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The Bombing of Pearl Harbor (Grades 6-12)

The bombing of Pearl Harbor, and the beginning of the United States' involvement in World War II.

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The Attack at Pearl Harbor

The Attack at Pearl Harbor

http://www.eyewitnesstohistory.com/pearl.htm

This site provides transcripts of those who were witnesses to the attack on Pearl Harbor. Students are able to get a first hand account of the trauma that unfolded during the attack.

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The National World War II Museum Primary Sources

The National World War II Museum Primary Sources

http://www.nationalww2museum.org/learn/education/for-teachers/primary-sources/pearl-harbor.html

Students can explore the various primary sources chronicling the bombing of Pearl Harbor. Documents, photographs and other sources are available.

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Pearl Harbor Civilian Survivors

Pearl Harbor Civilian Survivors

http://www.c-span.org/video/?303021-6/pearl-harbor-attack-civilian-survivors

Students can watch civilian survivors discuss what life was like before the United States entered the war as well as the fateful day in which Pearl Harbor was attacked.

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Attack Map: Remembering Pearl Harbor

Attack Map: Remembering Pearl Harbor

http://www.nationalgeographic.com/pearlharbor/ax/frameset.html

Students are able to view and analyze a map of the Pearl Harbor attack . A step by step audio guide as to the events of the attack is available as well.

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Pearl Harbor Videos

Pearl Harbor Videos

http://www.history.com/topics/world-war-ii/pearl-harbor/videos

A series of videos that shows viewers the horror of the bombing and what it meant for the US involvement in World War II.

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Remembering Pearl Harbor

Remembering Pearl Harbor

Students are able to view timelines, photographs, maps, videos, etc. of the bombing of Pearl Harbor and the United States entry into World War II. Students can also view a database of people who died and those who have been memorialized.

http://teachinghistory.org/spotlight/pearl-harbor/learning-resources