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 Pearl Harbor Photography

FREE - Cuba - United States Secret Diplomacy Documents (1961-1977)

PEARL HARBOR ATTACK PHOTOGRAPHY

300 photographs of the Pearl Harbor attack. United States Navy photography of Pearl Harbor, before, during, and after the Japanese attack of the December 7, 1941. Many of the photographs were classified as secret at the time they were taken. Includes several photographs taken by the Japanese navy. Also included in the collection is 30 images of messages and dispatches sent from Pearl Harbor at the time of the attack.
 

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The forward magazine of USS Shaw explodes during the second Japanese attack wave. To the left of the explosion, Shaw's stern is visible, at the end of floating drydock YFD-2. At right is the bow of USS Nevada, with a tug alongside fighting fires. Photographed from Ford Island, with a dredging line in the foreground.
 

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Sailors in a motor launch rescue a survivor from the water alongside the sunken USS West Virginia during or shortly after the Japanese air raid on Pearl Harbor. USS Tennessee is inboard of the sunken battleship. Note extensive distortion of West Virginia's lower midships superstructure, caused by torpedoes that exploded below that location. Also note 5"/25 gun, still partially covered with canvas, boat crane swung outboard and empty boat cradles near the smokestacks, and base of radar antenna atop West Virginia's foremast.
 

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View of the Parade Ground at the Pearl Harbor Marine Barracks, between 0930 and 1130 hrs. on 7 December 1941, with smoke in the background rising from burning ships.
 

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USS Oglala. View taken from 1010 Dock, showing the capsized ship's starboard deck edge and embarkation ladder, 9 December 1941, two days after she was sunk in the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. In the center distance is the beached and sunken battleship Nevada. USS Shaw, wrecked in the floating drydock YFD-2, is in the left center distance. Ford Island Naval Air Station is at right.
 

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USS Cassin in drydock at the Pearl Harbor Navy Yard, 23 January 1942, while under salvage. She was burned out and capsized in the drydock during the 7 December 1941 Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
 

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