Hawaiian women at work in the Pearl Harbor Navy Yard cutting steel in the salvage of ships sunk during the Japanese attack.

Photo: United States Library of Congress

A diver as he ascends from the oily interior of the

sunken battleship USS Arizona (BB 39). She was

damaged beyond repair during the Japanese attack,

but many parts have been salvaged and put to use on

other ships.

Photo: National Museum of the U.S. Navy

Photo: National Museum of the U.S. Navy


Seamen at Kaneohe Naval Air Station decorate the graves of their fellow sailors killed at Pearl Harbor.

Photo: U.S. Navy

One of many American recruitment posters created after December 7, 1941.

An aerial view of the USS Arizona Memorial with a US Navy Tour Boat, USS Arizona Memorial Detachment, moored at the pier as visitors disembark to

visit and pay their respects to the Sailors and Marines who lost their lives during the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.

INFO Eduard - December 2021