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The Love that Endures - Remembering my Mother and my Father, U.S.S. Arizona's Chaplain at Pearl Harbor By Thomas I. Kirkpatrick
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The time was December 7, 1941. The wife and young son of the U.S.S. Arizona's chaplain, Captain Thomas L. Kirkpatrick, were listening to the radio that Sunday afternoon, when suddenly they heard: We... More > interrupt this program to bring you a special news bulletin. The Japanese have attacked Pearl Harbor, Hawaii by air, President Roosevelt has just announced. The attack also was made on all Naval and Military activities on the principal island, Oahu. The following day, the President made his historic speech to Congress, using language that would galvanize a shocked nation and propel America into war. The same day, the telegram arrived that ended a two-decade-long story about a love that endured numerous lengthy separations while the chaplain was deployed either at sea or at a remote duty station. How this military couple endured these stresses yet kept their marriage alive and vibrant, forms the core of this heartwarming and inspiring story, embedded in the sweep of world-changing historical events.< Less
The Love that Endures - Remembering my Mother and my Father, U.S.S. Arizona's Chaplain at Pearl Harbor By Thomas I. Kirkpatrick
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The time was December 7, 1941. The wife and young son of the U.S.S. Arizona's chaplain, Captain Thomas L. Kirkpatrick, were listening to the radio that Sunday afternoon, when suddenly they heard: We... More > interrupt this program to bring you a special news bulletin. The Japanese have attacked Pearl Harbor, Hawaii by air, President Roosevelt has just announced. The attack also was made on all Naval and Military activities on the principal island, Oahu. The following day, the President made his historic speech to Congress, using language that would galvanize a shocked nation and propel America into war. The same day, the telegram arrived that ended a two-decade-long story about a love that endured numerous lengthy separations while the chaplain was deployed either at sea or at a remote duty station. How this military couple endured these stresses yet kept their marriage alive and vibrant, forms the core of this heartwarming and inspiring story, embedded in the sweep of world-changing historical events.< Less
The Love That Endures, Second Edition: Remembering My Mother and My Father, U.S.S. Arizona’s Chaplain at Pearl Harbor By Thomas I. Kirkpatrick
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The time was December 7, 1941. The wife and young son of the U.S.S. Arizona's chaplain, Captain Thomas L. Kirkpatrick, were listening to the radio that Sunday afternoon, when suddenly they heard: We... More > interrupt this program to bring you a special news bulletin. The Japanese have attacked Pearl Harbor, Hawaii by air, President Roosevelt has just announced. The attack also was made on all Naval and Military activities on the principal island, Oahu. The following day, the President made his historic speech to Congress, using language that would galvanize a shocked nation and propel America into war. The same day, the telegram arrived that ended a two-decade-long story about a love that endured numerous lengthy separations while the chaplain was deployed either at sea or at a remote duty station. How this military couple endured these stresses yet kept their marriage alive and vibrant, forms the core of this heartwarming and inspiring story, embedded in the sweep of world-changing historical events.< Less
The Love That Endures, Second Edition: Remembering My Mother and My Father, U.S.S. Arizona’s Chaplain At Pearl Harbor By Thomas I. Kirkpatrick
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The time was December 7, 1941. The wife and young son of the U.S.S. Arizona's chaplain, Captain Thomas L. Kirkpatrick, were listening to the radio that Sunday afternoon, when suddenly they heard: We... More > interrupt this program to bring you a special news bulletin. The Japanese have attacked Pearl Harbor, Hawaii by air, President Roosevelt has just announced. The attack also was made on all Naval and Military activities on the principal island, Oahu. The following day, the President made his historic speech to Congress, using language that would galvanize a shocked nation and propel America into war. The same day, the telegram arrived that ended a two-decade-long story about a love that endured numerous lengthy separations while the chaplain was deployed either at sea or at a remote duty station. How this military couple endured these stresses yet kept their marriage alive and vibrant, forms the core of this heartwarming and inspiring story, embedded in the sweep of world-changing historical events.< Less
Pearl Harbor: "This is no Drill!" By Ray Merriam
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Merriam Press Military Monograph 121. First ePub Edition (2012). 39 articles and documents on the 7 December 1941 Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Partial list of contents: Japanese Battle Order for... More > Pearl Harbor Attack; U.S. Note to Japan, 26 November 1941; Japan’s Envoys Unaware of Pearl Harbor Attack; War Warnings: Deliberately Confused Messages; USS Ward’s Attack on Japanese Midget Submarine at Pearl Harbor; Attack on Pearl Harbor; A Marine’s View from Kaneohe NAS; A Sailor’s View from Battleship Row; A Sailor’s View from USS Tangier; A Sailor’s View from USS Vestal; A Sailor’s View from USS Sumner; A Sailor’s View from Ford Island NAS; USS Arizona Memorial; Churchill: “Roosevelt Did Know"; The Road to Pearl Harbor; The Battle of Pearl Harbor: December 7, 1941: “Day of Infamy"; Chronology of the Pearl Harbor Attack; Pearl Harbor Heroes: George Welsh and Ken Taylor; Bombs Over Pearl Harbor: A Family Affair; Japan’s Pearl Harbor Spy, Takeo Yoshikawa; The Second Japanese Attack. 91 photos; 1 drawing; 3 maps.< Less
Pearl Harbor, December 7th and 8th By Henry Richard Sauerheber, U.S.N.
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This book presents a vivid description of the attack on Pearl Harbor from a central position on turret 3, U.S.S. Tennessee, immediately fore of the Arizona. Photographs are explained in detail from... More > survivors, a full account of all 50 torpedoes is made, and the actions of Pearl Harbor Battleships during the War are summarized. A version of this book was accepted for copyright by the U.S. Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., 2008.< Less
Pearl Harbor, December 7th and 8th By Henry Richard Sauerheber, U.S.N.
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This full color text describes the attack on Pearl Harbor as described by U.S.S. Tennessee turret three catapult captain, immediately fore of the Arizona. An account of all 50 torpedoes delivered to... More > the Harbor is made. A summary of the actions of the refurbished Pearl Harbor Battleships throughout the War, and an analysis of the Congressional Pearl Harbor Survivors' Medal scene are included.< Less
a soul for jesus By Thomas I. Kirkpatrick
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This is the story of Christian Missionary Thomas LeRoy Kirkpatrick, later to become the first Navy Chaplain to die at Pearl Harbor in 1941 aboard the U.S.S. Arizona, as he evangelized in the... More > tumultuous and dangerous Persia of 1911. Filled with hundreds of his original and historic photographs, and his daily diary entries describing and documenting the brutality and hangings in Tabriz during the Constitutionalist Revolution. This was a period during which tens of thousands of Russian troops invaded and shelled the very Mission School where he taught. Great Britain chose to look the other way, giving Russia and the forces loyal to the Shah freedom to carry out what British diplomat George Douglas Turner described as "The Reign of Terror in Tabriz". Kirkpatrick's personal eye-witness story is embedded in the grand sweep of historical events which he carefully documented for posterity.< Less
Medusa's Daughter By Michael Boyd
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Holly MacLaren is a captain for a Honolulu-based airline. She loves her job and is good at it. So when she starts having panic attacks, she’s at a loss to know why, or how to make them... More > stop. Regressive hypnosis at the hands of a psychiatrist reveals a number of past lives, each ending in tragedy. In the last one she was Ensign Robert Strawn, the victim of an unsolved murder aboard the USS Arizona. The crime took place the night of December 6, 1941. Soon after this revelation, the therapist vanishes, and signs point to another homicide. Then Holly finds herself stalked by J. D. Strawn, a U. S. Senate candidate and son of an old admiral - a World War II legend named “Bull’s-eye Bobby” Strawn! Skye MacLaren sees things other six-year-olds don’t. The visions make her a reluctant witness to the threat against her mother. As the pair struggle to understand and defeat it, their efforts take them on a spiritual journey - and a search for the truth behind one man’s heroism at Pearl Harbor.< Less
Medusa's Daughter By Michael Boyd
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Holly MacLaren is a captain for a Honolulu-based airline. She loves her job and is good at it. So when she starts having panic attacks, she’s at a loss to know why, or how to make them... More > stop. Regressive hypnosis at the hands of a psychiatrist reveals a number of past lives, each ending in tragedy. In the last one she was Ensign Robert Strawn, the victim of an unsolved murder aboard the USS Arizona. The crime took place the night of December 6, 1941. Soon after this revelation, the therapist vanishes, and signs point to another homicide. Then Holly finds herself stalked by J. D. Strawn, a U. S. Senate candidate and son of an old admiral - a World War II legend named “Bull’s-eye Bobby” Strawn! Skye MacLaren sees things other six-year-olds don’t. The visions make her a reluctant witness to the threat against her mother. As the pair struggle to understand and defeat it, their efforts take them on a spiritual journey - and a search for the truth behind one man’s heroism at Pearl Harbor.< Less