The world went to sleep on the evening of December 6, 1941, with no clue that dawn would bring one of the most surprising and life-altering military actions in history. Just before 8 a.m. on December 7, Japanese fighter planes swooped down over the U.S. naval base in Honolulu, Hawaii, and wreaked utter destruction. In addition to the more than 2,400 American lives lost in the attack and countless more injured, Japanese forces decimated more than 300 airplanes and dozens of ships. It was a day that will forever live in infamy, and now coverage from that time period has been memorialized in this stunning Pearl Harbor Newspaper Book.
Created in honor of the 80th anniversary of Pearl Harbor, this thoughtfully produced book is filled with newspaper reports gathered from publications generated in the nine months or so following the original attack. History buffs and military veterans alike will gasp in wonder as they gaze upon headlines that paint vivid pictures of political shifts, action on the ground, and so much more. See how events in Hawaii affected countries half a globe away and read through text written by people experiencing history as it happened.
Perfect your gift by personalizing your copy with the recipient’s name and a message — ideal for a Christmas gift, birthday surprise, or just because.
- Packed Weight: 52 oz
- Packed Dimensions: 12 x 15 inches
This book is personalized and printed on-demand in a state of the art facility. Each book goes through a rigorous printing and quality assurance process before it's shipped.
The above process takes 8-12 business days to complete. This is in addition to the shipping time. Please be mindful of this timeline before placing your order.