Amazing photographs of Pearl Harbor - 1941 and 2013

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  1. Mushroom

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    I just found this article, but it is amazing.

    Mass Communication Specialist Diana Quinlan made the following amazing photographs, where she took photographs at the exact same location of a photo taken on 7 December 1941, and combined the 1941 shot with a shot from the same location in 2013. Absolutely stunning.

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    Absolutely stunning.

    All Hands Online : Official Magazine of the U.S. Navy

    There is also a video presentation with the same photographs:

    [video=youtube;ElGxN2yGiZ8]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ElGxN2yGiZ8[/video]
     
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    Thanks for sharing, I agree absolutely stunnig stuff
     
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    Remains of 7 Pearl Harbor 'Unknowns' Identified...
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    Military Identifies Remains of 7 Pearl Harbor 'Unknowns'
    Nov 10, 2015 | The remains of seven crew members missing since the USS Oklahoma capsized in the 1941 Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor have been identified, the military said Monday.
     
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    America remembers attack on Pearl Harbor...
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    US Remembers Pearl Harbor Attack on December 7
    December 07, 2015 - Monday is the 74th anniversary of the Japanese attack on the U.S. Navy base at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii.
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    Attack on Pearl Harbor Remembered
    Dec 07, 2015 | At five minutes to eight o'clock, on a Sunday morning, Dec. 7, 1941, in Hawaii, Japanese planes attacked the United States military base at Pearl Harbor. An hour later, a second wave of Japanese planes continued the attack. By 9:45 a.m. (local Hawaii time), the attack was finished, with all but 29 Japanese planes returning to the safety of their aircraft carriers.
     

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