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By Marcus A. Nannini
An individual's heroic victory over political indoctrination in the face of overwhelming odds.
12620184
By Marcus Nannini
One Japanese midget submarine successfully penetrated Pearl Harbor early on the morning of December 7, 1941. It launched 2 torpedoes, one of which turtled the U.S.S. Oklahoma.
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By Vision Strike Wear
When it goes from the deck up then you want to see detail, experience, professionalism and an unparalleled background in military art to get the finest in FCPOA shirts.
By The Bradford Exchange Mint
The Bradford Exchange Mint is pleased to announce the release of The 75th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor Silver Crown. This new, one crown face value legal tender coin is richly plated in 99.9% Pure Silver and accented with 24K gold plating.
12366367
By Savant Books and Publications
Savant Books and Publications LLC, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, announces the release of George Hudson's novel of past and present murder and intrigue, "Purple Haze," as an Amazon Kindle eBook
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By Hope's
PHOTOS: www.lopressroom.com/Hopes/Preservation-Award JAMESTOWN, NY – The Hope’s® historic retrofit project at the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard, which included the installation of 1,700 custom, handcrafted steel windows, received a 2014 Preservation...
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By Author Charles E. “Chuck” Edmonson
Winner of the 2013 Reader Views Literary Award for Best Historical Fiction, C.E. Edmonson’s young adult novel, “Fall Down Seven,” explores the discrimination experienced by Japanese-Americans during World War II and how to overcome prejudice.
12190676
By Strategic Book Group
This book tells the story of war from a child’s perspective, and how the care and interest of neighbors and even total strangers made her feel like "Everyone's Child."

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12631427
By Marcus A. Nannini
An individual's heroic victory over political indoctrination in the face of overwhelming odds.
By Marcus A. Nannini
CHAMELEONS:  A novel that will keep you turning the pages! What they are saying about CHAMELEONS: "A well-written novel requires an author to master many skills.
By Marcus A. Nannini
Chameleons' approach to the "date which will live in infamy" is from the unique perspective of an Imperial Japanese Navy midget submariner.
By Marcus A. Nannini
Armed Conflict, Mystery, Suspense, Heroism, Romance, Corruption and Moral Fortitude.By Marcus A. Nannini, author of non-fiction WW II magazine articles.
By Marcus A. Nannini
The I-16-tou, a Japanese midget submarine, successfully penetrated Pearl Harbor early on the morning of December 7, 1941. It launched 2 torpedoes, one of which turtled the mighty U.S.S. Oklahoma.
12620184
By Marcus Nannini
One Japanese midget submarine successfully penetrated Pearl Harbor early on the morning of December 7, 1941. It launched 2 torpedoes, one of which turtled the U.S.S. Oklahoma.
By Monroe Publications
Monroe Publications' World War II Comix Imprint Commemorates the 75th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor Day
12602278
By Vision Strike Wear
When it goes from the deck up then you want to see detail, experience, professionalism and an unparalleled background in military art to get the finest in FCPOA shirts.
By The Bradford Exchange Mint
The Bradford Exchange Mint is pleased to announce the release of The 75th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor Silver Crown. This new, one crown face value legal tender coin is richly plated in 99.9% Pure Silver and accented with 24K gold plating.
By Hope's
Built in 1908, Building 9 Undergoes Historic Renovation with Hope’s One55 Series Steel Windows
12366367
By Savant Books and Publications
Savant Books and Publications LLC, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, announces the release of George Hudson's novel of past and present murder and intrigue, "Purple Haze," as an Amazon Kindle eBook
12343504
By Hope's
PHOTOS: www.lopressroom.com/Hopes/Preservation-Award JAMESTOWN, NY – The Hope’s® historic retrofit project at the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard, which included the installation of 1,700 custom, handcrafted steel windows, received a 2014 Preservation...
12315266
By Author Charles E. “Chuck” Edmonson
Winner of the 2013 Reader Views Literary Award for Best Historical Fiction, C.E. Edmonson’s young adult novel, “Fall Down Seven,” explores the discrimination experienced by Japanese-Americans during World War II and how to overcome prejudice.
By Hope's
Hope’s ONE55™ SERIES Windows Installed to Modernize, Improve Safety, While Preserving Structure’s Historic Window Features
12190676
By Strategic Book Group
This book tells the story of war from a child’s perspective, and how the care and interest of neighbors and even total strangers made her feel like "Everyone's Child."
By Weise Communications
The Greatest Generations Foundation, along with Air Compassion for Veterans and American Airlines are sponsoring a trip for World War II Veterans to return to Pearl Harbor, Hawaii to commemorate the sacrifices and the history made on that day.
By Strategic Book Group
New Book Details How December 7 Changed The Life Of A 7-Year-Old
By Linfield College
A professor and Navy Reserve lieutenant pays tribute to his grandfather, and to the sailors and Marines who served in Pearl Harbor
By True Potential Media
Running now for U.S. Congress in the new congressional District 25 of Texas, Wes Riddle commented on the significance of Pearl Harbor and the importance of peace through strength.
By Bootstrap America
A moment of silence and prayer honoring our brave Americans who lost their lives on December 7, 1941.
By Erin Steed
Pantego Christian Academy (PCA,) a private college preparatory school in Arlington, Texas, will be honoring veterans past and present within the PCA family along with current veterans who graduated from PCA.
By Mad Ink, PR
Montana Band Tapped to Perform at Memorial’s 70th Anniversary Event in Honolulu – December 7th Rock Band Honors Military as Tribute to Own Family Veterans
By Luna Chica Records International
Luna Chica Records and Jesse and Noah Bellamy release the duo's "Dirty With A Southern Drawl" music video on Dec. 7, 2010. The WWII-themed video debuts on Pearl Harbor Day.
By Homefield Multimedia
Where were you when it happened? Doug Shiloh's new web site, anticipating his second novel WAITING FOR THE END, allows readers to share their memories of that infamous day in September, 2001.
By Pacific Historic Parks
Pacific Historic Parks supports National Park Service interpretive activities at World War II Valor in the Pacific, American Memorial Park, War in the Pacific National Historical Park and Kalaupapa National Historical Park.
By Homefield Muultimedia
Sixty eight years later, it still has a lock on the public imagination. So do other red letter days in history like Pearl Harbor Day. Why?
By Homefield Multimedia
After 46 years, the JFK assassination still has a lock on the public imagination. So do other red letter days in history. Why?
By Story of My Life
The Storytellers Project will conduct 2 oral history day-long events to collect & preserve the personal recollections of U.S. wartime Veterans to honor their service and share their stories with current and future generations.
By Scott Lorenz
Bob Woodward’s revelation of America’s “secret weapon” in Iraq during a 60 Minutes interview created a stir. While Woodward refuses to divulge detailed information, the weapon appears to be a highly-sophisticated information gathering device.
By Edit 1 Media, LLC
"A Return to Ford Island," produced by Edit 1 Media, a small production company in Tacoma, Washington, received a silver (top) Telly Award in the Charitable/Not-for-profit category.

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