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A year after the end of the Second World War, the 79th Congress of the United States convened a joint committee in order to understand what went wrong and how it was that the two flag officers who commanded that installation were so unprepared for the Japanese attack - in light of the fact that the British and Americans had been reading the Japanese codes for some time.

You can read the decoded Japanese messages here...

Additional articles about the Pearl Harbor attack can be found here...

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The Congressional Hearings Regarding the Pearl Harbor Attack (United States News, 1945)

The Congressional Hearings Regarding the Pearl Harbor Attack (United States News, 1945)

The Congressional Hearings Regarding the Pearl Harbor Attack (United States News, 1945)

The Congressional Hearings Regarding the Pearl Harbor Attack (United States News, 1945)

The Congressional Hearings Regarding the Pearl Harbor Attack (United States News, 1945)

The Congressional Hearings Regarding the Pearl Harbor Attack (United States News, 1945)

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