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Return to Midway @ nationalgeographic.com
Robert Ballard dove deeper than ever to find the carrier Yorktown, a casualty of World War IIs Battle of Midway. Relive the hunt and revisit the battle through dispatches, maps, photos, survivors stories, and more.
Ballard and the Black Sea: The Search for Noahs Flood @ nationalgeographic.com
Browse dispatches from the expedition that confirmed the Black Sea as the site of a flood of biblical proportions.
Explorers-in-Residence: Robert D. Ballard @ nationalgeographic.com
Get to know the man who found Titanic.
The Admiral Nimitz Museum and Historical Center
Ever wanted to see a Japanese midget sub that was used in the Pearl Harbor raid? Pay a visit to this Texas museum, which focuses on the Pacific battles of World War II.
Japanese Type A Midget Submarines used in the attack on Pearl Harbor
Find out what happened to the five mini-subs unleashed on Pearl Harbor and see rare interior and exterior photos.
National Park Service: U.S.S. Arizona Memorial
Dont miss the inDEPTH section of this site, which gives a comprehensive, photo-filled account of the disaster that accounted for roughly half of the fatalities during the Pearl Harbor attack.
Naval Station: Pearl Harbor
Take a look around the Pearl Harbor military operation of today, courtesy of the U.S. Navy.
Pearl Harbor: Attack From Below
Read the controversial report that, on the basis of photo analysis, claims that a midget sub was instrumental in sinking at least one U.S. battleship in Pearl Harbor.
Barker, A.J. Pearl Harbor. Ballantine Books, 1969.
Burlingame, Burl. Advance Force Pearl Harbor: The Imperial Navys Underwater Assault on America. Pacific Monograph, 1992.
Goldstein, Donald M., and others. The Way it Was: Pearl HarborThe Original Photographs. Prange Enterprises, 1991.
Aerial view of Pearl Harbor showing Ford Island at center
Photograph from Corbis