Annotated Works Cited

Secondary Sources "ARC Gallery: Japanese American Experiences during World War II." National Archives and Records Administration. U.S National Archives and Records. N.d. Web. 26 Oct. 2011. This website has records on the Japanese people contained in the internment camps. Also, it shows the responses and reactions to the Japanese being detained in the camps. Borreca, Richard. "Honolulu Star-Bulletin Special." Hawaii Archives. Honolulu Star Bulletin, 1999. Web. 27 Oct. 2011. This source is a newspaper put online about the attack of Pearl Harbor and the repairs that were taken place. It also has primary pictures that were on the repairs and the attack. Burbeck, James. "Pearl Harbor Summary." War Times Journal. War Times Journal, 2008. Web. 24 Oct. 2011. This website includes an overall summary of the events of Pearl Harbor including the two waves and the ships involved. It also answers the question, ³Why did Pearl Harbor come as a surprise to Americans?´ "Chapter VII: The Pearl Harbor Attack." U.S. Army Center Of Military History. U.S Army Center of Military History, 30 May 2002. Web. 27 Oct. 2011. This website gives background information about the attack. It also gives information about why Pearl Harbor was a success or failure. Cooper, Michael L. Fighting for Honor: Japanese Americans and World War II. New York: Clarion, 2000. Print. This book has information about the internment itself. It also has information about JapaneseAmericans who fought for the U.S and the reform after the war. Dickson, Keith D. "World War II Comes to America: Pearl Harbor - For Dummies." How-To Help and Videos - For Dummies. Wiley and Sons. N.d. Web. 24 Oct. 2011. This source, which is a website, answers questions like "What effects did Pearl Harbor have on America?" It also contains information about the waging of war on Japan.

History Place. "World War II in Europe Timeline." The History Place. History Place, 1996. Web. 9 Dec. 2011. This website shows a timeline that explains important events in the second World War. It also gives information on each specific event. "Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam." CNIC Headquarters. US Navy. Web. 21 Oct. 2011. This website gives information about Pearl Harbor today including the manpower and its history. It also gives a brief summary of its history and the readiness of attack today. Lobel, Jules. "The Rise and the Decline of the Neutrality Act." Hein Online. Harvard International Law Journal. Web. 12 Dec. 2011. This website talks about the Neutrality Act. It mostly focuses on the success of it and the failures of this particular act. Mortis, Louis. "Germany First." U.S. Army Center Of Military History. N.p, N.d. Web. 12 Dec. 2011 This website gives information about the war. The information consists of their strategy and how they rose and declined in the war. Office of the Historian. "A Guide to the United States' History of Recognition, Diplomatic, and Consular Relations, Japan." U.S Department of the State: Office of the Historian. Department of State, N.d. Web. 1 Dec. 2011. This website has information about foreign relations between Japan and America. It has information about the relations before and after the war. "Pearl Harbor ² Articles, Video, Pictures and Facts." ² History Made Every Day ² American & World History. A&E Television Networks, 2011. Web. 24 Oct. 2011. This secondary website has not only background information about the bombing and the Day of Infamy Speech, but videos and photographs of the bombing and the after effects. "Pearl Harbor Oahu: After the Attack." Official Pearl Harbor Memorial Tours ~ Visiting Pearl

Harbor Museum, Monument on Oahu, Hawaii. Pearl Harbor Oahu, 2011. Web. 24 Oct. 2011. This website gives insight about the after effects of Pearl Harbor meaning the Japanese internment camps. Also, it gives us information about the reaction to Pearl Harbor to protect Hawaii. ³Pearl Harbour." Aviation During World War Two. Century of Flight. Web. 19 Oct. 2011. This source, that is a website, includes the background information and the effect on World War Two. It also includes the success of the attack and where the blame lies.

"Why Did Japan Attack Pearl Harbor?" Attack on Pearl Harbor: Ships, Heroes and Speeches., 2011. Web. 24 Oct. 2011. This website includes the effects of the bombing of Pearl Harbor and statistics. It also gives information about the Day of Infamy Speech and the ships crippled in the bombing.

Primary Sources Associated Press. Battleship Row Attacked. Web. 21 Dec. 2011. This picture is primary. It shows the Arizona, a battleship, catching fire. Associated Press. Pearl Harbor P-40. Los Angeles Times. Web. 22 Dec. 2011. This picture shows an airplane at Pearl Harbor. It is destroyed but you can still make out the form of it. Image 014. The Pearl Harbor Deception. Web. 14 Dec. 2011. This picture shows a ship blown up and destroyed. It was at Pearl Harbor. Japanese Relocation- Government Explanation, 1988. Videotape. This video gives insight on the reason for the internment. It s actually thugh an apology to tose interned. Kuborn, John R., and Leatrice R. Arakaki. "HyperWar: 7 December 1941: The Air Force Story.

"Ibiblio - The Public's Library and Digital Archive. HyperWar Foundation. Web. 27 Oct. 2011. This primary website has charts, maps and photographs related to Pearl Harbor. Not only that, this source has sophisticated information about Pearl Harbor and World War Two. Laurie, Clay. Email Interview. 4 January 2012. This interview gives complicated information about the attack. This includes reasons, aftereffects and other things. "Newsreel Film of Pearl Harbour." British Pathe. British Pathe LTD, 2010. Web. 24 Oct. 2011. This website contains many primary videos from Pearl Harbor and the events related to it. This includes the Day of Infamy Speech, the repair of Pearl Harbor and the actual attack of Pearl Harbor. ³Open Directory - Society: History: By Time Period: Twentieth Century: Wars and Conflicts: World War II: Theaters of Operations: Pacific: Pearl Harbor." ODP - Open Directory Project. Netscape, 24 Mar. 2010. Web. 22 Oct. 2011. This website is a valuable source, containing links to many websites. These websites include information like survivors, primary sources, background information and other valuable information. Pearl Harbor Attack. Fresh Pics. Web. 11 Dec. 2011. This picture is of a ship being blown up by Japanese planes. There is a lot of wreckage. Pearl Harbor Attack: Japan Opens War. Photos from the Vault. Web. 7 Dec, 2011. This picture is of a newspaper printed recently after the attack. It¶s title is ³Japan Opens War on U.S.´ "Pearl Harbor: December 7, 1941 - Photo Gallery - LIFE." LIFE - Your World in Pictures. See Your World, 2011. Web. 27 Oct. 2011. This primary source, which is a website, has a slide show of pictures of the attack of Pearl Harbor. These pictures show not only the attack but the USS Arizona and the attempt to save Pearl Harbor. Stationed on Hawaiian Island. Weekly Information Blog. Web. 17 Dec. 2011.

This is a picture of a ship at Pearl Harbor. There are severe damages on it. Takei, George, Interview by Interviewing Hollywood. George Takei in Japanese Concentration Camps August 2007: Web. This video talks about the real life experience of a person interned. He talks about the conditions and life everyday in the camps.

"The Attack at Pearl Harbor." Pearl Harbor Survivor Association. Pearl Harbor Survivor Association. Web. 26 Oct. 2011. This website provides primary photographs but secondary information about the actual about. It also gives information about the actual invasion plans and the ending of World War Two. U.S Naval Historical Center. Attack on Pearl Harbor: Japanese¶s Planes View. Web. 21 Dec. 2011. This is a picture of Pearl Harbor when it was attacked. However, it is at a birds eye view. U.S Navy. Sailors at Pearl Harbor. Los Angeles Times. Web. 29 Dec. 2011. This picture is of sailors at Pearl Harbor. They are watching a battleship being blown up.