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Pearl Harbor, USS Arizona Memorial

Pearl Harbor, USS Arizona Memorial

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The USS Arizona Memorial is the most lasting reminder of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. It is a solemn tribute to the 1,177 men who perished with the ship. Explore the names on the wall and leave a story or photograph about any of the servicemen killed aboard the "Arizona" or during the attack on Pearl Harbor.

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Pearl Harbor, USS Arizona Memorial
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November 26, 2008
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Every-name searchable image of the USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor.

Description

Learn more about the USS Arizona Memorial project at Fold3 here.

View the memorial wall and find interactive links here.


Related resources

The USS Arizona Memorial is a National Park Service site. More information can be found on its website at www.nps.gov/usar.

The Pearl Harbor Muster Rolls, available on Fold3, are a unique resource for learning more about which sailors served on the Arizona prior to December 7, 1941, and other sailors who were stationed at Pearl Harbor during the war. A description for using the rolls is available here.