The Japanese attack against the naval base at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941 led directly to the American entry into World War II. Explore library materials, websites, and resources for mobile devices regarding this major historical period.
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"A date which will live in infamy." President Franklin D. Roosevelt 12/8/1941
View the only known color film of the attack on Pearl Harbor which occurred on December 7, 1941. This is a copy of the original color footage, not a black and white version that has been colored.
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Listen to interviews and view photos and websites of local WWW II veterans and a Pearl Harbor volunteer. Orlando Memory is a community based digital archive developed by the Orange County Library System. It's designed to preserve the stories, images and memories of the Orlando community. If you have a WWW II/Pearl Harbor story to share, register today. It's free and easy to join.
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