The attack on Pearl Harbor
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- How Roosevelt Provoked Tokyo's Attack
On Pearl Harbor
- By C. Frank Glass, The Militant, 11
December 1995. On August 29, 1945, President Truman
released for publication lengthy reports by the Army and
Navy giving the facts and circumstances of the Japanese
attack on Pearl Harbor. President Roosevelt was embarked
on a deliberate course of war with Japan (and Germany)
long before Pearl Harbor.
- Pearl Harbor: Mother of all
- Extract from a book by the same title by Mark Emerson
Willey. [21 May 2001]. Example of the
theory approach to history.
- Surprise Party
- By Michael Z, zmag, Sunday 27 May 2001. A
response to the film, Pearl Harbour. Seeks to provide a
context in which to understand Pearl Harbour.
- Debunking movie myths: some class truth
about Pearl Harbor
- By Greg Butterfield, Workers WorldPearl Harbor has the potential to
mislead millions of workers and young people about the
real nature of World War II and the U.S. role in
it. Japanese American and other Asian American groups say
it could also spark a new wave of racist violence against
Asian people in this country.