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Find full-text, authoritative e-books on Pearl Harbor and World War II. No downloading necessary. These e-books can be viewed 24/7 on any internet-connected computer. Type "Pearl Harbor" or "World War II" in the search box located at the top of the page.
Use this resource to find articles on Pearl Harbor. Choose from a plethora of sources including popular magazines, academic journals, reference sources, newspapers, and multimedia sources.
Listen to interviews and view photos and websites of local WWW II veterans and a Pearl Harbor volunteer. Orlando Memory is a community based digital archive developed by the Orange County Library System. It's designed to preserve the stories, images and memories of the Orlando community. If you have a WWW II/Pearl Harbor story to share, register today. It's free and easy to join.
For advanced researchers and information seekers, this powerful reference center offers access to a large amount of Pearl Harbor and World War II information including: primary source documents, articles, maps, images, videos, and more.
Library Online Resources
This is a fun and easy database for elementary students to use to search for historical events. Information about Pearl Harbor is just a click away!
Read about Pearl Harbor with these great fiction and nonfiction titles. Check out diaries and accounts of survivors as well as fiction titles set during this time period.
Experience photos, footage, and firsthand accounts of the attack on Pearl Harbor with this multi-media map and time line. Follow the attack moment by moment, and target by target.
If you want to know more about World War 2, this is a great place to begin. Find out what was happening in Europe and what it was like to be a child during the war.
Search this digital collection for downloadable e-books, audiobooks, and videos regarding Pearl Harbor and World War II. Once you have reached the homepage of OverDrive, type "Pearl Harbor" or "World War II" in the search box located near the top of the page.
Read both fictional and non-fictional accounts of the attack on Pearl Harbor and its aftermath. These books have been published within the last two decades.
Take a look at documentaries and Hollywood movies about Pearl Harbor and World War II. These videos are all available for check out in DVD format.
Read up on World War II. Take a look at these latest titles to hit the shelves.
This website features specially selected images and articles compiled by the Department of the Navy. This website also includes a directory of online resources which may be explored further.
View a detailed timeline of the attack compiled by the Pearl Harbor Survivors Association. After viewing the timeline you may also want to visit the Pearl Harbor Remembered homepage for more information.
The USS Arizona Memorial was established to pay tribute to those who died in the attack on Pearl Harbor during World War II. This memorial is brought to you by the National Park Service.
World War II
This website features comprehensive information about one of the most important events in history, World War II. It is brought to you by the British Broadcasting Corporation.
Use this website to find all sorts of information about the memorial in Washington D.C. This website also features a fully searchable registry of U.S. soldiers who lost their lives in the war.
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