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Attack on Pearl Harbor: A Pictorial History

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by Stan Cohen

The two-hour attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, on Sunday morning, December 7, 1941, ranks among those remarkable moments that changed not only American history but events in the rest of the world. Attack on Pearl Harbor presents the most comprehensive collection of pictures of the historic event that has yet been done.

If you are old enough to remember Pearl Harbor or were actually there, return now to that Sunday morning and relive those stunning, world-shaking moments. If you are too young to remember, this pictorial history will help you better understand what happened and how those few hours changed the course of history.

Soft cover. 310 pages. Includes black and white archive photos. Originally titled East, Wind, Rain

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Perfect

Everything was perfect. My husband is a Veteran and enjoyed this gift very much. Thank you.

Enjoyed the book I always like reading real history.
One of the cups was completely destroyed, sent you an email when received got no reply, not happy on this
Got no geek patch or black tears.
What I did get intact (book & 1 cup) proved to be quite expensive…………

Loved it so much we bought it twice

My parents brought this shirt back as a souvenir for my 4 year old daughter. She wore it constantly until the day she discovered scissors 😭. She cut it up and was so proud of herself until I freaked out, then we both cried… I would usually take this opportunity to teach a lesson about scissors and say “sorry, you’re SOL.” But this gift was so loved and I felt she learned her lesson when she realized she had ruined it rather than improving it.

Great quality sticker

I bought it to put with my photo book and keepsakes from my trip to visit this incredible memorial.

Great coin

Just a beautiful tribute to those who served at Pearl Harbor on that fateful December 7th.