WITNESS TO INFAMY: A Memoir of Pearl Harbor & the Pacific War

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WITNESS TO INFAMY: A MEMOIR OF PEARL HARBOR AND THE PACIFIC WAR by Louis Conter, Lt.Cdr. USN (Ret.) is a gripping account by an American hero. Louis Conter was on duty on the deck of the U.S.S. Arizona on December 7, 1941. This is his story of that “day that will live in infamy” and his subsequent service as a bomber pilot in the Pacific theater. Featuring Mr. Conter’s account, contextual commentary, music, historical footage and photographs, this is a great resource for students, history buffs, and patriots.

WITNESS TO INFAMY was shot on location in California, and at the Pearl Harbor 75th anniversary observances in December, 2016. It features commentary by a number of Pearl Harbor survivors and military officials.

This Eagle Scout Service Project by Philip M.T. Jacques is a gift from the Boy Scouts of America, Newcastle Troop 13, to the people of America, particularly young people, so we will always REMEMBER PEARL HARBOR.

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