• USS West Virginia (BB-48) afire immediately after the Japanese air attack. USS Tennessee (BB-43) is on the sunken battleship's opposite side.
  • View of Pearl Harbor looking southwesterly from the hills to the northward. The large column of smoke in lower center is from USS Arizona (BB-39). (National Archives)
  • USS Downes (DD-375), at left, and USS Cassin (DD-372), capsized at right, burned out and sunk. The relatively undamaged USS Pennsylvania (BB-38) is in the background. (National Archives)
  • USS Cassin (DD-372) burned out and capsized against USS Downes (DD-375). (National Archives)
  • USS Arizona, at height of fire.
  • USS Arizona (BB-39) ablaze, immediately following the explosion of her forward magazines. (National Archives)
  • U.S. Army aircraft destroyed by Japanese raiders at Wheeler Air Field. Wreckage includes at least one P-40 and a twin-engine amphibian. Note the wrecked hangar in the background. (National Archives)
  • Sailors attempt to save a burning PBY at Naval Air Station, Kaneohe Bay, Oahu, during the Japanese air raid. (Naval History and Heritage Command)
  • The U.S.S. Shaw ablaze after the Japanese attack. (Naval History and Heritage Command)
  • Captured Japanese photograph taken aboard a Japanese carrier before the attack on Pearl Harbor. (Naval History and Heritage Command)
  • Japanese Navy Type 97 Carrier Attack Plane (nicknamed Kate by the Allies) flies high over Hickam Army Air Field during the attack. Pearl Harbor is in the background, with smoke rising from burning ships off Ford Island and at the Navy Yard. (National Archives)
  • Damage to the forecastle deck of USS Nevada (BB-36), caused by the explosion of a Japanese bomb below decks. (Naval History and Heritage Command)
  • Divers emerging from a gas-filled compartment aboard one of the ships undergoing salvage. (Naval History and Heritage Command)
  • Divers standing in front of a decompression chamber, while they were working to salvage ships. (Naval History and Heritage Command)
  • President Franklin D. Roosevelt signs the declaration of war against the Empire of Japan on December 8, 1941. (Library of Congress)
  • Draft of FDR's famous, "Infamy Address". (Library of Congress)