The Huffington Post has online photographs depicting the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, which was a two-hour assault occurring on December 7, 1941. The Boston Globe's online photographs begin with an aerial view of the beginning of the Japanese attack that left 2,400 dead and more than 1,000 wounded.
Hawaii Aviation provides online pictorial records that depict and explain the historical significance of aviators who defended Pearl Harbor during the sneak attack by the Japanese. The History Reader displays online photographs of the Japanese military preparing for the attack. A photograph taken from a Japanese plane depicts a torpedo attack on the USS West Virginia and USS Oklahoma.