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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Wake_Island

The Battle of Wake Island began simultaneously with the attack on Pearl Harbor naval/air ... Also, present on the island were 68 U.S. Navy personnel and about 1,221 civilian workers for the Morrison-Knudsen Civil Engineering Company.

www.nytimes.com/1995/09/09/us/civilian-prisoners-of-war-recall-their-ordeals.html

Sep 9, 1995 ... But just as the United States War Department saw Wake Island as a vital stepping ... Of the 1,100 Morrison Knudsen men on Wake on Dec.

www.spokesman.com/stories/2013/feb/03/wakes-unheralded-pows

Feb 3, 2013 ... In 2011, human remains were found on Wake Island that are ... of large construction companies, including the Morrison-Knudsen Co. of Boise, ...

www.dogberrypatch.com/archives/morrison-knudsen-wake-island-pows

Aug 28, 2005 ... Update: 09/20/2012: Thanks to David Castiglione for a link to the Morrison- Knudsen “Blue Book” found on the Wake Island Spirit Facebook ...

www.stripes.com/news/search-for-closure-accurate-account-of-wake-island-massacre-continues-1.166538

Jan 22, 2012 ... Today, Wake Island, which sits between Hawaii and Guam in the North ... joining Morrison Knudsen Corp. as a mechanic on Wake Island.

www.idahostatesman.com/news/local/article125769324.html

Jan 12, 2017 ... Boisean survived WWII capture on Wake Island ... paying job when he signed on to go to work at Morrison-Knudsen construction company.

www.geni.com/projects/Japanese-prisoners-from-Wake-Island-Guam-and-Cavitie/914

The inscription on the rock can still be seen and is a Wake Island landmark. Civilian Prisoners. About 1,221 civilian workers for the Morrison-Knudsen Company.

americanpowsofjapan.blogspot.com/2011/12/anniversary-of-fall-of-wake-island.html

Dec 23, 2011 ... The Wake Island Marines that December also offered the first ... Island with civilian contractors from the Boise, Idaho firm of Morrison-Knudsen.

bonitagilbert.com/blue-book

Anyone connected to the Wake Island civilian contractors' story either has or wants ... president of Morrison-Knudsen Company (the primary sponsor of the Wake ...