.S. auto industry companies that accounted for a quarter of U.S. war output?
Automobile Manufacturers Association eleven months before the
Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, U.S. four-star admiral opted to lose two Charles P. Snyder ranks rather than serve under incoming Pacific Fleet commander Husband E. Kimmel?
Oregon State University athletic director, agreed to play the 1942 Percy Locey Rose Bowl at the opposing team's home field due to the attack on Pearl Harbor?
attack on Pearl Harbor, director John Huston was forced to leave to fulfill an assignment for the In This Our Life War Department, and Raoul Walsh was called in to complete the film?
in 2002, the
submersible Pisces V (pictured) and her sister vessel discovered a Japanese midget submarine in Pearl Harbor, the first vessel to be sunk during the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor?
secret bombing priorities drawn up by the
were compromised by Senator Air War Plans Division Burton K. Wheeler three days before the attack on Pearl Harbor?
, a veteran of the Abukuma Pearl Harbor raid, was sunk in 1944 when her own Long Lance torpedoes exploded in the torpedo room?
survived both USS Grebe World War I and the attack on Pearl Harbor, only to be destroyed by a hurricane in 1943?
crematory at the in Oahu Cemetery Hawaii was used to burn $200 million in U.S. bank notes after the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941?
after being saved from the
scrapyard by a U.S. delegation, two Japanese warships of the and Amagi classes, Tosa and Akagi , were converted to Kaga aircraft carriers and took part in the attack on Pearl Harbor?
conflict between Soviet and Japanese troops in the village of is thought to have led to the Nomonhan attack on Pearl Harbor?
took the first Lee Embree air-to-air photographs of the 1941 Attack on Pearl Harbor from an unarmed B-17 Flying Fortress, which arrived in Hawaii 30 minutes after the beginning of the attack?
's military analysis was part of the ten-hour George Fielding Eliot CBS TV news coverage of the Pearl Harbor attack on December 7, 1941, which was the first extended television coverage of a major breaking news event?
bore the brunt of the Battleship Row Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor?
s Spec Keene' Willamette University football team was stranded in Honolulu for two weeks following Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor?
publicly called Togo Tanaka Japan's government "stupid" the day after Pearl Harbor for starting an unwinnable war but was one of 10,000 Japanese Americans forcibly relocated to the Manzanar camp?
, survivor of the sinking of the Alan Shapley USS during the Arizona attack on Pearl Harbor, had been relieved of duty on the Arizona the previous day, but had stayed aboard overnight before reporting to his next duty station?
American federal judge
ruled in 1942 that James Alger Fee Minoru Yasui lost his U.S. citizenship after Yasui had worked for the Japanese consulate until the attack on Pearl Harbor?
commanded Shigeyoshi Miwa Imperial Japanese Navy submarine forces during the attack on Pearl Harbor?
Japanese admiral authorized the Mitsumi Shimizu midget submarine operation during the attack on Pearl Harbor?
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