A young boy from the Madison Square Boys' Club carrying a large bundle of newspapers after the attack on Pearl Harbor, including the New York Mirror which has the headline Japs Declare War.
December 07, 2011 Licence
Poster produced by the Bethlehem Steel Company entitled 'The Navy Needs To Avenge Pearl Harbor; Let's Go' features an image of a battleship as it fires its guns, early 1940s.
January 01, 2013 Licence
Poster features a painting (by Allen Saalberg) of a torn and ragged American flag as black smoke billows behind it, accompanied by the text '...we here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain...' and 'Remeber Dec....More
Headshot portrait of Naval Mess Attendant 3rd Class Dorie Doris Miller, wearing a Navy Cross pinned to his sailor's uniform, under the headline, 'above and beyond the call of duty,' in an Office of War Information poster, World War II....More
President Franklin D. Roosevelt is pictured during the dramatic moments before the joint session of Congress, December 8th, as he asked Congress to declare a state of war against Japan for its 'unprovoked and dastardly attack.' On the...More
December 07, 2017 Licence
A crowd (with at least one member of the armed forces among them) gathers in Times Square after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, New York, New York, December 8, 1941. Several people hold a copies of the New York Enquirer with the...More
The front page of the 'New York World Telegram', with the headline, '1500 dead in Hawaii', referring to the Japanese air attack at Pearl Harbour (Pearl Harbor) on the Hawaiian island of Oahu.
US Pres. Franklin D. Roosevelt signing declaration of war against Japan, wearing black armband, day after bombing of Pearl Harbor.
Thick smoke billows up from stricken American warships (from left, USS West Virginia and USS Tennessee) along battleship row during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii, December 7, 1941.
View in the distance of Pearl Harbor smoking from fires caused by the Japanese air raid, December 1941.