Tag: Pearl Harbor

Leadership in American History Symposium: WWII Lectures

We are excited to present for the first time our Leadership in American History Symposium. To give you an idea of what you can expect from our historians, following are the abstracts for the lectures on WWI and WWII.

Marty Morgan Lectures on Pearl Harbor

We are excited to announce that our historian Martin A.K. Morgan will be giving a lecture at Jefferson Parish Regional Public Library this Thursday entitled Pearl Harbor Unseen. Pearl Harbor Unseen relates to piece of original color footage from the December 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor that was filmed by a U.S. Army soldier and his wife. This footage has never been seen in public before and captures the aftermath of the Japanese attacks on battleship row and Hickam Army Airfield.

Ronald Drez’s New Book Predicting Pearl Harbor Released!

We are excited to announce that our historian Ronald Drez’s new book, Predicting Pearl Harbor, has just been released! Ron’s tenth book, is a fascinating story about General Billy Mitchell, the father of the U.S. Air Force. He predicted the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1923!