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Japanese naval aircraft prepare to take off from an aircraft carrier (Shokaku distinguisable from the white band on the fuselage just ahead of the tail) to attack Pearl Harbor during the morning of 7 December 1941. Plane in the foreground is a Mitsubishi A6M Zero. This is probably the launch of the second attack wave. The original photograph was captured on Attu in 1943.

From U.S. Naval Historical Center Public Domain Photographs [1]

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current09:21, July 7, 2010Thumbnail for version as of 09:21, July 7, 2010400 × 297 (48 KB)M.mendel (Talk | contribs)Japanese naval aircraft prepare to take off from an aircraft carrier (Shokaku distinguisable from the white band on the fuselage just ahead of the tail) to attack Pearl Harbor during the morning of 7 December 1941.

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