I just saw this on the front page of MSNBC.com with the title, “Pearl Harbor surprise: Real story of iconic female firefighters” talking about how the photo above was not actually taken on the same day as the attack at Pearl Harbor, as was previously thought.
What this really a surprise? It seems rather obvious that it was staged.
A sign put up over an American urinal following the Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor and America’s subsequent entry into the war.
The oil-filled waters at Pearl Harbor, shown days following the Japanese attack in 1941.
Seventy years later, oil seepage is still an ongoing and daily occurrence from the sunken vessels.
A sign erected in the United States following the Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor and America’s subsequent entry into WWII.
CBS Radio attempting to call Honolulu and Manila during the attack on Pearl Harbor to no avail.
December 7, 1941 - 70 years ago today.
The crew of the Japanese aircraft carrier Shokaku cheering on and waving farewell to a pilot taking off as part of the attack on Pearl Harbor.
Japanese flight crews receiving a briefing for the attack on Pearl Harbor, drawing out diagrams and the attack plans in chalk on the deck of their aircraft carrier.
December 6, 1941.
Brutal Simplicity Theme