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Compiled by Katrina R. Luksovsky.
A collection of stories as written or shared by the residents and family members of Ford Island’s North End Housing, now known as “Nob Hill”. The intent of the book is to enlighten the reader with memories of eighteen families who lived in one specific neighborhood one particular day in history. May we all remember the sacrifices of not only the brave men of our military, but also the wives and children who lived on Ford Island. They are also survivors of Pearl Harbor who found themselves immersed in the mayhem of war, eyewitnesses to the pivotal event that thrust the United States into World War II.
Includes black and white photos and map.
Soft cover. 8.5 inches by 11 inches. 162 pages. Made in the USA.
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