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USS Arizona: The Life & Death Of A Lady

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Start with rare footage of the launch of the dreadnaught in 1915 and follow the life of the ship through it history.

Interviews with still-living crew members from the 20's, 30's and 40's give a view of life aboard the Arizona, sharing never-before-seen photographs and fond remembrances that bring the ship to life.

Rare Underwater footage shows the Arizona at the bottom of Pearl Harbor.

EXCUSIVE! See the discovery and introduction of the Japanese dive bomber pilot who dropped the very first bomb on the Americans. Visit the teahouse where the key Japanese spy plotted ship positions prior to the attack. Visit the temple where Japanese veterans of the attack hold a memorial service every year.

Most historic of all, the Japanese pilot and a former Arizona officer meet on the Memorial itself and present a wreath to the nearly 1,000 seamen entombed aboard. This is a moment that has never happened before and will never happen again, a tear-filled footnote in history. Readers will indeed, "Remember Pearl Harbor."

47 min.

"Five stars! A model for documentary making. It has enough genuine feeling for two programs!" - Video Rating Guide for Libraries, Vol. 3, No. 4

"This is definitely an excellent addition to any library of important video histories. Well done!" -- Military

"A fascinating biography of a great ship. The video has strong appeal to Navy buffs and historians." -- Library Journal

"...thoroughly engrossing for military history fans." -- Booklist
"A high-quality production that is sure to be popular with library patrons. Highly recommended." -- Video Librarian

"A fine and touching documentary." -- Charles Champlin, LA Times Critic

"The video is recommended for school, university and public library collections." -- School Library Journal

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