Pearl Harbor Photos of Japan's attack on U.S. Navy Ships

This photos on this page show views of the devastating attack by the Japanese, on the U.S. Navy Ships, and military personnel at Pearl Harbor. 
This photo shows Battleships USS West Virginia and USS Tennesee on 12/07/1941.
This is a National Archives Photo. NAIL Control Number: NRHS-21-DCHIHIHC-HC298-298REXH14(1)
This photo shows from left to right USS West Virginia , USS Tennessee , and the USS Arizona.
This National Archives Photo is part of  Series: Franklin D. Roosevelt Library Public Domain 
Photographs, compiled 1882 - 1962. ARC Identifier 196243 NAIL Control Number: NLR-PHOCO-A-65458
 This photo shows a small boat trying to rescue sailors from the burning USS West Virgina. The USS Tennessee is next to her.
Library of Congress Photo: details
 This photo shows Ford Island Naval Air Station, Hawaii, 12/07/1945.
This National Archives Photo is part of: File Unit: In Re Lloyd C. Duncan, 1941 - 1944
NAIL Control Number: NRHS-21-DCHIHIHC-HC298-298REXH14(25)
Other Identifier: 08919
This is the NARA Internal Exhibit Tracking Number for the Public Vaults exhibit.
Search Identifier: siLearning Center
Search Identifier: siNational History Standard Era 8

 Right, USS Arizona in flames. Left, colors flying from the USS West Virginia.
Photo Courtesy of National Archives, Record Group 21. ARC Identifier 295986
Battleship row after the attack.
This National Archive Photo is part of: File Unit: In Re Lloyd C. Duncan, 1941 - 1944
NAIL Control Number: NRHS-21-DCHIHIHC-HC298-298REXH14(12)
 The USS California being abandoned, while on fire, and stating to sink. 
Photo Courtesy of National Archives, Record Group 21. ARC Identifier 295980
 The USS Shaw's magazine exploded, causing this amazing fireball.
Photo Courtesy of National Archives, Record Group 21. ARC Identifier 295978
 USS Arizona sinking and in flames.
Photo Courtesy of National Archives, From Collection FDR-PHOCO: Franklin D. Roosevelt Library. ARC Identifier 195617
 Part of the wing from a Japanese airplane that landed on the grounds of the Naval Hospital. 
Photo Courtesy of National Archives. Record group 128. ARC Identifier 306539
 This photo shows oil burning on the surface of the water, near the Naval Air Station.
Photo Courtesy of National Archives, Record Group 21. ARC Identifier 296004
 National Museum of the Air Force Photo (click on photo to see full sized) 
This Boeing B-17D sits on the ground at Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941. In the background, you can see smoke from the burning ships.
This photo shows the devestating destruction at a Naval Air Base at Pearl Harbor, Dec. 7, 1941.
Library of Congress Photo: Photo details
 This photo shows a captured Japanese submarine. It is a Japanese vest-pocket sub. It was captured after the attack on Pearl Harbor. It was used as a traveling exhibit to promote the sale of War Bonds. Library of Congress Photo: details  

 The U.S. used the attack on Pearl Harbor as a motivation in posters, such as this one titled "Avenge Pearl Harbor". Our bullets will do it.
Photo Courtesy of National Archives. Record group 179. ARC Identifier 534787 / Local Identifier 179-WP-936

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