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Annotated Bibliography

Primary Sources
"Attack At Pearl Harbor, 1941." Attack At Pearl Harbor, 1941. Web. 15 Feb. 2016.
This gives a firsthand account of the attacks at Pearl Harbor, as experienced by
Marine
Corporal E.C. Nightengale. It allows us to see how the attacks affected Americans
on a more personal level.
Bush, George H.W.. "Public Papers of George Bush -- Remarks at a Ceremony Commemorating
the
50th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor." 7-Dec-91. Public Papers of George Bush, 1991. By
George H. Bush. Academic World Book. Web. 16 Feb. 2016.
This is a speech George H. Bush made looking back on the events and aftermath
of Pearl Harbor. Its a good overall reflection on the events, both the good and the
bad, speaking about the lessons learned.
Clinton, William J.. Public Papers of William J. Clinton -- Statement on the Wrongful Internment
of
Latin Americans of Japanese Descent,. 12-Jun-98. Academic World Book. Web. 17 Feb.
2016.
This is a statement made by William Clinton against the wrongful Japanese
internment, more specifically the internment of Latin Americans of Japanese
descent. It demonstrates that even so many years after the events of Pearl Harbor,
its effects can still be seen. Those who suffered this discrimination are offered
payment for the wrongs they have experienced.
"Japanese Relocation Order." Online Picture. Academic World Book. World Book, 2016. Web. 16
Feb. 2016.
This is an image of the order to move thousands of those of Japanese descent to
relocation camps following the attacks on Pearl Harbor. It shows how strongly the
attacks affected the U.S., causing them to resort to such drastic measures.
"Japanese Surrender." Milestone Documents in the National Archives. Academic World Book.
Web. 16 Feb. 2016.

This document is the official document stating the surrender of the Japanese at the
end of World War II. The involvement of the Japanese and Americans in World
War II was largely due to the Pearl Harbor attacks, and the paragraphs given
below the image give a summary of the events of World War II and the aftermath
of Pearl Harbor.
"Official American Statements On The Atomic Bombing Of Hiroshima, August 6, 1945." 1947.
Documents and Readings in the History of Europe Since 1918. Academic World Book.
Web. 15 Feb. 2016.
This gives an overview of the dropping of the bomb on Hiroshima, acting as an
end to the conflict between the U.S. and Japan during World War II. The bomb
was a result of the attacks on Pearl Harbor, giving us more insight on how the
U.S. reacted to the attacks.
Roosevelt, Franklin D.. "Public Papers of Franklin D. Roosevelt -- 2 Statement Against
Discharging
Loyal Aliens from Jobs." 2-Jan-42. Public Papers of Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1942. By
Franklin D. Roosevelt. Academic World Book. Web. 16 Feb. 2016.
This is a statement made by President Roosevelt in response to increased
discrimination by employers against foreign-born citizens. This discriminations
stemmed from the feelings of Americans towards Japanese citizens following the
attacks on Pearl Harbor.
Truman, Harry S. "Public Papers of Harry S. Truman -- 45 Special Message to the Congress on
Winning the War With Japan." 1-Jun-45. Public Papers of Harry S. Truman, 1945. By
Harry
S. Truman. Academic World Book. Web. 16 Feb. 2016.
This speech by Truman discusses and reflects on winning the war against Japan
during the events of World War II. It elaborates on their damage to the Japanese
and more specific details of the Pacific War.

Secondary Sources
Military.com. Five Things You Dont Know: Pearl Harbor. Online video clip. YouTube.
YouTube, 2 Dec. 2015. Web. 16 Feb. 2016.

This video clip explains five facts about Pearl Harbor that are not famously
known. It goes more in depth into the event.
Nat Geo Documentary news. National Geographic The Pearl Harbour, The Untold Story &
Secrets Documentary. Online video clip. YouTube. YouTube, 12 May. 2015. Web.
16 Feb. 2016
This video gives an insight as to how the events of Pearl Harbor played out on a
global scale and what things were not known until it was too late.
"Pearl Harbor Attack." Pearl Harbor Attack. Web. 15 Feb. 2016.
On this website, it explained the Japanese actions leading up the the attack. The
source had also provided a few pictures with descriptions.
"Pearl Harbor." History.com. A&E Television Networks, 2009. Web. 15 Feb. 2016.
This source gave details on the events of the day the attack had occurred. It also
explained the effects of the attack and provided a few primary sources.
"Pearl Harbor." Ushistory.org. Independence Hall Association. Web. 16 Feb. 2016.
This source explained the relations between Japan and the United States. A couple
links were provided to further explain the causes and effects of the attack.
Robbins, Ted. A Japanese Attack Before Pearl Harbor. Research News 13 Dec. 2007: 1. npr
Web. 16 Feb. 2016.
In this source, events leading up to the attack on Pearl Harbor are explained. It
includes an audio clip that gives us a better understanding of why and how the
Japanese staged the attack.
United States. National Park Service. "World War II Valor in the Pacific- History & Culture."
National
Parks Service. U.S. Department of the Interior, 2016. Web. 16 Feb. 2016.
The National Park Service website released information on the history and culture
regarding the attack. It included information on the people, places, stories, and
preservation.
"Welcome to the Official Site of the Attack on Pearl Harbor." Attack on Pearl Harbor: Ships,
Heroes

and Speeches. Web. 16 Feb. 2016.


The official site of the attack on Pearl Harbor goes in depth on the events of the
attack. It provides an explanation of the event, real footage, eyewitness accounts,
images, and news reports.