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Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor Dec 7th 1941. (From Tora Tora Tora)

December Japanese forces attacked Pearl Harbor without warning. This resulted in many American casualties including civilians and military units. This was the cause for the American entry in World War II.

Pearl Harbor Attack 1941 | Civilian casualties of Pearl Harbor attack, Hawaii, 1941

Pearl Harbor Attack: Three civilians were killed in this shrapnel-riddled car by a bomb dropped from a Japanese plane eight miles from Pearl Harbor on 7 December

USS California (BB44) - first flagship of the Pacific Fleet, torpedoed at Pearl Harbor, refloated and resumed service. Hit by a kamikaze Jan 1945 (44 crew killed, 155 wounded). Ended up sold for scrap in 1959.

USS California - first flagship of the Pacific Fleet, torpedoed at Pearl Harbor, refloated and resumed service. Hit by a kamikaze Jan 1945 crew killed, 155 wounded). Ended up sold for scrap in

http://ift.tt/2wMsJjM of the British planned version of Pearl Harbour. Using only 22 Torpedo Biplanes from an aircraft carrier they managed to surprise an Italian Fleet docked and inflicted heavily casualties. It heavily influenced the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.

http://ift.tt/2wMsJjM of the British planned version of Pearl Harbour. Using only 22 Torpedo Biplanes from an aircraft carrier they managed to surprise an Italian Fleet docked and inflicted heavily casualties. It heavily influenced the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.

Pearl Harbor Casualties - Deaths by Location, Fort and Ship

Pearl Harbor Casualties - December USS Arizona, USS California, Fort Shafter and others

PEARL HARBOR ... DEC. 1941... USS ARIZONA EXPLODES & SINKS... HUNDREDS OF CASUALTIES.............

The USS Arizona documentary Witnesses to infamy Pearl Harbor video

Casualty List from Pearl Harbor (detailed list according to Location)

Pearl Harbor Casualties - December USS Arizona, USS California, Fort Shafter and others

There were 4,575 military casualties at Pearl Harbor, including 2,403 killed. Swift burial was imperative. On Dec 8, 15 victims of the raid were temporarily laid to rest under a single flag while Marine riflemen fired a volley and a bugler played taps. The bodies were later moved to an Oahu military cemetery or sent home. This beach site became a golf course.

8 December A Marine rifle squad fires a volley over the bodies of 15 officers and men killed at Naval Air Station Kanoehe Bay during the raid at Pearl Harbor.

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The Day that Lives in Infamy but Launched a Superpower: Pearl Harbor Told from a Survivor’s Point-of-View

The Pearl Harbor attacks very large amount of damage, despite its duration of just two hours.  21 ships of the United States Pacific Fleet were either sunk or damaged.  188 airplanes were destroyed, and 159 were damaged.  There were 2,403 American casualties, 68 of which were civilians.  On the other side, only Japanese 29 planes (10% of the attacking force) were destroyed.  In the end, all but three US ships damaged were repaired.

December Black smoke and flames pour out of a battleship on fire in Pearl Harbour (Pearl Harbor), Oahu Island after a surprise attack by the Japanese which brought America into WW II. (Photo by MPI/Getty Images)

Pearl Harbor widows have gone into war work to carry on the fight with a personal vengeance, Corpus Christi, Texas. Mrs. Virginia Young (rig...

Pearl Harbor widows have gone into war work to carry on the fight with a personal vengeance, Corpus Christi, Texas. Virginia Young (right) whose husband was one of the first casualties of World War II, is a supervisor in the Assembly and Repairs Depa

Some incredible images of Pearl Harbor attacks.

[Photo] US Navy sailors honoring fellow sailors killed during the Pearl Harbor attack, Naval Air Station Kaneohe, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, possibly 31 May 1942

The aftermath of the Pearl Harbor attack, Dec 7, 1941.

On the morning of December Japanese bombers staged a surprise attack on U. military and naval forces in Hawaii. In a devastating defeat, the United States suffered casualties and loss.

RIP, sir. (sniffle) He was there when the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941, and his ashes will likely be placed inside the memorial honoring the hundreds of shipmates whose deaths he witnessed that fateful morning.    Joseph Langdell, the last known surviving officer of the USS Arizona,...

The USS Arizona’s last surviving officer has died. How the Pearl Harbor hero recalled the day of infamy.