On December 7th, 1941 at 7:55 am, the Japanese attacked military airfields and Pearl Harbour with 181 torpedo dropping planes, dive bombers, horizontal bombers and fighters. Overall, twenty-one ships of the U.S. Pacific fleet were damaged and the death toll reached 2,350, along with 68 civilians and 1,178 injured.

On December 7th, 1941 at 7:55 am, the Japanese attacked military airfields and Pearl Harbour with 181 torpedo dropping planes, dive bombers, horizontal bombers and fighters. Overall, twenty-one ships of the U.S. Pacific fleet were damaged and the death toll reached 2,350, along with 68 civilians and 1,178 injured.

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Pearl Harbor    Touring Pearl Harbor while on vacation is not a choice. It's a must!

Pearl Harbor Touring Pearl Harbor while on vacation is not a choice. It's a must!

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Pearl Harbor-how much did FDR and the federal government know?
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Pear Harbor

Pear Harbor

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Picture Taken On: Morning of Dec 7, 1941  Place: Battleship row  Behind the Camera:  From the Naval archives, Photo #: NH 97379. Unknown Photographer  Picture Summary:  USS Arizona (BB-39) a flame. The picture is taken looking from the side of the USS Arizona. To the left you can see the Number Two 14"/45 triple gun turret pointing forward.

Picture Taken On: Morning of Dec 7, 1941 Place: Battleship row Behind the Camera: From the Naval archives, Photo #: NH 97379. Unknown Photographer Picture Summary: USS Arizona (BB-39) a flame. The picture is taken looking from the side of the USS Arizona. To the left you can see the Number Two 14"/45 triple gun turret pointing forward.

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Pearl Harbor.  Burned and injured patients receive care aboard the USS Solice.
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