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Remembering Pearl Harbor (Paperback)

Remembering Pearl Harbor is a complete history of the conception, financing and construction of the USS Arizona Memorial. From the tragedy of December 7, 1941; to the attempt to define the meaning of the Pearl Harbor memorial; to the public, sometimes erratic, yet ultimately successful fundraising efforts; to the iron-willed persistence that finally got the USS Arizona Memorial built, this book is an invaluable study on the memorialization of Pearl Harbor. This 10th edition has been updated to include information on the new Pearl Harbor Memorial Museum and Visitor Center and the site's designation as a national monument.

The signed copy of this book is signed by Daniel Martinez, chief historian at World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument.

  • Best Seller: Top Ten Books at Pearl Harbor
  • Paperback: 64 pages
  • Published by the National Park Service and Pacific Historic Parks

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Lisa Shelton
Not signed no communication from the store

I left the rating at a 5 cuz the book is great but don’t think it’s coming from the store signed as indicated or that you’ll be able to get ahold of anyone I have sent 3 emails and still nothing.

Great edition to my collection

For a few years now, I have slowly been building a collection of Pearl Harbor books. I'm a historian that focuses on WWII history. This is a great edition to my collection and it also serves as research material for my novels for I am novelist as well.