In Defense of Their Nation DVD


With original interviews and footage, In Defense of Their Nation shares the story of how the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor and an unlikely Navy Seaplane transformed a small island farming community in Puget Sound.

Running Time: 30 Minutes



On December 6, 1941 Oak Harbor, Washington was a quiet, pastoral farming community. By the following day, it’s future would be unalterably changed. The history of this Whidbey Island community comes alive through the voices of farmers, residents and Navy pilots who witnessed this critical period of our nation’s life. The little known PBY aircraft would be the mechanism for this change.

  • DVD Format
  • Running Time: 30 Minutes

Additional information

Weight 4.6 oz
Dimensions 7.5 × 5.3 × .3 in