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Civilian Building Burns in Honolulu

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A civilian building in Honolulu burns after shelling by United States Navy anti-aircraft guns. Shells hit at Iholena and Judd Streets, Nuuanu Avenue, Fort Street, Kineau Street, McCully and King Streets, Kukui Streetand Kamanaki Street. One Japanese bomb hit a civilian area in Honolulu, probably in error. Strafing deaths were at Ewa Plantation, Pearl City, Waipahu, Red Hill, Pier 31 in Honolulu Harbor, Wahiawa, Dowsett Addition, and John Rodgers Field, a civilian airport.
Image Filename wwii1371.jpg
Image Size 798.26 KB
Image Dimensions 1500 x 970
Photographer Unknown
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Caption Author Jason McDonald
Date Photographed December 07, 1941
City Honolulu
State or Province Hawaii
Country United States of America
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