Isoroku Yamamoto, Japanese Imperial Navy Fleet Admiral unwillingly led an attack on Pearl Harbor.

Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto (April 1884 - April / During World War II, Isoroku Yamamoto was the Japanese Marshal Admiral and commander-in-chief of the Combined Fleet. He served in the Imperial Japanese Navy from 1901 until his death in

Avenge Pearl Harbor - WWII poster

Avenge Pearl Harbor - WWII poster The attack on Pearl Harbor was a turning point for American involvement of WWII. Because of that, television, film, and literature were all directed towards the war.

Pearl Harbor, Dec 1941: USN sailor assists with the raising from the sea of the body of Japanese pilot killed during the attack on Pearl Harbor.

World War II: Pearl Harbor

georgy-konstantinovich-zhukov: “An American seaman looks at the charred corpse of a Japanese flier brought up from the bottom of Pearl Harbor, where he crashed with his burning plane during the Japanese attack on December 1941 in Hawaii.

The attack on Pearl Harbor was a surprise military strike conducted by the Imperial Japanese Navy against the United States naval base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, on the morning of December 7, 1941. The attack led to the United States' entry into World War II.

Battleships USS West Virginia and USS Tennessee after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, on Dec. attack initiated U. participation in World War II.

Aerial photograph, taken by a Japanese pilot, of the attack on Pearl Harbor, a Japanese bomber in lower-right foreground. (Library of Congress)

Aerial photograph, taken by a Japanese pilot (perhaps Fuchida), of the attack on Pearl Harbor, a Japanese bomber in lower-right foreground. That appears to be taken from the north side of Ford Island, December 1941

World War II: Pearl Harbor.  The battleships West Virginia and Tennessee burning after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, on December 7, 1941.

World War II: Pearl Harbor

World War II: Pearl Harbor. The battleships West Virginia and Tennessee burning after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, on December

USS Arizona survivor Raymond Haerry, Sr., was one of the lucky ones. Haerry and 334 of the battleship's 1,511 man crew made up of sailors and marines were the only Arizona crewmen to survive the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. Raymond Haerry never wanted to return to Pearl Harbor after World War II ended. The memories were just too painful. It was not until just before his death that Haerry decided it was time to go home to the battleship to spend eternity with his sh...

Haerry and 334 of the battleship's man crew made up of sailors and marines were the only Arizona crewmen to survive the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on D

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