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Investigations of the Attack on Pearl Harbor: Index to Government Hearings (Bibliographies and Indexes in Military Studies) epub

by Stanley H. Smith


Investigations of the Attack on Pearl Harbor: Index to Government Hearings (Bibliographies and Indexes in Military Studies) epub

ISBN: 0313268843

ISBN13: 978-0313268847

Author: Stanley H. Smith

Category: History

Subcategory: Americas

Language: English

Publisher: Greenwood (May 11, 1990)

Pages: 264 pages

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Pearl Harbor (Hawaii), Attack on, 1941. New York : Greenwood Press. Books for People with Print Disabilities.

Pearl Harbor (Hawaii), Attack on, 1941.

The book provides, for the first time, a cross-referencing and indexing of the total record of testimony and evidence that was compiled and published by the . Congress following . investigations into the Pearl Harbor attack. The book provides, for the first time, a cross-referencing and indexing of the total record of testimony and evidence that was compiled and published by the .

Between December 1941 and June 1946 the United States conductedeight official investigations into the attack on its Pacific Fleet by the Japanese Imperial Navy atPearl Harbor on December 7. At their conclusion in 1946 the 79th .

Investigations of the Attack on Pearl Harbor: Index to Government Hearings. Between December 1941 and June 1946 the United States conductedeight official investigations into the attack on its Pacific Fleet by the Japanese Imperial Navy atPearl Harbor on December 7. Congress compiled andpublished, in forty parts, the full testimony and evidence from all eight investigations. Parts 1through 39 appeared under the single title, Hearings before the Joint Committee on the Investigation ofthe Pearl Harbor Attack. Part 40 appeared separately as the Joint Committee's Report.

Public Relations The Pearl Harbor investigation never piqued the public interest like other notable Senate . Though numerous investigations of the attack preceded the congressional inquiry, some files related to the attack had never been located.

Public Relations The Pearl Harbor investigation never piqued the public interest like other notable Senate inquiries. After four long years of war, a weary nation longed for peace and reconciliation.

on Pearl Harbor : Index to Government Hearings.

Investigations of the Attack on Pearl Harbor : Index to Government Hearings.

Joint Committee on the Investigation of the Pearl Harbor Attack. The Joint Committee on the Investigation of the Pearl Harbor Attack, also known as The Pearl Harbor Committee, was a committee of members of the United States Senate and the United States House of Representatives formed during the 79th United States Congress after World War II to investigate the causes of the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor, and possible preventive measures against future attacks

The book provides, for the first time, a cross-referencing and indexing of the total record of testimony and evidence that was compiled and published by the . Transcripts from the postwar hearings contain significant information about the diplomatic background of the hostilities, the first look at the crypto-analytic activities of the . military, and many of the communications between Washington .

New York : Hippocrene Books, c1988 Call n. D 76. 2. A68 1988 Located at: TESC Main Stacks Borg, Dorothy and Shumpei Okamoto. Y . /2: serial 1103 Located at: Washington State Library – Government Publications Pearl Harbor Attack: Hearings before the Joint Committee on the Investigation of the Pearl Harbor Attack, Congress of the United States, Seventy-Ninth Congress, first session, pursuant to S. Con. Res. 27, 1946.

The Pearl Harbor advance-knowledge conspiracy theory is the argument that . Government officials had advance knowledge of Japan's December 7th, 1941, attack on Pearl Harbor. Ever since the Japanese attack, there has been debate as to how and why the United States had been caught off guard, and how much and when American officials knew of Japanese plans for an attack.

This work is designed as a reference tool for researchers investigating the what, when, and why of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941. The book provides, for the first time, a cross-referencing and indexing of the total record of testimony and evidence that was compiled and published by the U.S. Congress following U.S. investigations into the Pearl Harbor attack. Transcripts from the postwar hearings contain significant information about the diplomatic background of the hostilities, the first look at the crypto-analytic activities of the U.S. military, and many of the communications between Washington D.C. and Pearl Harbor. Eyewitness accounts of the Japanese attack and information on the United States response to the attack are also found in these records.

The many hundreds of citations for such persons as President Roosevelt, Cordell Hull, and Admiral Stark are generated from nearly 30,000 pages of testimony and evidential material, and have been assembled into main and subcategories to aid the researcher. The citations involving President Roosevelt, for example, are made up of over 50 subcategories. This work cites all persons connected to the Pearl Harbor attack, all ships involved, and it contains many letters, memoranda, messages, and dispatches which are listed chronologically. To distinguish ship names from people, warships from merchant ships, and people from places, the Index uses the various type fonts that appeared in Samuel Eliot Morison's Vol. 15 (General Index) of The History of United States Naval Operations in World War II. This volume is suitable for Government Deposit libraries, college and research libraries, public libraries, and federal government offices.