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Title: Tora, Tora, Tora: The Real Story of Pearl Harbor
Grade: 6-8, 9-12
President Roosevelt had pledged to keep the United States out of war. Then, out of the Pacific skies, hordes of Japanese fighter planes launched the attack on Pearl Harbor. This program takes a new look at the day that lives in infamy. You'll hear from Americans who survived the attack. The program also features interviews with Japanese pilots who dropped the bombs on the Hawaiian naval base.
Run Time: (01:33:35)
Title: Pearl Harbor
Grade: 3-5, 6-8, 9-12
On December 7, 1941, Japan used their combined Pacific fleet in the infamous Pearl Harbor attack. From the Flashbacks video series.
Run Time: (05:03)
Title: Time of Fear
In World War II, more than 110,000 Japanese-Americans were forced into relocation camps across the United States. Trace the lives of the 16,000 people who were sent to two camps in southeast Arkansas, one of the most racially segregated places in America at that time. Through interviews with the internees and local citizens, the program explores how the influx of outsiders overwhelmed and exposed racial tensions within the southern communities.
Run Time: (56:07)
Title: Unfinished Business - Between the Wars
Watch this video exploration of the American policies of neutrality, isolationism, and internationalism in the decades preceding World War II. Find out that even though Americans wanted to remain isolated, world events made neutrality impossible. A Teacher's Guide is included.
Run Time: (26:40)
National Geographic's Interactive Pearl Harbor Attack Map
Remembering Pearl Harbor: The USS Arizona Memorial from the National Parks Service (with lesson plans)
Last updated: December 6, 2011