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Fifty human interest stories, told in their own words, by civilians who remember Pearl Harbor and the years that followed in Honolulu during WWII - the young mother pinning an identification label to her toddler in case they were separated during the "invasion", the Pearl Harbor worker who climbed off the USS Shaw minutes before it was blown apart by Japanese bombs, the young nisei discharged by the army and classified an enemy alien only because of his Japanese ancestry, the nine-year-old walking along the railroad tracks in search of his parents while shells fell around him, the civilian side of the Pearl Harbor story about people who lived under martial law for close to three years. Includes black and white photos. Hard cover. 423 pages.
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