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Point of Impact : Pearl Harbor : The US Enters World War II

By: Richard Tames.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Chicago, IL, United States Heinemann Educational Books 22 Jul 2006Description: 32 Pages Hardback 190.5 x 266.7 x 6.35mm | 340.19g.ISBN: 9781403491428.Genre/Form: MY-UR-Integrated Humanities + Non FictionDDC classification: 940.54 Summary: Discover why the Japanese risked awakening the "sleeping giant." This book focuses on the Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor, analyzing how it came about, describing it, and discussing its consequences on history. Investigate the timeline to understand crucial dates surrounding this event. Read the debate section so you can consider the arguments and weigh the evidence about its role in history. Clear photographs, maps, contemporary views, a glossary, and tips for future research are included to help you to understand the importance of this turning point in history.
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Non-fiction 940.54 1 Checked out to Kopal Agrawal (FET592) MY-UR-Integrated Humanities 2020-03-02 SL2019I2853
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Non-fiction 940.54 2 Checked out to Priyanka Reliawala (FET531) 900 - 999 Junior Library 2020-04-17 JL2019I4087
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Discover why the Japanese risked awakening the "sleeping giant." This book focuses on the Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor, analyzing how it came about, describing it, and discussing its consequences on history. Investigate the timeline to understand crucial dates surrounding this event. Read the debate section so you can consider the arguments and weigh the evidence about its role in history. Clear photographs, maps, contemporary views, a glossary, and tips for future research are included to help you to understand the importance of this turning point in history. MY-UR-Integrated Humanities + Non Fiction

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