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Subseries 7. Gordon Prange

Scope and Content Notes:

This subseries contains research and manuscripts given to Goldstein by Gordon Prange.


Box 81
Folder 14 Manuscript Correspondence
Folder 15 Book Correspondence
Folder 16 Prange's Notes on Yomiuri Shimbun
Folder 16 Prange Correspondence with Robert E. Barde
File 17 Prange Critique of Mitz Manuscript
Folder 18-18a Prange Book Correspondence
Folder 19 Five Starred Mikado (Confessions of a Court Historian) by Gordon W. Prange

Manuscript.

Folder 20 Guardian of Empire by Gordon W. Prange

Manuscript.

Folder 21 How Americans Reacted to Pearl Harbor Twenty Years Ago by Gordon W. Prange

Manuscript.

Folder 22 That Fateful Sunday on Oahu by Gordon W. Prange

Manuscript.

Folder 23 These Women Remember Pearl Harbor by Gordon W. Prange

Manuscript.

Folder 24 The Truth About Japan's Pearl Harbor Spy by Gordon W. Prange

Manuscript.

Folder 25 Who Knew About Pearl Harbor? by Gordon W. Prange

Manuscript.

Folder 26 GHQ Memorandum, History Section, 4 June 1949

Assignemnt of Gordon Prange to oversee the postwar reports on U.S. and Japanese military.

Folder 29 Resume of the Problem of the Turkish Straits, 1809-1848
Folder 27 Gordon W. Prange Vita, 1973