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MICHAEL SLACKMAN

UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII PRESS
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Table of contents

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  • Target: Pearl Harbor *
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • I - Setting the Stage for Disaster *
  • 1 - Challenge and Response 3
  • 2 - Yamamoto's Master Plan 17
  • 3 - No Credence in These Rumors 24
  • 4 - The Orange Race 34
  • 5 - A Classic Misunderstanding 53
  • II - The Attack on Battleship Row *
  • 6 - The Approach 69
  • 7 - An Unobstructed Run 76
  • 8 - The Torpedo Attack 99
  • 9 - The Bomb Attack 107
  • 10 - The End of Arizona 112
  • III - The Air Battles *
  • 11 - Machine Guns on Workbenches 125
  • 12 - Against the Odds 135
  • 13 - A "Practically Perfect" at Tack 146
  • IV - More Havoc at Pearl *
  • 14 - Captain, They'Re Here! 155
  • 15 - A Battleship Admiral's Notice 168
  • 16 - Tending the Wounded 180
  • V - The Aftermath *
  • 17 - Return Flight 191
  • 18 - What Next? 200
  • 19 - Stranded 225
  • 20 - Assessing Losses and Damage 233
  • VI - America Reacts *
  • 21 - Girding for Invasion 241
  • 22 - A Question of Loyalty 249
  • 23 - Operation K 258
  • 24 - Salvage and Repair 263
  • 25 - Reactions and Reflections 272
  • Chronology 285
  • Appendix A - A Note on Sources and Revisionism 297
  • Appendix B - Japanese Ships in the Pearl Harbor Attack 304
  • Appendix C - U. S. Navy Vessels in or Near Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941 306
  • Appendix D - Losses in the Pearl Harbor Attack 308
  • Appendix E - Navy War Warning on November 27, 1941 310
  • Appendix F - Army War Warnings on November 27 and December 7, 1941, and Short's Reply 311
  • Appendix G - President Roosevelt's Address to Congress on December 8,1941 313
  • Notes 315
  • Selected Bibliography 337
  • Index 347
  • About the Author *
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