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BV 222 Wiking aircraft V2 hanging from a crane while undergoing repair at Piraeus, Greece, 16 Dec 1941. Note the high dome of the Church of St. Nicholas in the background.Japanese troops marching in Hong Kong, mid-Dec 1941
BV 222 Wiking aircraft V2 hanging from a crane while undergoing repair at Piraeus, Greece, 16 Dec 1941. Note the high dome of the Church of St. Nicholas in the background.Japanese troops marching in Hong Kong, mid-Dec 1941
SOC-3A Seagull floatplane of US Navy Scouting Squadron 201 (VS-201) parked on the deck of escort carrier Long Island, 16 Dec 1941, photo 1 of 3SOC-3A Seagull floatplane of US Navy Scouting Squadron 201 (VS-201) parked on the deck of escort carrier Long Island, 16 Dec 1941, photo 2 of 3
SOC-3A Seagull floatplane of US Navy Scouting Squadron 201 (VS-201) parked on the deck of escort carrier Long Island, 16 Dec 1941, photo 1 of 3SOC-3A Seagull floatplane of US Navy Scouting Squadron 201 (VS-201) parked on the deck of escort carrier Long Island, 16 Dec 1941, photo 2 of 3
SOC-3A Seagull floatplane of US Navy Scouting Squadron 201 (VS-201) parked on the deck of escort carrier Long Island, 16 Dec 1941, photo 3 of 3The capsized minelayer USS Oglala still tied to the dock after being sunk in the Japanese air attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, mid-Dec 1941 photo. Note the checkerboard paint scheme of the harbor ferry Nihoa.
SOC-3A Seagull floatplane of US Navy Scouting Squadron 201 (VS-201) parked on the deck of escort carrier Long Island, 16 Dec 1941, photo 3 of 3The capsized minelayer USS Oglala still tied to the dock after being sunk in the Japanese air attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, mid-Dec 1941 photo. Note the checkerboard paint scheme of the harbor ferry Nihoa.


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