Remember Pearl Harbor

December 7, 1941—“a date that will live in infamy”—is remembered as the date of the bombing of the United States’ fleet in Pearl Harbor.

Check out the library’s many resources related to this subject.

Watch video on any computer through the library’s subscription to Films on Demand including this Pearl Harbor history (other relevant videos are available!).

Want to learn more about Franklin D. Roosevelt’s presidency? Read these books from anywhere in the world:  eBooks about FDR.

Interested in the economic environment prior to the Great Depression? The library holdings include lots of titles, both print and electronic.

Want to refresh your memory of the atrocities of the concentration camps in Europe?

Looking to learn more about the internment of Japanese-Americans?

The bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki are a bookend of sorts to the events of December 7:  Watch video

Remember.