Japanese attack on the US Naval base at Pearl Harbour; 7th December 1941
January 01, 1900 Licence
Crew members from the USS California abandon their burning ship after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. December 7, 1941.
December 07, 1941 Licence
A picture taken from a Japanese bomber showing another Japanese plane and plumes of black smoke on the ground during the attack on Pearl Harbour (Pearl Harbor).
Aerial view of Pearl Harbor naval base looking southwest, Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii, October 30, 1941. Ford Island is in the center, with the navy yard beyond it and Hickam Field in the upper left.
October 30, 1941 Licence
Black smoke pouring from USS California on fire in Pearl Harbour (Pearl Harbor), Oahu Island after the surprise attack by the Japanese which brought America into WW II.
The American destroyer USS Shaw explodes during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbour (Pearl Harbor), home of the American Pacific Fleet during World War II.
Wreckage of US warships damaged or sunk following Japanese surprise attack on Pearl Harbor.
Wreckage at US Naval Air Station, as flames & smoke flare up in bkgrd., during Japanese aerial attack on Pearl Harbor.
A sailor runs for cover past flaming wreckage hit by dive bombers that had already blasted Pearl Harbor and Hickam Field; Kaneohe Bay Naval Station.
December 01, 1941 Licence
Wreckage of US Coast Guard B-17, destroyed by flares set off by Japanese bullets which burned plane in half as pilot Ray Swenson made crash landing at Hickam Field, only Coast Guard plane destroyed during Japan's surprise attack upon...More
US ships 'Virginia' and 'Tennessee' on fire after the Pearl Harbor attack, December 7, 1941, World War II, Washington, National archives, .
January 02, 2015 Licence
The jumbled mass of wreckage in front of the battleship USS Pennsylvania constitutes the remains of the destroyers USS Downes and USS Cassin, bombed by the Japanese during the raid on Pearl Harbour (Pearl Harbor). The ships were in...More
The burning 'West Virginia' Battle ship during the Japanese air raid on Pearl Harbour, World War Two 1941.
USS Arizona, Pearl Harbour after the Japanese attack in World War II, 1941.
January 01, 1941 Licence
The wreckage of a Japanese torpedo plane shot down during the surprise attack on December 7 being salvaged from the bottom of Pearl Harbor, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, January 7, 1942.
January 07, 1942 Licence
The first draft of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt's proposed message to the US Congress, with his handwritten corrections, urging a declaration of war on Japan following the attack on Pearl Harbour (Pearl Harbor). US Library of...More