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USS West Virginia (BB-48) and USS Tennessee (BB-43) after Pearl Harbor Raid

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Small craft standing by West Virginia (BB-48) as burning oil drifts past the sunken battleship, shortly after the end of the Japanese air raid. USS Tennessee (BB-43) is moored on West Virginia‘s starboard side. Both ships are shrouded in smoke from the burning USS Arizona (BB-39), out of view to the right. The censor has blotted out a sailor who is being rescued by the craft in the center. Note the radar antenna atop the leftmost mast of USS West Virginia.
Image Filename wwii1368.jpg
Image Size 2.30 MB
Image Dimensions 2964 x 2344
Photographer Unknown
Photographer Title
Caption Author Jason McDonald
Date Photographed December 07, 1941
Location Battleship Row, Off Ford Island
City Pearl Harbor
State or Province Hawaii
Country United States of America
Archive National Archives and Records Administration
Record Number NLR-PHOCO-A-74781255
Status Caption ©2009, ©2024 MFA Productions LLC
Image in the Public Domain

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