Salvage operations begin after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, bringing the U.S. into World War II.
Pearl Harbor Hawaii USA Date:1941, December 8 Duration:1 min 21 sec Sound:Yes
Views of Pearl Harbor and environs,immediately after the Japanese air raid on December 7, 1941, that forced the U.S. into World War 2 in the Pacific. Fire smoke and Wreckage, including a Navy Catalina flying boat, on Ford Island. Mechanics salvaging parts from the remaining front half (tail missing) of a U.S. Army Air Forces B-17 bomber on the tarmac at Hickam Field. Wings from a B-17 with fuselage missing, in a hangar. Pieces of Air Forces airplanes strewn in front of damaged hangar. Pieces of U.S. Navy aircraft litter the ramp in front of a Ford Island hangar. Workers in a dinghy moving in front of bomb-damaged U.S. battleships. Workers standing on the capsized hull of the USS Arizona. A diver in suit and helmet going below decks of a sunken ship. Debris floating in the water. Pumps discharging water from a damaged battleship.
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