Neal D. Franklin Historical Figure Nationality: United States Date of Birth: 1895 Date of Death: 1961 Cause of Death: Unknown Occupation: Soldier Military Branch: United States Army (World War II) Fictional Appearances: "News From the Front" POD: December 8, 1941 Type of Appearance: Direct first-person narrator (one scene) Affiliations: US Army (WWII) Neal D. Franklin (1895-1961) was the provost marshal of the Territory of Hawaii in the immediate aftermath of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. Little else seems to be recorded about his life. Neal D. Franklin in "News From the Front"[edit | edit source] Lt. Col. Neal D. Franklin ordered the Honolulu Advertiser closed down after it published several stories about the sinking of American ships, in violation of the territorial code. References[edit | edit source] ↑ See, e.g., Atlantis and Other Places, pg. 115, HC. v · d · e"News From the Front"Characters Franklin D. Roosevelt · Henry WallaceGeography United StatesNewspapers Associated Press · Boston Traveler · Chicago Tribune · Cleveland Plain Dealer · Honolulu Advertiser · Honolulu Star-Bulletin · Los Angeles Times · Miami Herald · New York Times · The New Yorker · Philadelphia Inquirer · St. Louis Post-Dispatch · Variety Retrieved from "https://turtledove.fandom.com/wiki/Neal_D._Franklin?oldid=308564" Categories: Historical Figures Americans 1890s Births (OTL) 1960s Deaths (OTL) Died Under Unknown Circumstances (OTL) Soldiers of World War II News From the Front Characters Soldiers of World War II (Fictional Work) Historical Figures in Need of Pictures Add category Cancel Save Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.