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Lieutenant General Delos Emmons decorating an enlisted man for actions performed during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Hickam Field, 23 Dec 1941. Major General Clarence Tinker looking on.Portrait of Delos Emmons, date unknown
Lieutenant General Delos Emmons decorating an enlisted man for actions performed during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Hickam Field, 23 Dec 1941. Major General Clarence Tinker looking on.Portrait of Delos Emmons, date unknown
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Emmon's Memorandum to McCloy Regarding Japanese-Hawaiians, 29 Apr 1942, page 1 of 2Emmon's Memorandum to McCloy Regarding Japanese-Hawaiians, 29 Apr 1942, page 2 of 2
Rear Admiral David Bagley, Commander Hawaiian Sea Frontier; Admiral Chester Nimitz; Army Major General Delos Emmons, Military Governor of Hawaii; and Rear Admiral Aubrey Fitch aboard USS Saratoga, 16 Jun 1942.Lieutenant General Robert Richardson and Lieutenant General Delos Emmons, Oahu, Hawaii, circa Jun 1943
Rear Admiral David Bagley, Commander Hawaiian Sea Frontier; Admiral Chester Nimitz; Army Major General Delos Emmons, Military Governor of Hawaii; and Rear Admiral Aubrey Fitch aboard USS Saratoga, 16 Jun 1942.Lieutenant General Robert Richardson and Lieutenant General Delos Emmons, Oahu, Hawaii, circa Jun 1943
US Secretary of War Henry Stimson awarding Lieutenant General Delos Emmons the Distinguished Service Medal, Jul 1943; Brigadier General H. B. Lewis in background
US Secretary of War Henry Stimson awarding Lieutenant General Delos Emmons the Distinguished Service Medal, Jul 1943; Brigadier General H. B. Lewis in background
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