Remembering Pearl Harbor
Each year, we acknowledge the work done and sacrifices made by our men and women in uniform. On this date, our country remembers and reflects more than 75 years later on the attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, on December 7, 1941. The National Archives and Records Administration is proud to serve veterans and their families, especially through our work at the National Personnel Records Center in St. Louis, MO. In addition to veterans’ records, our holdings include historical materials, such as photos, video footage, and military records, which chronicle the military’s history and battles.
Prologue: Quarterly of the National Archives
Education Updates: Responding to Pearl Harbor
Legislative Archives: Featured Document - Day of Infamy Address
Pieces of History: Remembering Pearl Harbor: the Ni’ihau Incident
Pieces of History: The National Archives' Response to Pearl Harbor
Pieces of History: Remembering “a date which will live in infamy”
Pieces of History: Gerald Ford, President and Veteran
Pieces of History: Crafting the Day of Infamy Speech
Text Message: Remembering Pearl Harbor
The Unwritten Record: Visualizing Pearl Harbor 75 Years Later
The Unwritten Record: It’s No Citizen Kane: Legendary Cinematographer Gregg Toland Directs December 7th
Analyzing Evidence of the Pearl Harbor Attack, a primary source-based teaching activity on DocsTeach, our online tool for teaching with documents from the National Archives.
Two Versions of FDR's Infamy Speech, a primary source-based teaching activity on DocsTeach, our online tool for teaching with documents from the National Archives.
Primary sources related to Pearl Harbor on DocsTeach, our online tool for teaching with documents from the National Archives.