A MATTER OF HONOR: Pearl Harbor--Betrayal, Blame, and a Family's Quest for Justice
In the aftermath of the December 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor, Admiral Husband Kimmel, commander in chief of the Pacific Fleet, was made the scapegoat for the catastrophe. He fought to clear his name for the rest of his life, and after his death his children and grandchildren continued the fight. Photos.
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