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By T.J. Cooper
On Sunday, December 7, 1941, shortly before 8 a.m., the men on board the USS Arizona were preparing for Sunday morning services, planning shore leave, writing letters home and visiting with shipmates. Little did they know that the day's events would forever change their lives.
As the Japanese attacked, this quiet morning turned into a nightmare many would carry with them the rest of their lives. Many more would not survive the devastating attack.
This book is a memorial to the men that were serving on the USS Arizona that fateful morning. Who were these men and what did they experience. This is their story.
Hard cover. 560 pages. Approximately 9 inches by 11.5 inches. This book contains the names, stories, and photos of the USS Arizona crewmen, in alphabetical order.
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