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Japanese B5N torpedo bomber crews posing before a B5N aircraft aboard carrier Kaga as they prepare for the attack on Perl Harbor, 6 Dec 1941.

Aircraft prepare to launch from the Imperial Japanese Navy aircraft carrier Akagi during the December 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.

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[Photo] Aerial view of Ford Island in Pearl Harbor during the Japanese attack, 7 Dec 1941; photo taken from a Japanese aircraft

An aerial view of Ford Island in Pearl Harbor during the Japanese attack, 7 Dec 1941; photo taken from a Japanese aircraft

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[Photo] Attack on 'Battleship Row' of Pearl Harbor, seen from a Japanese aircraft, 7 Dec 1941

Attack on 'Battleship Row' of Pearl Harbor, seen from a Japanese aircraft, 7 Dec 1941

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[Photo] A6m and D3A aircraft prepared to launch from Shokaku to attack Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 7 Dec 1941, photo 1 of 3

Aircraft prepared to launch from Shokaku to attack Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 7 Dec 1941

Japanese A6M2 zero fighter on the deck of an aircraft carrier Akagi in Hitokappu Bay (island of Iturup, Kuril Islands). The picture was taken in January 1941 before the Japanese attack carrier connections into the sea to attack the American base of Pearl Harbor.

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[Photo] Wrecked Warhawk fighter at Wheeler Field after Japanese attack, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, 7 Dec 1941

A wrecked Warhawk at Wheeler Field after Pearl Harbor attack, 7 Dec 1941

Allen Ottis Brooner Served 1940 – Dec. 7, 1941 (He died aboard the USS Arizona at Pearl Harbor and is entombed there) U.S. Navy Hometown: Dale, Ind. ~

80-G-32779: Wreckage of Japanese Type 99 Carrier Bomber, an Aichi D3A “VAL at Beckoning Point. Note indicates the VAL came from Japanese Carrier Akagi during the Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor, 7 December 1941.

Crew of Japanese Aircraft Carrier Zuikaku (At the point the last remaining Pearl Harbor veteran carrier) gives one last Banzai as the ship sinks during the Battle of Cape Engaño, 25 October 1944

Final morning edition from Dec 8, 1941, following the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii during World War II.