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Annotated Bibliography

Attack at Pearl Harbor, 1941, EyeWitness History,__www.eyewitness.com__ (19970).

This web article is a secondary source published by EyeWitness History. It is credible
because this organization received awards from USA Today Outstanding Website,
Yahoo! Pick of the Week, Teacher Tool of the Week, and many others. The article refers
to the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. The first target hit at 7:55 AM and
two more followed about an hour later. Approximately three hours later, Japans planes
started a day-long attack. Even though Pacific Fleet was in shock, their aircraft carriers,
submarines, and its fuel oil storage emerged quickly. This formed the American response
that led to them winning the Battle of Midway in June and the total them destroying the
Japanese Empire four years later. I chose this source because it contained evidence
from a witness when the bombing occurred in Pearl Harbor. That is also why I decided to
use this source as well.
Attack on Pearl Harbor. USS Arizona Perservation Project 2004. National Park Service
U.S Department of the Interior, 18 Dec. 2007. Web. 15 Feb. 2012.
This website article is a secondary source that is published and sponserd by the
National Park Service U.S. Department of the Interioir, since 1916 supporting the
preservation of the United States national and historical landmarks/ parks.In this article it
states the history of the japanese side of attack on pearl harbor. This article will help the
group and readers understand Japanese motives on the attack as well as what caused
the attack on Pearl Harbor.
-National Park Service. Places: The History of Pearl Harbor. USS Arizona Memorial
site. Available online at http://www.nps.gov/usar/history/culture/places.htm.
This article is a secondary source published in the book by Laurie Collier Hillstrom. It is
credible because it contains historical information that can be supported by the website
provided in the citation. This expert is full of the history of Pearl Harbor before it was
attacked on December 7, 1941. I chose to use this because it informed me of facts i
wasn't aware of until reading it and was a good help in writing the background page.
-Hillstrom, Laurie Collier. "Diplomatic Efforts to Avoid War with Japan." Defining Moments
THE ATTACK ON PEARL HARBOR. Detroit: Peter E. Ruffner, 2009. 22. Print.
This book is a secondary source published by Laurie Collier Hillstrom. It is credible
because it contains features such as narrative overviews, biographies, primary source
documents, chronology, glossary, bibliography, and index. This book provides details
about the Pearl Harbor attack and the war in the Pacific. It goes over the events of
December 7, 1941; chronicles Americas victory over Japan; and goes over the legacy of
Pearl Harbor. I chose to use this book because it contained a lot of reliable information
about the Pearl Harbor and was a big help in providing information for our project.
-Oahu, Hawaii. N.d. Sandcastle VI. Arnold E. van Beverhoudt, Jr., 3 Jan. 2003. Web. 15
Feb. 2012. <http://www.sandcastlevi.com/travel/isles/oahtour.htm>. This photo is a
secondary source produced by the Manager of the U.S. Department of the Interior. This
website is monitored by government committees. This source is a photo showing a
picture of the island Oahu, located in Hawaii. This will contribute to our project because it

shows a clear image of were Pearl Harbor was located on the island of Oahu. This photo
will also be good for showing which decision to choose on the decision page of our wiki.
-Panko, Ray, and David Aiken. "PEARL HARBOR: THE BOMBS OF THE SECOND
WAVE." Pacific Aviation Museum . N.p., 11 Dec. 2011. Web. 15 Feb. 2012.
<http://www.pacificaviationmuseum.org/blog/2010/12/ pearl-harbor-the-bombs-of-thesecond-wave/>.
This web article is a secondary source posted by Ray Panko. It is credible because there
is many members and a blog. Also, the mission of the Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl
Harbor is to develop and maintain an internationally recognized aviation museum on
Ford Island that educates young and old alike, honors aviators and their support
personnel who defended freedom in the Pacific Region and to preserve Pacific aviation
history. I chose to use this article because it shows good information that helped in the
alternated and background of Pearl Harbor.
-Pearl Harbor Attack, 7 December 1941. 1941. National Archives collection. Naval
History and Heritage Command. Web. 15 Feb. 2012.
This photo is a primary source and is produced and stored by the Official U.S. Navy
Photograph, National Archives collection. This photo is credible because it is a company
the contains ten museums and one heritage center along with millions of documents on
history behind their museums. This photo will contribute to our project because it will
really show the readers of our wiki page what was happening during the bombing.
-"Pearl Harbor History: Why Did Japan Attack? Eyewitness Accounts, Casualty List,
Background." Pearl Harbor Attack. N.p., n.d. Web. 15 Feb. 2012.
This web article is a primary source posted by Pearl Harbor.org. This excerpt is credible
because on the website it gives you options to view speeches, videos, books, photos,
etc. In this article it talks about what happened before, after, and during the attack of
Pearl Harbor. I chose to use this because it has a section about the warnings that were
sent before the attack had been made.