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Remembering Pearl Harbor

Remembering Pearl Harbor National Geographic provides a detailed overview of the attack on Pearl Harbor. Teachers can choose among many features to present the Pearl Harbor story. The most dramatic feature, however, is the Multimedia Map and Time Line that provides photos, footage,
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Remembering Pearl Harbor


National Geographic provides a detailed overview of the attack on Pearl Harbor. Teachers can choose among many features to present the Pearl Harbor story. The most dramatic feature, however, is the Multimedia Map and Time Line that provides photos, footage, firsthand accounts, and narration. This is a very awe-inspiring account of the event that drew the U.S. into WWII.

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• Audio • Pictures and/or Illustrations • Biographical Information


• High School Middle School Elementary School

Nina Bieliauskas

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