Radioman: An Eyewitness Account of Pearl Harbor and World War II in the Pacific

Chapter 9.  "Aftershocks"  

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         Radioman: An Eyewitness Account of Pearl Harbor and World War II in the Pacific


Chapter 1  "The Tree Army"

Chapter 2  "Joining the Navy"

Chapter 3.  "Basic Training"   

Chapter 4   "The Destroyer"  

Chapter  5  "Radio School"     

Chapter 6.  "The Cruiser"

Chapter 7.  "The Submarine Base"  

Chapter 8.  "The Attack on Pearl Harbor"  

Chapter 9.  "Aftershocks"                                             Current Page, see photos above

Chapter 10.  "The Submarine"   

Chapter 11.  "The Aircraft Carrier"   

Chapter 12.  "The Battle of Coral Sea"                 

Chapter 13.  "The Battle of Midway"                      

Chapter 14.  "Abandon Ship"                                

Chapter 15.  "Rescued at Sea"  

Chapter 16.  "The Summer of '42"                        

Chapter 17.  "First Leave"  

Chapter 18.  "The Naval Research Laboratory"

Chapter 19.  "Cold Bay"

Chapter 20.  "Kodiak"   

Chapter 21.  "Victory Days"

Epilogue
Due to the shallowness of the water in Pearl Harbor, the superstructure of the sunken battleship Arizona
(BB-39) remained visible on December 10, 1941.  (The above superstructure was removed during World
War II; the memorial constructed over the remaining wreckage was dedicated in 1962.)    

             Above photo illustrates Radioman, Chapter 9 ("Aftershocks"), page 71
                        Source of Photo:  Naval Historical Center, # NH 84004
At Naval Air Station Kaneohe--one of several burial sites for Americans killed
during the December 7, 1941, attack on Pearl Harbor, Kaneohe, and other US
military bases on Oahu--15 caskets receive a 21-gun salute.  December 8, 1941.    

Above photo illustrates Radioman, Chapter 9 ("Aftershocks"), page 72
    Source of Photo:  US Navy/National Archives, # 80-G-32854
The body of a Japanese airman is recovered from a plane that crashed into the
water at Pearl Harbor during the attack on December 7, 1941.   

Above photo illustrates Radioman, Chapter 9 ("Aftershocks"), page 73
   Source of Photo:  National Archives, # 80-G-32465
Rescue workers atop the capsized battleship Oklahoma (BB-37) attempt to free the members of the crew
who are trapped inside.  Pearl Harbor, Oahu, Hawaii.  December 7, 1941. (Cranes and superstructures
in background are on the battleship
Maryland [BB-46]).  

      Above photo illustrates Radioman, Chapter 9 ("Aftershocks"), page 73
                     Source of Photo:  National Archives, # 80-G-19941
Envelope shows a December 11, 1941, postmark at upper right and Navy censor's stamp at lower left.  
(Personal correspondence from most US military personnel were censored after the attack on Pearl
Harbor and remained so throughout World War II.)

        Above document illustrates Radioman, Chapter 9 ("Aftershocks"), page 74
                          Source of Document:  Ray Daves Collection
Reverse of envelope shows sender's return address and date it was received in Spokane, Washington.

  Above document illustrates Radioman, Chapter 9 ("Aftershocks"), page 74
                      Source of Document:  Ray Daves Collection
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