DAY OF INFAMY - - Framed Collectors Piece
PEARL HARBOUR - SUNDAY DECEMBER 7, 1941
On the morning of Sunday 7 December 1941 the Japanese launched their infamous attack on Pearl Harbor. Surprise was complete; within a few terrifying minutes, bombs and torpedoes had damaged or destroyed much of the US Pacific Fleet peacefully at anchor, and almost all of the fighters on the ground. But as Aichi D-3A dive bombers target the Fleet’s flagship, the battleship California, a lone P-40 has managed to get airborne in the chaos to engage the enemy.
Over seventy years ago the world stood open-mouthed in shock as it learnt of the infamous attack on Pearl Harbor.
This dramatic piece seves as a lasting tribute to all those who took part in the actions on December 7 1941. As Aichi D-3A dive bombers target the battleship California, a lone P-40 has managed to get airborne in the chaos to engage the enemy.
Featuring an original pencil remarque in the border, this moving piece has been personally signed by two veterans in action on Battleship Row that morning:
- Chief Petty Officer Clarence E. Lux
- Chief Boatsman Edward Wise
- Framed Prints
- 31 x 26 inches
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