War comes to the U.S.: The First 30 Hours as Reported to the Time-Life-Fortune News Bureau from the U.S. and Abroad
This mimeograph copy is comprised of reports and dispatches from correspondents to Time-Life-Fortune News Bureau chief David Hulbard in New York during the first thirty hours following the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. The reports total 222 pages. In instances where relative military strengths, the extent of damage to Pearl Harbor, or military and naval strategy were reported, such information was deleted. Officials who made "not for attribution" statements had their names obliterated also. All of these deletions were made by the News Bureau.
- Creation: December 7, 1941
- Time-Life-Fortune News Bureau (Organization)
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Language of Materials
RH MS C32
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Transfer from School of Journalism, by M. Ryther, 1973
- Guide to the Time-Life-Fortune News Bureau Collection
- War comes to the U.S.: The First 30 Hours as Reported to the Time-Life-Fortune News Bureau from the U.S. and Abroad
- lgg 1 January 1974; mg 2004
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- Finding aid written in English.
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Time-Life-Fortune News Bureau Collection, Kansas Collection, RH MS C32, Kenneth Spencer Research Library, University of Kansas