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Agawa, Hiroyuki

1983    The Reluctant Admiral: Yamamoto and the Imperial Navy, Kodansha International, Tokyo.

Allen, Gavenfread

1950    Hawaii War Years. 1941-1945. University of Hawaii Press, Honolulu.

Bohannan, Paul 1967

1967    Law and Warfare. The Natural History Press, Garden City.

Brouwer, Norman

1978    Historic Warships of the World. Sea History, Fall.

Butowsky, Harry A. Dr.

1985    Warships Associated with World War II in the Pacific National Historic Landmark Theme Study. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC.

Chesnau, Roger (editor)

1980     Conway's All the World's Fighting Ships. 1922-1946. Mayflower Books, New York.

Cohen, Stan

1981    East Wind Rain: A Pictorial History of the Pearl Harbor Attack. Pictorial Histories Publishing Company, Missoula.

Cummins, Gary T. 1984

1984    USS Arizona: A Cultural Resources Management Success Story, CRM Bulletin, VII (1), April.

Delgado, James P.

1988    "A Symbol of merican Ingenuity:" Assessing the Significance of USS Monitor: Historical Context Study for the Civil War Ironclad Warship USS Monitor. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C.

19891    National Historic Landmark Study, HA.19 (Japanese Midget Submarine) Manuscript, National Park Service, Washington, D.C.

1989b    National Historic Landmark Study. City of Oakland. ex-Hoga (YTB-146). Manuscript, National Park Service, Washington, D.C.

1989c    National Historic Landmarks Study, USS ARIZONA. Manuscript, National Park Service, Washington, D.C.

1989d    National Historic Landmarks Study. USS UTAH. Manuscript, National Park Service, Washington, D.C.

1989e    Surveying the Wreckage of USS ARIZONA. Sea Classics, May.

Dower, John W.

1986    War Without Mercy: Race and Power in the Pacific War. Pantheon Books, New York.

Dull, Paul S. 1978

1978    Battle History of the Imperial Japanese Navy (1941-1945). Naval Institute Press, Annapolis.

Dulin, Robert O. Jr., William H. Garzke Jr.

1976    Battleships: United States Battleships in World War II. Naval Institute Press, Annapolis, Maryland.

Ewing, Steve

1984    American Cruisers of World War II: A Pictorial Encyclopedia. Pictorial Histories Publishing Company, Missoula.

Foster, Kevin J.

1989    National Historic Landmark Study, U-505. Manuscript, National Park Service, Washington, D.C.

Francillon, R.J. 1970

1970    Japanese Aircraft of the Pacific War. New York.

Friedman, Norman, Arthur D. Baker III, Arnold S. Lott, LCDR, USN (Ret.) and Robert F. Sumrall, HTC, USNR.

1978    USS ARIZONA (BB 39). Leeward Publications, Inc., Annapolis.

Friedman, Norman, Arthur D. Baker III, Arnold S. Lott and Robert F. Sumrall

1978    USS Arizona: Ship's Data, a Photographic History. Fleet Reserve Association, Honolulu.

Gould, Richard A. (editor)

1983    Shipwreck Anthropolgy. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque.

Greystone Communications

1989    Lt James Miller, Oral History.

1989    James Viach, Oral History.

Jentschura, Hansgeorg, Dieter Jung and Peter Mickel

1977    Warships of the Imperial Japanese Navy. 1869-1945. Naval Institute Press, Annapolis.

Kelly, Roger

1985    Assessing USS ARIZONA. In CRM Bulletin 8(6):1-3.

Linenthal, Edward Tabor

1983    Ritual Drama at the Little Bighorn: The Persistence and Transformation of a National Symbol, Journal of the American Academy of Religion.

Lord, Walter

1957    Day of Infamy. Henry Holt, New York.

Lott, Arnold

1978    Ship's Data USS Arizona (BB-39). Annapolis.

Lott, Arnold and Robert Sumrall

1978    Pearl Harbor Attack. Annapolis.

Lundstrom, John B.

1984    The First Team: Pacific Naval Air Combat from Pearl Harbor to Midway. Naval Institute Press, Annapolis.

Mai, Jin 1956

1956    General View of Japanese Military Aircraft in the Pacific War. Tokyo.

Martin, John

n.d.    Surveying the ARIZONA. In After the Battle 45:39-43.

Martinez, Daniel A.

1986    Japanese Naval Aircraft Crash Site Report. Pearl Harbor. Report from USS Arizona Memorial on file with Submerged Cultural Resources Unit, Southwest Region.

Martinez, Daniel A.

n.d.    Site Location Report on the Japanese Mini-Sub Sunk by USS WARD on Dec. 7. 1941. USS ARIZONA National Monument, Honolulu.

Messimer, Dwight R.

1983    Pawns of War: The Loss of the USS LANGLEY and the USS PECOS. Naval Institute Press, Annapolis.

Mooney, James L.

1972    Dictionary of American Fighting Ships, Vol I. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C.

Muckelroy, Keith

1978    Maritime Archaeology. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Murray, William M. and Photios M. Petas

1988    The Spoils of Actium. Archaeology XLI (5), September/October.

Murphy, Larry E.

1987    Preservation at Pearl Harbor. In APT Bulletin 9(1):10-15.

1989    Diving on the ARIZONA. Sea Classics. May.

Naval History Division

1959    Dictionary of American Fighting Ships, Vol I. Washington, D.C.

1959    Dictionary of American Fighting Ships, Vol III. Washington, D.C.

Operational Archives, Naval Historical Center

n.d.    World War II Command Files and World War II Action Reports. Washington, D.C.

Orzech, J.K.

1987    The 1986 survey of the USS UTAH and USS ARIZONA in Pearl Harbor: mutual support between United States Navy Reserves and National Park Service. Intervention '87, pp. 172. Robert Wernli, Editor, Marine Technology Society, San Diego.

Potter, E.B.

1985    Bull Halsey, Naval Institute Press, Annapolis, Maryland.

Prange, Gordon W.

1981    At Dawn We Slept: The Untold Story of Pearl Harbor, Penguin Books, New York, New York.

1986    Pearl Harbor: The Verdict of History, McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York, New York.

1988    December 7. 1941. The Day the Japanese Attacked Pearl Harbor. McGraw-Hill, New York.

Rice, William T. Captain, USNR (Ret.)

1965    The Pearl Harbor Story, Tongg Publishing Company, Honolulu.

Riley, J.F. Commander and B. L. Delanoy

1988    "The Last of the Midgets," U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings and the Honolulu Star-Bulletin.

Roscoe, Theodore

1953    United States Destroyer Operations in World War II, Naval Institute Press, Annapolis.

Ross, Donald K. and Helen L. Ross

1988    0755: The Heroes of Pearl Harbor, Rokalu Press, Port Orchard.

Sakamaki, Kazuo

1949    I Attacked Pearl Harbor, Association Press, New York.

Schiffer, Michael B.

1976    Behavioral Archaeology, Academic, New York.

1987    Formation Processes of the Archaeological Record. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque.

Sheehan, Susan

1986    A Missing Plane, G.P. Putnam's Sons, New York.

Shuman, Howard E.

1988    "The Other Pearl Harbor Disaster." Naval History.

Slackman, Michael

1984    Historic Resource Study USS Arizona Memorial, Vols.1 and 2. National Park Service, Honolulu.

Slackman, Michael

1986    Pearl Harbor in Perspective, Arizona Memorial Museum Association, Honolulu.

Slackman, Michael

1984    Remembering Pearl Harbor: The Story of the USS ARIZONA Memorial, Arizona Memorial Museum Association, Honolulu.

Stephan John J.

1984    Hawaii Under the Rising Sun, University of Hawaii Press, Honolulu.

Stern, Robert C.

1980    U.S. Battleships in Action, Part 1, Squadron/Signal Publications, Carrollton.

1984    U.S. Battleships in Action. Part 2, Squadron/Signal Publications, Carrollton.

Sternlicht, Sanford

1977    McKinley's Bulldog: The Battleship Oregon, Nelson-Hall, Chicago.

Stewart, A.J., Lieutenant Commander

1974    "Those Mysterious Midgets," U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings.

Stillwell, Paul

1981    Alr Raid: Pearl Harbor!. Naval Institute Press, Annapolis.

Stone, Scott C.S.

1977    Pearl Harbor: The Way It Was - December 7. 1941, Island Heritage, Honolulu.

Thorpe, Donald

1977    Japanese Naval Air Force Camouflage and Markings World War II, Fallbrook.

Tillman, Barrett

1976    The Dauntless Dive Bomber of World War II, Naval Institute Press, An- napolis.

Tise, Larry E.

1978    The Monitor: Its Meaning. In the Monitor. Its Meaning and Future: Papers from a National Conference. Raleigh. North Carolina. April 2-4, 1978, The Preservation Press, Washington, D.C.

Toland, John

1970    The Rising Sun. The Decline and Fall of the Japanese Empire 1936 to 1945, Bantam Books, New York.

1982    Infamy: Pearl Harbor and Its Aftermath, Berkley Books, New York.

U.S. Air Force Academy

1984    Airpower in Warfare, Professional Military Studies Division.

U.S. Congress

1946    Hearings Before the Joint Committee on the Investigation of the Pearl Harbor Attack. 39 vols. 79th Congress, First Session.

U.S. Navy

n.d.    Extracts From War Diaries. Pearl Harbor Navy Yard, 14th Naval District, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, March 1, 1942 to October 13, 1943. On file with USS Arizona Memorial Collection.

1941    Memorandum Commander In Chief United States Pacific Fleet. Track charts concerning 1) gun fire, ammunition expended, 2) sorties of individual vessels, 3) enemy planes seen show down. Request sent to all ships present to Pearl Harbor December 7,1941. Pearl Harbor, Territory.

1942    CINCPAC Report, February 15, 1942 (chart courtesy Michael Slackman).

Wallin, Homer

1968    Pearl Harbor: Why. How. Fleet Salvage and Final Appraisal. Washington.

Willmott, H.P.

1982    Empires in the Balance: Japanese and Allied Pacific Strategies to April 1942, Naval Institute Press, Annapolis.

Winslow, W.G.

1982    The Fleet the Gods Forgot: The U.S. Asiatic Fleet in World War II, Naval Institute Press, Annapolis.

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