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This group met with the Home Service group early in the month as part of a special Pacific emphasis. When they were deployed to Hawaii is not stated, but it was in time to be on-site for the Pearl Harbor attack. The national Red Cross office was giving particular attention to the Pacific, which could be expected.

But does any evidence support the notion that they were given advance planning information of the Pearl Harbor attack? On 26 December , William received his first correspondence from brother Alfred after the bombing on 7 December and recorded in his diary: This morning I actually had letters from Alfred in Honolulu.

Alfred and his family always go to the country for the week-end; this was the first time this year they had not gone. Alfred said that he felt the moment to be exceedingly critical and that he did not want to be out of town.

This remark made me think very hard, because it would suggest that they knew in Honolulu, far better than we did here, how critical the situation was.

Father felt that, from news he had received from letters from Uncle Billy [William Castle] in Washington war with Japan was imminent. Charlie my then-husband and I wanted to use the Laie house that weekend as we had been invited to the Spaldings' nearby for tennis and lunch on Sunday. On Friday Father called me and said he would rather we wouldn't go to Laie as he felt a Japanese attack was imminent. I told Charlie that when he came home that evening, and he said that as the navy had its patrol planes 2, miles out there was no way the Japanese could have a surprise attack.

I told Father this the next day, and he reluctantly agreed to let us go.

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So of course that is where we were when the attack came that Sunday morning. The timing of this conversation two days before the Pearl Harbor attack raises a question, especially since William Castle's diary entries do not support the reason given by Alfred for knowing that an attack by the Japanese was imminent.

It appears that Alfred was covering another confidential source by using his brother's name. No one would question that the former Under Secretary of State would have confidential sources and that he might convey such information.

The Castle family has indicated that the former Hawaii Red Cross chairman had many confidential sources, and much of his correspondence or notes of conversations no longer exist. Taken alone, this might mean nothing and be merely coincidental, but the comments reflect a striking correlation with actions by some of President Roosevelt's closest staff 6, miles away.

Beardall, had come unannounced to the White House in full uniform for Sunday duty, a first since his arrival in May Beardall testified in the congressional hearings on the Pearl Harbor attack in that he also put his staff on hour duty for the first time beginning Friday, 5 December His response to questioning from Senator Homer Ferguson R-MI used almost the same language as Castle, even though they were recorded years apart and no evidence exists that the two had never conversed: "The situation was getting more tense in the diplomatic relations, and I wanted somebody to be there in case I was going out for dinner or somewhere else.

So how was it that Alfred Castle came up with this language and stayed home that weekend in Honolulu? This appears to be evidence of contact with someone who either had access, or was being advised by someone with access, to MAGIC intelligence.

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Red Cross Home Service Director Sanderson opened his November monthly report, dated 3 December , with the statement: "Every phase of our Home Service program has continued to develop new interests and a tremendous increase in activity has been in evidence during the month. Taken alone, this might mean nothing and be merely coincidental, but the comments reflect a striking correlation with actions by some of President Roosevelt's closest staff 6, miles away.

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