Attack on 'Battleship Row' of Pearl Harbor, seen from a Japanese aircraft, 7 Dec 1941 (US National Archives)
Same place, different time. Wow. That's amazing.
At 7:55am, Sunday, Dec 7, 1941, Pearl Harbor is attacked by carrier based Japanese planes, killing 2300. The following day in his war speech to Congress, President Franklin Roosevelt called it "a day which will live in infamy."
Inside Destroyed Soldiers Barracks, Hickam Field, Hawaii 1941. After surprise Japanese attack Dec 7th....
Men examine the burned-out wreckage of a P-40 pursuit aircraft, near Hangar 4 at Wheeler Air Field, following the end of the Japanese raid on 7 December 1941. Note long blast tubes for the plane's nose machine guns.
American divers work around the aft turrets of the battleship USS Arizona at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii on Feb. 2, 1942 during World War II. The Arizona was sunk and destroyed during the Japanese aerial attack on Pearl Harbor
View of Pearl Harbor looking southwesterly from the hills to the northward. Taken during the Japanese raid, with anti-aircraft shell bursts overhead. Large column of smoke in lower center is from USS Arizona (BB-39). Smaller smoke columns further to the left are from the destroyers Shaw (DD-373), Cassin (DD-372) and Downes (DD-375), in drydocks at the Pearl Harbor Navy Yard.
Aerial photograph, taken by a Japanese pilot, of the attack on Pearl Harbor, a Japanese bomber in lower-right foreground. (Library of Congress)
Pearl Harbor Through the Eyes of a LIFE Photographer - Photo Essays
PEARL HARBOR after the Japanese invasion--Dec. 7, 1941
Attack on Pearl Harbor - Caption: "West of Waikiki Beach, fashionable playground for this Pacific Paradise, Japan's first attacking bombers swept without warning from the western Pacific." LIFE, Dec. 15, 1941.