Some survivors found it hard to convince friends, and even family members that they had actually had a part in this incredible historical event, especially when there was no evidence of it anywhere in printed form. No one ever heard of it, even though it at least equaled in scope the tragedy of the Arizona at Pearl Harbor. Many gave up trying to tell their story.
During the last few years, however, more information has been forthcoming, articles have been written, and books are now appearing on the subject. And, government documentation was finally released and is available. Whether all of the government documentation has been released is still open to conjecture by many of the survivors.
Visitors to our web-site are invited to learn more about this incredible historical event. The following bibliography is a good starting point. Please contact us with any other resources you find.
The Article that Got Things Started
John P. Fievet, “World War II’s Secret Disaster,” American History Magazine, August 1,1993