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Audio-Visual Materials

Krita, Kunio, Pearl Harbor: The View from Japan, New York, NY: Central Park Media, 2001.

Pearl Harbor: 75th Anniversary Commemorative Documentary. Minnetonka, MN: Mill Creek Entertainment, 2016.

Sacrifice at Pearl Harbor, New York: NY: BBC Warner, 2001.

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Online Resources

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History Channel, Pearl Harbor. Accessed June 19, 2017.

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