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Capodimonte Museum, Naples

Capodimonte Museum, Naples

The Royal Capodimonte Palace in Naples now houses the National Gallery of Naples with the splendid Farnese art collection.
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Pearl Harbor VII (Overlay), December 10, 1941

Pearl Harbor VII (Overlay), December 10, 1941

Vertical aerial photograph of the Ford Island Naval Air Station's seaplane base on 10 December 1941, three days after the Japanese air raid. One hangar has suffered major damage, with about a third of its roof destroyed. Among the planes in the area are about seventeen PBY patrol planes, many with ailerons and flaps missing.
USS Curtiss (AV-4) is docked at right.
Part of the Pearl...
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Pearl Harbor X (Overlay), December 10, 1941

Pearl Harbor X (Overlay), December 10, 1941

Vertical aerial view of the Pearl Harbor Navy Yard on 10 December 1941, showing damage from the Japanese raid three days earlier.

In upper center is the floating drydock YFD-2, with the destroyer Shaw (DD-373), whose bow was blown off, floating at an angle at one end.

The torpedoed cruiser Helena (CL-50) is in Drydock Number Two, in center, for repairs. She was the fir...
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Aerial Photograph of Pearl Harbor, 17 January 1941

Aerial Photograph of Pearl Harbor, 17 January 1941

From: Honolulu (Okuda)
To: Tokyo (Gaimudaijin)
16 January, 1941
(J17 K6)
#011 (2 parts, complete)
Re my #008*.

1. The capital ships returned to Pearl Harbor immediately. The Pennsylvania arrived on the 14th.

2. The number of vessels seen in the harbor on the morning of the 16th was as follows: 5 battleships (Mississippi, New Mex...
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Chart of Pearl Harbor (Overlay)

Chart of Pearl Harbor (Overlay)

December 7, 1941 - Chart showing battleship moorings and positions of ships in the Pearl Harbor Navy Yard drydocks, the direction of the initial Japanese torpedo plane attack, and the direction of movement of USS Nevada (BB-36) and USS Vestal (AR-4).
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Pearl Harbor IX (Overlay), December 10, 1941

Pearl Harbor IX (Overlay), December 10, 1941

Vertical aerial view of "Battleship Row", beside Ford Island, on 10 December 1941, three days after the Japanese raid.
Ships seen are (from left to right): USS Arizona, burned out and sunk, with oil streaming from her bunkers; USS Tennessee with USS West Virginia sunk alongside; and USS Maryland with USS Oklahoma capsized alongside.
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U.S.S. Arizona anchor

U.S.S. Arizona anchor

In Wesley Bolin Plaza in downtown Phoenix, you can view one of the anchors of the USS Arizona and one of her two masts. The mast and 16,000 pound anchor were salvaged from the Arizona after she was sunk by the Japanese in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii on Dec. 7, 1941. The Arizona's other anchor is currently displayed at the Pearl Harbor museum in Hawaii.
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Pearl Harbor VIII (Overlay), December 10, 1941

Pearl Harbor VIII (Overlay), December 10, 1941

Aerial view of "Battleship Row" moorings on the southern side of Ford Island, 10 December 1941, showing damage from the Japanese raid three days earlier.

In upper left is the sunken USS California (BB-44), with smaller vessels clustered around her.

Diagonally, from left center to lower right are:

USS Maryland (BB-46), lightly damaged, with the capsized USS...
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Pearl Harbor III (Overlay) - November 10, 1941

Pearl Harbor III (Overlay) - November 10, 1941

Vertical aerial photograph of Ford Island, taken 10 November 1941, with five battleships tied up along "Battleship Row" at the top of the image. USS Lexington (CV-2), a seaplane tender and a light cruiser are moored on the island's other (northwestern) side.
Approximately 21 PBY patrol planes are parked at the Naval Air Station's seaplane base, in the upper right.
The bright diago...
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Rotterdam Harbor

Rotterdam Harbor

For decades this use to be the largest Harbor in the world and is only recently replaced by Singapore Harbor. This site contains hundreds of ships.
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Brindisi in June 1941

Brindisi in June 1941

There is a battleship of the Littorio-class in the harbor of Brindisi.
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Capri, Italy

Capri, Italy

Sadly this area is low resolution. Added some pictures to make the file more lively. Capri:
pronunciation Cápri, usual English pronunciation Caprí) is an Italian island off the Sorrentine Peninsula. On the south side of the Gulf of Naples, it has been a celebrated beauty spot and resort since the time of the Roman Republic. The features are a litany of postcard views: the Marina Piccol...
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