Wreckage of Japanese aircraft and wounded United States sailors after the attack on Pearl Harbor during World War II.
Honolulu Hawaii USA Date:1941, December 7 Duration:4 min 4 sec Sound:Yes
A film about the attack on Pearl Harbor in Honolulu, Hawaii by Japanese bombers during World War II. Mix of dramatized and actual footage of the attack. USS Nevada (BB-36) underway during the Japanese attack. Japanese bombers in flight. Bombs explode around USS Nevada in Pearl Harbor. A U.S. sailor fires a machine gun at Japanese bombers. Ships attacked by Japanese bombers. Smoke billows up from the explosions. Clouds of black smoke rise from burning battleships in Pearl Harbor. Wreckage of Japanese aircraft in Pearl Harbor. Wreckage and parts of downed Japanese aircraft on land and in water. A dead Japanese pilot floating in water and his aircraft lifted from the water with a ship crane. A Japanese two-man midget submarine. Views of the 2-man mini submarine, a type A Ko-hyoteki-class submarine, number 19, on a beach of Oahu. U.S. officers and troops inspect wreckage after the bombings. Wreckage of U.S. aircraft. Wounded U.S. sailors and soldiers being shuttled by medical staff for care. Wounded lying on litters and more being transported in for care.
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