Videos of Hawaii During the War
Welcome to our collection of videos of Hawaii during the war. The greatest effect of war is less in altering national boundaries than in effecting fundamental and lasting changes in society. The Second World War changed the economic and political landscape of Hawai’i from one dominated by a white Republican sugar-baron oligarchy and the Big Five missionary firms to one dominated by local folks.
Ua Kuluma Ke Kanaka I Ke Aloha – It Is Natural For People To Behave In a Loving Way.
“A Tribute to One-Puka-Puka” (57:00)
“Battle of Wake Island” (2:47)
“Early 1940s Honolulu” (2:38)
“Invasion of Hawaii, Part II” (16:48)
“Pearl Harbor: A Day of Infamy” (56:26)
“Pearl Harbour: Who Fired First?” 1/2″ (23:33)
“Remember Pearl Harbor” (1:21:37)
“The Battle of Wake Island” (12:09)
“The Niihau Incident” (13:08)
“WWII – Army in Hawaii” (1:23:00)
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