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Hospital at Hickam Field, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, as seen from the base water tower, 1941Ford Island, Pearl Harbor, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, Oct 10, 1941. Carrier Enterprise and Repair Ship Curtiss are moored alonfside Ford Island on the right of the photograph.Aerial view looking south at Ford Island, Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 30 Oct 1941; note partial view of Battleship Row at left and USS Enterprise at upper leftVertical aerial photograph of Ford Island, Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 10 Nov 1941; note Battleship Row on top, USS Lexington at bottom, and PBY aircraft at upper right
Hospital at Hickam Field, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, as seen from the base water tower, 1941Ford Island, Pearl Harbor, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, Oct 10, 1941. Carrier Enterprise and Repair Ship Curtiss are moored alonfside Ford Island on the right of the photograph.Aerial view looking south at Ford Island, Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 30 Oct 1941; note partial view of Battleship Row at left and USS Enterprise at upper leftVertical aerial photograph of Ford Island, Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 10 Nov 1941; note Battleship Row on top, USS Lexington at bottom, and PBY aircraft at upper right
Japanese Ambassador Admiral Kichisaburo Nomura and Special Envoy Saburo Kurusu with US Secretary of State Cordell Hull, Washington DC, United States, 17 Nov 1941Page 1 of a US Army alert order dated 28 Nov 1941 issued to west coast commands indicating the rising tensions with Japan. The first paragraph is a repeat of the alert issued by George Marshall in Washington, DC.A6M2 Zero fighter aboard carrier Akagi prior or during the attack on Pearl Harbor, Dec 1941Kaga in heavy seas en route to Pearl Harbor, circa early Dec 1941; carrier Zuikaku in background
Japanese Ambassador Admiral Kichisaburo Nomura and Special Envoy Saburo Kurusu with US Secretary of State Cordell Hull, Washington DC, United States, 17 Nov 1941Page 1 of a US Army alert order dated 28 Nov 1941 issued to west coast commands indicating the rising tensions with Japan. The first paragraph is a repeat of the alert issued by George Marshall in Washington, DC.A6M2 Zero fighter aboard carrier Akagi prior or during the attack on Pearl Harbor, Dec 1941Kaga in heavy seas en route to Pearl Harbor, circa early Dec 1941; carrier Zuikaku in background
Advertisement for silk fabrics that appeared in two Honolulu newspapers 3 Dec 1941, four days before the attack. This ad was said to have coded messages alerting Japanese residents in Hawaii. This copy has been “decoded”The top of the Silk Ad from two 3 Dec 1941 Honolulu newspapers turned upside down and viewed in a mirror. This was supposed to reveal the words, “Japan raid.”Carrier Akagi, battleship Hiei, and battleship Kirishima in the Pacific Ocean en route toward US Territory of Hawaii, 6 Dec 1941Flight leader Masao Sato (second row, third from right) with his pilots aboard Zuikaku, 6 Dec 1941; note Tetsuzo Iwamoto second row, right-most
Advertisement for silk fabrics that appeared in two Honolulu newspapers 3 Dec 1941, four days before the attack. This ad was said to have coded messages alerting Japanese residents in Hawaii. This copy has been “decoded”The top of the Silk Ad from two 3 Dec 1941 Honolulu newspapers turned upside down and viewed in a mirror. This was supposed to reveal the words, “Japan raid.”Carrier Akagi, battleship Hiei, and battleship Kirishima in the Pacific Ocean en route toward US Territory of Hawaii, 6 Dec 1941Flight leader Masao Sato (second row, third from right) with his pilots aboard Zuikaku, 6 Dec 1941; note Tetsuzo Iwamoto second row, right-most
Japanese B5N torpedo bomber crews posing before a B5N aircraft aboard carrier Kaga, 6 Dec 1941Japanese carrier pilots receiving instructions before attacking Pearl Harbor, Dec 1941Lieutenant Ichiro Kitajima briefing his bomber crews on the Pearl Harbor attack aboard carrier Kaga, 6 Dec 1941
Japanese B5N torpedo bomber crews posing before a B5N aircraft aboard carrier Kaga, 6 Dec 1941Japanese carrier pilots receiving instructions before attacking Pearl Harbor, Dec 1941Lieutenant Ichiro Kitajima briefing his bomber crews on the Pearl Harbor attack aboard carrier Kaga, 6 Dec 1941'AIRRAID ON PEARLHARBOR X THIS IS NOT DRILL' radio message received by USS Wasp, 7 Dec 1941
A bow-on view of the comparatively lightly damaged battleship USS Maryland with the burning USS West Virginia behind her and the capsized USS Oklahoma beside her, Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 7 Dec 1941A camera on Ford Island catches the moment the forward magazine of USS Shaw exploded, Pearl Harbor, Oahu, Hawaii, Dec 7, 1941.A damaged Zero fighter left a trail of smoke above Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 7 Dec 1941A view down Pearl Harbor’s Battleship Row about an hour after the Japanese air attack began, 0850, 7 Dec 1941. Note battleship USS California listing in the foreground and the capsized Oklahoma beyond.
A bow-on view of the comparatively lightly damaged battleship USS Maryland with the burning USS West Virginia behind her and the capsized USS Oklahoma beside her, Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 7 Dec 1941A camera on Ford Island catches the moment the forward magazine of USS Shaw exploded, Pearl Harbor, Oahu, Hawaii, Dec 7, 1941.A damaged Zero fighter left a trail of smoke above Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 7 Dec 1941A view down Pearl Harbor’s Battleship Row about an hour after the Japanese air attack began, 0850, 7 Dec 1941. Note battleship USS California listing in the foreground and the capsized Oklahoma beyond.

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