NIMITZ GRAY BOOK

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This digitization was carried out in as a cooperative effort between the Naval War College and the Naval History and Heritage Command. It was overseen by the Naval War College Library. Funding was provided by the Naval War College Foundation, Newport, Rhode Island, with. “NIMITZ GRAY BOOK”. Volume 1 of 8. War Plans and Files of the Commander-in- Chief, Pacific Fleet. Running Estimate and Summary maintained by. Captain. Admiral Chester W. Nimitz confers with members of the press at Pacific Fleet The books were originally bound in gray-covered binders that gave the document .


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The Naval War College Library in Newport, R.I. publicly unveiled online the 4, -page “Gray Book” collection of Fleet Adm. Chester Nimitz. During the battles in the Pacific during World War II, Admiral Chester W. Nimitz kept a daily journal now referred to as the “Gray Book.” Bound in. War Plans and Files of the Commander-in-Chief, Pacific Fleet Volume 1 Running Estimate and Summary maintained by. Captain James M.

Naval History and Heritage Command's NHHC Operational Archives, which possesses the physical collection, provided expertise and support to the Naval War College effort to publish the high-quality digital version of the documents. Staff-member Capt.

James Steele began it on the day Pearl Harbor was attacked and ended it on Aug. Henry Hendrix, Ph. I'm extremely pleased we can now share it with researchers, the American public, and Sailors past and present.

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I'm eager to see the collection discussed and to demonstrate the continued relevance of leveraging history in the decision making process. Nearly three years later, he was advanced to the newly created rank of Fleet Admiral - five stars. Less than a year later, Sept. Walter E. Staff-member Capt.

James Steele began it on the day Pearl Harbor was attacked and ended it on Aug. Henry Hendrix, Ph.

Nearly three years later, he was advanced to the newly created rank of Fleet Admiral — five stars. Less than a year later, Sept.

Including records from individual ships, readers can see how each piece fit into the larger whole — while the war was raging around them.

Its pages fragile after decades of storage, the collection would largely be inaccessible.

The digitization, conducted gingerly, makes the holding available worldwide to researchers, naval history enthusiasts, and Sailors interested in their naval heritage.

As the Navy continues to rebalance toward the Asia-Pacific region in accordance with the Defense Strategic Guidance, the Gray Book offers unique insight into this pivotal operational period. The documents have been scanned before, but the higher quality scans will offer researchers, scholars and enthusiasts a better way to search through the tome.

The Naval History and Heritage Command NHHC directly supported the digitization effort, and is currently actively remediating its archival holdings and facilities in order to both safeguard them, and ultimately to make them safely accessible to improve future naval understanding and decision-making.

Naval history and heritage. It is composed of many activities including the Navy Department Library, the Navy Archives, the Navy art and artifact collections, underwater archaeology, Navy history, nine museums, USS Constitution repair facility and the historic ship Nautilus.

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Roosevelt and Admiral William D. Leahy concerning future moves in the war against Japan, during the President's visit to Hawaii, 26 July August Potter, in Nimitz , p.

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Conducted a Plebe kindergarten Second Class year. Some of them noted Nimitz's normally sunny blue eyes now flashed an icy gray as he prepared to talk about what Hanson Baldwin identified as the single greatest obstacle to American success: leadership. Pearl Harbor has now been partially avenged.

At that time they created heavy damage, it is true, but their act aroused the grim determination of our citizenry to avenge such treachery, and it raised, not lowered, the morale of our fighting men.

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