Japanese newsreel showing American warships for identification purposes, before attack on Pearl Harbor in World War 2
Pacific Ocean Date:1941 Duration:1 min 30 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Japanese newsreel early in World War 2. Identification silhouettes of U.S. warships. Surf breaking on a Japanese shore. View of a U.S. Aircraft Carrier, from a biplane that has just taken off. A U.S. Navy dirigible airship aloft over a U.S. battleship underway at sea. Large formation of what look like U.S. Boeing P-12 airplanes in flight. Glimpse of a U.S. Navy heavy Cruiser at Pearl harbor with the Aloha Tower lighthouse visible in the background. U.S. Navy crewmen in a submarine. More views of a U.S. Aircraft Carrier. A U.S. Navy submarine submerging. Aerial views of a coastline. Brief shot at end of clip shows Japanese children, all wearing sashes over one shoulder, as they shout a cheer together (possibly Banzai) and smile.
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