Linky Friday: Pearl Harbor
[In1] For first time, no USS Arizona survivors will be in attendance at ceremonies to mark attack on Pearl Harbor.
[In2] How the U.S. Navy’s Battleships Got Revenge for Pearl Harbor.
[In3] Unknown Stories: Audio Recordings Reveal Mood in Buffalo After Pearl Harbor
[In6] On the morning of Sunday, Dec. 7, Jensen was the only physician on duty at the Naval Hospital. On a second-floor balcony overlooking Hickam field, he was stitching up the face of a soldier who had been injured in a bar fight. At 7:55 a.m., he heard explosions, then 20 planes flying low at a high speed, skimming the hospital’s roof.
[In7] A total of 334 crewmembers survived the USS Arizona sinking. Some of them have chosen to be interred on the USS Arizona upon their death.
[In9] On This Day in 1941?—?During the Attack on Pearl Harbor Lt. Annie Fox Earned the First Purple Heart Awarded To A Woman.
[In11] Pearl Harbor Mystery: Where Is USS Oklahoma?
[In15] How the U.S. and Japan Became Allies even after Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
[In19] VIEWPOINT: Widow: “People are forgetting about Pearl Harbor”.