The Second Great War No. 50

AIR STRATEGISTS ’GRIM PROPHECIES COME TRUE Between 7.55 and 9.45 a.m. on December 7,1941, the American Pacific Fleet in Pearl Harbour was putout of action by Japanese bombers and torpedo-planes, every battleship and most of the aircraft being disabled. In white circle an enemy bomber is diving down through the column of smoke rising from the shattered battleship ‘Arizona.’ At the left other smoke clouds rise from the floating dock, where the magazine of the destroyer ‘Shaw ’had just exploded, and from the Navy Yard. Farther left are Hickam Airfield and Schofield Barracks. I ’lioto, U.S. Navy Official
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