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  1. The assault on Pearl Harbor

  2. A outline recognizing ship mooring areas and entitled (at upper left) "Give an account of places of foe armada at jetty", is seen after it was recuperated from a Japanese air ship that was brought down amid the assault on Pearl Harbor. US Navy/National Archives

  3. Japanese Navy Type 99 Val bearer planes get ready to take off from a plane carrying warship to assault Pearl Harbor. The ship out of sight is the transporter Soryu. U.S. Naval force/National Archives

  4. An officer on the Japanese plane carrying warship Shokaku looks as planes take off to assault Pearl Harbor. The Kanji engraving at left is an authority request to pilots to do their obligation to decimate (the foe). U.S. Naval force/National Archives

  5. A Japanese Navy Type 97 Kate bearer assault plane takes off from the plane carrying warship Shokaku, on the way to assault Pearl Harbor. U.S. Naval force/National Archives

  6. A Japanese plane flying machine is found in the closer view of a flying photo taken by a Japanese pilot amid the assault on Pearl Harbor. US Navy/NEA Services

  7. The forward magazine of the destroyer USS Shaw detonates amid the second Japanese assault wave on Pearl Harbor. U.S. Maritime History and Heritage Command

  8. The forward magazines of the destroyer USS Shaw detonate after a bombarding assault by Japanese planes. U.S. Naval force/U.S. Maritime History and Heritage Command

  9. The war vessel USS Arizona blazes, instantly taking after the blast of her forward magazines. The still picture is from a shading film accepted the healing center ship USS Solace. Eric Haakenson/U.S. Naval force/National Archives

  10. Sailors remain in the midst of destroyed planes at the Ford Island seaplane base, looking as the destroyer USS Shaw detonates in the inside foundation. U.S. Naval force/National Archives

  11. The war vessel USS Arizona smolders on Battleship Row, next to Ford Island in an airborne photograph taken from a Japanese flying machine amid the assault. Ships seen are (L-R) USS Nevada, USS Arizona with USS Vestal moored detachable, USS Tennessee with USS West Virginia moored detachable and USS Maryland with USS Oklahoma inverted close by. U.S. Maritime History and Heritage Command

  12. A Japanese Navy Type 99 Val transporter plane is found in real life amid the assault. U.S. Naval force/National Archives

  13. Flak blasts of hostile to flying machine shells pepper the horizon above rising smoke from the war vessel USS Arizona. U.S. Naval force/National Archives

  14. A Japanese Type 00 (Zero) transporter contender trails smoke after it was hit by hostile to airplane fire amid the assault. U.S. Naval force/National Archives

  15. The harmed war vessel USS California, leaning to port subsequent to being hit by Japanese flying torpedoes and bombs, is seen off Ford Island amid the assault. U.S. Naval force/National Archives

  16. The group of the Japanese bearer Shokaku cry Banzai as a Type 97 Kate transporter assault plane takes off as the second wave assault is propelled on Pearl Harbor. U.S. Naval force/National Archives

  17. U.S. Marines anticipate the conceivable profit of Japanese air ship for the parade ground at the Pearl Harbor Marine Barracks. U.S. Maritime History and Heritage Command

  18. A Japanese Type 00 (Zero) warrior with markings from the bearer Akagi is seen after it smashed amid the assault at Fort Kamehameha, close Pearl Harbor. U.S. Naval force/National Archives

  19. An aeronautical photo taken the year prior to the Japanese attack demonstrates the East Loch and the Fleet Air Base on Ford Island in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Noticeable are the bearer Yorktown, ten warships, seventeen cruisers, two light cruisers, and more than thirty destroyers. U.S. Naval force/National Archives

  20. Gunners on load up the minesweeper USS Avocet search for more Japanese planes, at about the time the air assault finished on Pearl Harbor. U.S. Naval force/National Archives

  21. Sailors in an engine dispatch save a survivor from the water nearby the submerged war vessel USS West Virginia amid or not long after the Japanese air attack. U.S. Naval force/National Archives

  22. The forward superstructure of the submerged war vessel USS Arizona smolders after the assault. U.S. Naval force/U.S. Maritime History and Heritage Command

  23. The destroyers USS Downes and USS Cassin lie destroyed in Drydock One in front of the war vessel USS Pennsylvania not long after the end of the assault. U.S. Naval force/National Archives

  24. Sailors endeavor to spare a smoldering PBY land and/or water capable air ship at amid the Japanese strike on Naval Air Station Kaneohe Bay, close Pearl Harbor. U.S. Naval force/U.S. Maritime History and Heritage Command

  25. A destroyed U.S. Armed force Air Corps B-17C plane lies at Hickam Air Field, taking after the end of the Japanese strike on Pearl Harbor. This plane, steered by Captain Raymond T. Swenson, was one of those that touched base amid the attack in the wake of flying in from California. It was hit by a strafing assault subsequent to landing and blazed down the middle. U.S. Naval force/National Archives

  26. The body of a mariner slaughtered amid the Japanese air assault at Naval Air Station Kanoehe Bay lies on the shoreline, close Pearl Harbor. U.S. Naval force/National Archives

  27. A demonstrate made for a Japanese publicity film on the Pearl Harbor assault, indicating ships situated as they were amid the assault, is found in a photo which was taken back to the U.S. from Japan toward the end of World War II by Rear Admiral John Shafroth. U.S. Maritime History and Heritage Command

  28. Ship's Chief Petty Officers listen to the radio communicate of President Franklin D. Roosevelt's deliver to the Congress asking for an announcement of War against the Axis powers, December 8, 1941. Take note of the photo of President Roosevelt on the bulkhead. U.S. Naval force/National Archives

  29. A Marine rifle squad discharge a volley over the collections of fifteen officers and men killed at Naval Air Station Kanoehe Bay amid the assault the earlier day at Pearl Harbor, December 8, 1941. U.S. Naval force/National Archives

  30. Following Hawaiian custom, Sailors respect men murdered amid the Japanese Pearl Harbor assault the earlier year on Naval Air Station Kaneohe, May 31, 1942. The losses had been covered on December 8, 1941. U.S. Naval force/National Archives