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  • ...(geographical)|Pearl Harbor, Hawaii]] which spans over the wreckage of the battleship.]] ''For the geographic area, see [[Pearl Harbor (geographical)]].''
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  • [[Imperial Japanese Navy]] raid on United States' naval base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, which took place on the morning of Sunday, December 7, 1941.
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  • ===Battleships=== {{r|Battleship}}
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  • '''Pearl Harbor''' can refer to: *The actual [[Pearl Harbor (geographical)|harbor]] on the island of Oahu, in Hawai'i
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  • #REDIRECT [[Battle of Pearl Harbor]]
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  • {{r|Battle of Pearl Harbor}} {{r|Battle of Midway}}
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  • ...(geographical)|Pearl Harbor, Hawaii]] which spans over the wreckage of the battleship.]] ''For the geographic area, see [[Pearl Harbor (geographical)]].''
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  • ...[Imperial Japanese Navy]]; fought in [[Battle of Pearl Harbor]]; sank at [[Battle of Midway]]
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  • ;Battle for France and the Low Countries ;[[Battle of Britain]]
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  • '''Pearl Harbor''' is a harbor on the island of [[O'ahu]] in [[Hawaii]], [[United States]]. It is the home For the Japanese attack of December 7, 1941, see [[Battle of Pearl Harbor]].
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  • ...he was sunk at the [[Battle of Midway]]; participated in [[Battle of Pearl Harbor]]
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  • ...hs, earning seven battle stars during the [[Korean War]] and another seven battle stars for service during the [[Vietnam War]]. ...0th. After discharging her cargo, the attack cargo ship stood out of Pearl Harbor on 29 March, set a course for the west coast, and reached [[San Francisco]]
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  • ...islands to the west; part of the divided command for the [[Battle of Pearl Harbor]]
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  • ...d 4 months, earning two battle stars for [[World War II]] service and four battle stars for service in the [[Korean conflict]]. ...her starboard side near her number 2 hold. ''Whiteside'' returned to Pearl Harbor on [[18 December]] to await repairs which began with drydocking on the 24th
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  • ...and 1 month. She was awarded two battle stars for Korean service and nine battle stars for her Vietnam service. ...avy Yard on 15 May for availability and loading before departing for Pearl Harbor. On 27 May, the ship left Norfolk for the Canal Zone and arrived at Hawaii
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  • ...orders not to be captured alive. The latter usually meant staying out of battle areas, but, in such cases as that of Captain [[John Philip Cromwell]], del ...to send final targeting information to the [[Battle of Pearl Harbor|Pearl Harbor striking force]]
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  • {{r|Battle of the Atlantic}} {{r|Battle of the Beams}}
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  • ...tenant general commanding the Hawaiian Department at the [[Battle of Pearl Harbor]]. Relieved of duty
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  • ...(geographical)|Pearl Harbor, Hawaii]] which spans over the wreckage of the battleship.]] ...''Massachusetts'' (BB-59)]] or "Big Mamie," on display as a museum ship in Battleship Cove, [[Fall River, Massachusetts]].]]
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  • ...of Third Fleet until Mar 1944, commander of the decoy Mobile Force at the Battle of Leyte Gulf, vice chief of the Navy General Headquarters for eight month ...necessary to attack the [[Philippines]] and [[Battle of Pearl Harbor|Pearl Harbor]]. "If we tried to carry out an operation only against the Dutch and Britis
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  • ...ons took place after the Japanese [[Battle of Pearl Harbor|attack on Pearl Harbor]] and the colonies of the U.S., the U.K., and the Netherlands in December 1 ...[George C. Marshall]] explained American strategy three weeks before Pearl Harbor:<ref>
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  • [[Light cruiser]] of the [[Omaha-class]], damaged in the [[Battle of Pearl Harbor]] but spectacularly saved by her crew; scrapped 1946
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  • ...he [[Second World War]]; primary tactical planner of the [[Battle of Pearl Harbor]]
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