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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
Survivor By Tom Creary
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A fictional story of a survivor of the sinking of the battleship Arizona at Pearl Harbor, December 7. 1941 - his life, his torments, his relationships with his family and a most improbable meeting... More > many years later in life with someone else who was at Pearl Harbor that day and their relationship afterwards.< Less
Survivor By Tom Creary
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A fictional story of a survivor of the sinking of the battleship Arizona at Pearl Harbor, December 7. 1941 - his life, his torments, his relationships with his family and a most improbable meeting... More > many years later in life with someone else who was at Pearl Harbor that day and their relationship afterwards.< Less
Iowans at Pearl Harbor Vol 1 By Fort Madison High School Music Department
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The Fort Madison High School Music Department had the privilege of representing the State of Iowa at the 75th anniversary of Pearl Harbor commemoration services. With the help of the Language Arts... More > Department, the students researched, wrote, and compiled the biographies of more than two hundred Iowans for this first volume who were present during the attack on December 7, 1941.< Less
World War 2 In Review No. 1: Pearl Harbor By Merriam Press
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Merriam Press World War 2 In Review Series. First Edition 2017. 39 articles on the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, including: Road to Pearl Harbor; Kuhn spy family; Japan’s Pearl Harbor Spy... More > Takeo Yoshikawa; Japanese Battle Orders; Japan’s Envoys Unaware of Attack; War Warnings: Deliberately Confused Messages; USS Ward’s Attack on Japanese Midget Sub; Mystery of Midget D Japanese Sub Crew Never Found; Attack on Pearl Harbor; Chronology of the Pearl Harbor Attack; Ships Present at Pearl Harbor; St. Louis at Pearl Harbor; Pearl Harbor Heroes George Welsh and Ken Taylor; 19 eyewitness accounts including Flying into the Hell of Pearl Harbor; Lists Military and Civilian Deaths at Pearl Harbor; USS Arizona Casualties and Survivors; Churchill: “Roosevelt Did Know”; The Second Japanese Attack; Mitsuo Fuchida; USS Arizona Memorial; Advancement of Rear Admiral Kimmel and Major General Short; Bibliography. 132 B&W/color photos/illustrations.< Less
World War 2 In Review No. 1: Pearl Harbor By Merriam Press
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Merriam Press World War 2 In Review Series. First eBook Edition 2017. 39 articles on the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, including: Road to Pearl Harbor; Kuhn spy family; Japan’s Pearl Harbor... More > Spy Takeo Yoshikawa; Japanese Battle Orders; Japan’s Envoys Unaware of Attack; War Warnings: Deliberately Confused Messages; USS Ward’s Attack on Japanese Midget Sub; Mystery of Midget D Japanese Sub Crew Never Found; Attack on Pearl Harbor; Chronology of the Pearl Harbor Attack; Ships Present at Pearl Harbor; St. Louis at Pearl Harbor; Pearl Harbor Heroes George Welsh and Ken Taylor; 19 eyewitness accounts including Flying into the Hell of Pearl Harbor; Lists Military and Civilian Deaths at Pearl Harbor; USS Arizona Casualties and Survivors; Churchill: “Roosevelt Did Know”; The Second Japanese Attack; Mitsuo Fuchida; USS Arizona Memorial; Advancement of Rear Admiral Kimmel and Major General Short; Bibliography. 132 B&W/color photos/illustrations.< 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