The National Park Service has a great map, illustrated by Zack Anderson, that shows where the Arizona was berthed during the attack. If you take a close look you can also see the vantage point of Dr. Eric Haakensen (aboard the USS Solace) as he filmed the Arizona exploding.

The National Park Service has a great map, illustrated by Zack Anderson, that shows where the Arizona was berthed during the attack. If you take a close look you can also see the vantage point of Dr. Eric Haakensen (aboard the USS Solace) as he filmed the Arizona exploding.

It’s been 70 years since the Japanese attack on Dec. 7, 1941, “the day that will live in infamy,” in the words of President Franklin Roosevelt,

It’s been 70 years since the Japanese attack on Dec. 7, 1941, “the day that will live in infamy,” in the words of President Franklin Roosevelt,

Graphic about the Japanese attack to Pearl Harbour in 1941. Published by the 75th anniversary.

Graphic about the Japanese attack to Pearl Harbour in 1941. Published by the 75th anniversary.

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A view from a Japanese plane attacking Pearl Harbor in World War II. #WWII #PearlHarbor

A view from a Japanese plane attacking Pearl Harbor in World War II. #WWII #PearlHarbor

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Ship locations at Pearl Harbor, the morning of December 07, 1941, at the opening of hostilities.

Ship locations at Pearl Harbor, the morning of December 07, 1941, at the opening of hostilities.

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Pearl Harbor Map December 7 1941

Pearl Harbor Map December 7 1941

In 1937, the Los Angeles Examiner published a prescient map predicting how Imperial Japan could attack the US during World War II. Created by Howard A. Burke, the map imagined a Japanese attack on the US that closely predicted the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor four years later on December 7, 1941. Burke rightly noted that Japan's first target would be Hawaii and the US fleet docked at Pearl Harbor.

In 1937, the Los Angeles Examiner published a prescient map predicting how Imperial Japan could attack the US during World War II. Created by Howard A. Burke, the map imagined a Japanese attack on the US that closely predicted the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor four years later on December 7, 1941. Burke rightly noted that Japan's first target would be Hawaii and the US fleet docked at Pearl Harbor.

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