The lifelong friendship between Rafe McCawley and Danny Walker is put to the ultimate test when the two ace fighter pilots become entangled in a love triangle with beautiful Naval nurse Evelyn Johnson. But the rivalry between the friends-turned-foes is immediately put on hold when they find themselves at the center of Japan's devastating attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941.
Spy-thriller set just before World War II.
Short LGBT rock musical based around new wave group Pearl Harbor and the Explosions.
On the morning of December 7, 1941, a surprise attack by Japanese naval aviation against the American held island of Oahu and Pearl Harbor thrust the United States into World War II. This story details one of the most momentous events in American history and a crucial turning point in the 20th century. Most importantly, it is a story of the people who were there, told through eyewitness accounts of American and Japanese veterans, some of whose stories have never been told. This is a story of perseverance and heroism in the face of overwhelming odds. This is the story of Pearl Harbor.
A man tries to redeem himself after ducking out on his comrades before the fatal attack.
Evidence that the United States and Britain knew beforehand of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
"Smoking Gun" documents expose the serious intelligence and military blunders that allowed the early warning signs of the Japanese attack to be missed. HISTORY cracks open what some consider the scandalous cover-up concealing these errors, which made a scapegoat of Admiral H.E. Kimmel, forever damaging his career. In light of this new evidence, Kimmel's family has requested that President Obama restore Kimmel's four-star rank. The documentary also addresses the conspiracy theory that President Roosevelt knew the attack was coming.
This documentary reveals new insight into events leading up to the attack, focusing on the story of Admiral Husband Kimmel, who was stripped of his rank, forced into obscurity, and accused of negligence.
Narrated by veteran Hollywood actor Tom Selleck, REMEMBER PEARL HARBOR chronicles the personal stories of veterans and citizens who witnessed the surprise attack by the Japanese on the American Pacific Fleet on December 7, 1941, launching the United States into World War II. Using archival footage and photos and graphics, the documentary shows in detail the bombings on Oahu, along with the fiery explosion of the USS Arizona, the sinking of the USS Oklahoma, and the attacks on Hickam Field, as well as on other parts of the island. REMEMBER PEARL HARBOR documents the 75th anniversary, the tragic events and the courageous acts of those who were in or near Pearl Harbor on that day.
Battle Line: Pearl Harbor (1963, 26 mins.) Battle Line: Pearl Harbor is one installment in a series of government-produced war films. Some of these films served as military education tools, while others were meant to inform the public. In this particular
Dennis Haysbert dives 160 feet beneath the waves in Discovery Channel's world premiere special. High Definition footage of secret sunken ships reveal the truth about the history of WWII
Documentary short film demonstrating the war activities of the American Red Cross.
Documentary, Historical Documentaries, Military Documentaries - In an interesting historical departure, this fascinating documentary analyzes the attack on Pearl Harbor from the Japanese point of view and focuses on Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto, the Japanese military mastermind who (though bitterly opposed) planned the attack on the U.S. fleet anchored in Hawaii. If history is written by the victors, this view of the events of December 7, 1941, fills an important gap in the historical narrative of World War II.
A comparison of Pearl Harbor the movie vs the reality.
Even seventy-five years on from the attack on Pearl Harbor, questions remained about how the world’s most powerful nation was caught by surprise. This Secret History documentary from 2016 reveals new insight into what Washington knew before the attack, and whether Churchill and Roosevelt conspired to allow it to happen. Within the space of two hours, the devastating assault by Japanese forces left nearly 2500 people dead and 19 ships destroyed or damaged. An investigation ordered by President Roosevelt found Admiral Husband Kimmel, Commander in Chief of the Pacific Fleet, guilty of dereliction of duty. With his career in ruins, Kimmel became a broken man. But was he really to blame? Now, new research reveals what Washington knew prior to the attack and uncovers a crucial dossier that could have prevented it.
This documentary special takes us on a journey through the “day that will live in infamy,” by exploring the biggest stories and lesser known details that still surprise us 75 years later. Accounts from experts, military minds, and even those who lived through it, will show how this tragedy continues to shape our country today.
Over 75 years ago, 1,177 men lost their lives on the USS Arizona during the attack on Pearl Harbor. The ship, underwater, is a shrine and monument, visited by tourists, and the families of those who perished. New 4K footage shows us previously unexplored areas of the battleship wreckage.
Beginning with the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor in December 1941 and culminating in the British-U.S. invasion of French North Africa the following November, this detailed documentary chronicles America's first tumultuous year in World War II. Along the way, countless American women flood the workforce to fill the manufacturing jobs left open by the troops, while the Japanese advance in the Pacific toward the Battle of Midway.
This riveting documentary explores the history of the legendary submarine USS bringing its exciting story to life through a tour of the renowned vessel and interviews with men who served aboard the sub. The &NFi;Bowfin&NFi_;, which has been restored and is now berthed in Pearl Harbor, faced a sophisticated Japanese antisubmarine operation while making patrol runs during World War II, aiding Filipino guerillas and rescuing downed pilots.
Produced both for the education of troops and to inform the public, these films promoted justification for the World War II battles in the Pacific and served to strengthen the resolve of soldiers and citizens. Sixteen features provide a concise overview, including graphic combat footage.