Through striking photographs, this large format chronicle--which features nearly 200 dramatic archival images--captures the shock, the horror, the destruction of December 7, 1941, the fateful day Japan launched its surprise attack on Pearl Harbor. With an introduction that describes the events that led up to the assault, extensive captions offering detailed explanations of each phase of the battle, and sidebars commemorating those whose courage will never be forgotten, this is truly a thoughtful tribute as well as an outstanding pictorial re-creation of this earth-shattering event.
- Hardback | 160 pages
- 288.8 x 311.9 x 18.8mm | 1,736.78g
- 21 Jun 2001
- Friedman Fairfax,U.S.
- New York, United States