It is an excellent capture of "time" in lives that were taken too early. Obviously I have interest because my uncle was on the Arizona. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jean Meuser
On page 217 there is a picture of an Arizona crew member. He is listed as LaFrance, William Robert- Seaman first class.
Either the bio is wrong or the picture is wrong. Read more
Loved the stories that were so amazing. It was surprising what the men went through. Very enjoyable read! Would highly recommend!Published 10 months ago by Mary Crusemire
I was very pleased with the book.it is nice to get some personal insight for our fallen servicemen..we as family appreciate all the work that was put into it..THANK YOUPublished 16 months ago by RHODA C TOLLE
Well presented for a self- published book. Obviously a labor of love for the author. This book concentrates on the men, from the Admiral to lowest ranking seaman. Read morePublished 18 months ago by yma1000
A lifetime has passed since the sailors and marines of the USS Arizona, BB-39, were attacked at Pearl Harbor. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Richard Wilson
I have donated a book about The uss Arizona to the library in town some years ago. The new one has a picture of my cousin Edward Smith who died on that ship. Read morePublished 18 months ago by carole j. scroggins