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Les photos ont été prises par un marin de l?USS Quapaw ATF 11O. PEARL HARBOR Décembre 7th 1941 (3)

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Remembering Pearl Harbor. Interesting historical footnote: the USS Phoenix (CL-46) was at Pearl that day and escaped the attack unscathed. She was eventually sold to Argentina and renamed the ARA General Belgrano. After almost 3 decades of service with Argentina, she was sunk on 2 May 1982 by the British submarine HMS Conqueror during the Falklands War. Conqueror is the only nuclear-powered submarine to ever engage an enemy vessel in actual combat.

Remembering Pearl Harbor. Interesting historical footnote: the USS Phoenix (CL-46) was at Pearl that day and escaped the attack unscathed. She was eventually sold to Argentina and renamed the ARA General Belgrano. After almost 3 decades of service with Argentina, she was sunk on 2 May 1982 by the British submarine HMS Conqueror during the Falklands War. Conqueror is the only nuclear-powered submarine to ever engage an enemy vessel in actual combat.

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Holy Shit just like they're doing now! We need to wake people up fast! https://twitter.com/JoeMomasNuts/status/414972453404688384 Illuminati

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My new girl crush! Never realised how beautiful she is until watching Pearl Harbor. Wish I looked as effortlessly beautiful!

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View looking down "Battleship Row" from Ford Island Naval Air Station, shortly after the Japanese torpedo plane attack. USS California is at left, listing to port after receiving two torpedo hits.

19 Iconic Photos Of Pearl Harbor

<b>To commemorate the anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, here are some stunning images of the event that brought the United States into World War II.</b> And allow us to use the occasion to thank our veterans for their service and sacrifice.

The USS Arizona - Amazing pictures of the Life and Death of an ill fated Battleship - Page 3 of 3 - WAR HISTORY ONLINE - After the Pearl Harbor attack.

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USS Oklahoma parbuckled in 1943 after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor

On 7 December 1941, USS Maryland (BB-46) was moored inboard of USS Oklahoma (BB-37), and was thus protected by her when Japanese torpedo pla...

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