Japanese Airplanes at WWII Pearl Harbor Bombing Pictures, Photos,
Aviation Art Prints, and Famous Plane Posters.
Japanese Airplanes at Pearl Harbor,
Aviation Art Prints, Pictures, Photos, and Posters. These are the
Japanese airplanes that made the Attack on Pearl Harbor. Take a look a the
Japanese Propaganda Art Exhibit at the bottom of this page.
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Pearl Harbor Day was the Day
of Infamy. Here are the Japanese Airplanes that Made this Terrible Attack on
Pear Harbor in WWII.
The Japanese Airplanes took us by total surprise in Pearl Harbor. We
were not prepared for this surprise attack from the Japanese. The Jap Zero
was the most famous of all of the Japanese planes that attacked Pearl Harbor and
it is shown here in these pictures. Look at what we were up against when
the Japanese Attacked. The Japanese airplanes were faster, more
maneuverable, and could out climb the American airplanes, but the American
airplanes could out dive and stand tremendous amounts of bullet hits. The
Japanese wanted to die for their country, we won the war because the Americans
wanted to live for our country. People first, that's why America was built
on the ideas of For the People, Of the People and By the People.
0007897 Pearl Harbor 0755... While the Giant
Art Print Dru Blair. Lt. Commander Kakuichi
Takahashi rolls his Aichi D3A1 Type 99 "Val" dive-bomber, lining it up with
Hangar 6 on the southern tip of Ford Island to initiate the Pearl Harbor
attack… and change America forever. 30"x 24" limited edition print is signed
and numbered by the artist and includes a legend map for easy identification
of numerous landmarks.
0070174 Sub Base Pearl Harbor
Naval Art Print
Tom Freeman. Though U.S. battleships were the main target of the December 7,
1941, Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, it was the USS Tautog, a submarine, that
was the first to bring down an enemy aircraft. 24"x 19" limited edition print is
signed and numbered by the artist.
Japanese Aircraft that Attack Pearl Harbor
0091136 Aichi D3A1
"Val" 1/102 Die Cast Model Pre
Built Diecast Model. an Aichi dive bomber
that flew from the Imperial Japanese Navy carrier Soryu
during the December 7, 1941, attack on Pearl Harbor, this
1/102 scale die cast model features textured surfaces, a
clear cockpit canopy, a 250kg bomb under the fuselage, a
rotating propeller, authentic markings, and more. 5"
wingspan; includes a display stand.
0090696 Aichi D3A1
Type 99 1/48 Kit Plastic
Model Airplane Kit. The Aichi was a carrier-borne bomber
responsible for bombing the first targets at Pearl Harbor.
Known as the Val to the Allies, the D3A1 had a tapered
elliptical wing for aerodynamic efficiency. Plastic kit
features detailed surfaces, a realistic cowl with Kinsei 44
radial engine and rotating propeller. Includes choice of
markings and 119 pieces. 11" wingspan; assembly required.
B5N2 Type 97 "Kate" 1/48 Kit Plastic
Model Airplane Kit. a B5N2 Type 97, Model 3
Kate employed in the December 7, 1941, Japanese attack on
Pearl Harbor, this 1/48 scale Hasegawa plastic kit is one of
the finest on the market! You get recessed panel lines; a
fully outfitted three-seat cockpit with a clear canopy; a
full armament package, including a rear defense machine gun
and an 800kg AP bomb; intricate landing gear; a choice of
markings, including the commander's aircraft from the
carrier Akagi's first attack wave and an aircraft from the
Soryu's first wave; and more. 8" long with a 12" wingspan;
110 parts, assembly required.
0021108 Beyond Pearl
Book The Untold Stories of Japan's Naval
Werneth. Through rare photographs, firsthand accounts from
Japanese pilots, and official Japanese and Allied records,
this book presents the story of the air war in the Pacific
as told by surviving Imperial Japanese Naval aviators who
flew at Pearl Harbor, Midway, Guadalcanal and Iwo Jima. 256
pages, 150+ B&W photographs and illustrations, 8"x 11",
Book Lead Pilot at Pearl Harbor
Prange, Goldstein & Dillon. "A window on the Japanese psyche
and the experience of WWII." - Stars & Stripes. This
biography presents the fascinating story of Mitsuo Fuchida,
the Japanese naval aviator who led the attack on Pearl
Harbor and participated in many of the fiercest Pacific
Theater battles, from his World War II exploits through his
post-war life as a simple farmer, his conversion to
Christianity, and his years touring the world as an
evangelist. 368 pages, 27 B&W photographs and 2 maps, 5"x
These two books
seem to Contradict each other on who was the first to lead the attacks on Pearl
Harbor. Can anyone tell me who the true leader of the Attacks on Pearl
Harbor Was. Was it Lt. Cmdr. Takashige
Egusa or Mitsuo Fuchida,
C. Jeff Dyrek, Webmaster.
0019137 Fist from
the Sky Softbound
Japan's Dive-Bomber Ace of WWII
Smith. Fully placed in historical context and backed by a
wealth of detail from archives, family records, photographs,
and memories of contemporaries, this is the story of Lt.
Cmdr. Takashige Egusa, the "God of Dive-Bombing" who led an
attack force against Pearl Harbor, assaulted the gun
batteries of Wake Island, and was badly burned at Midway
before meeting his demise in 1944. 192 pages, 70 B&W
photographs, 6"x 9", softcover.
Book Japan's Squadron of Aces 343
Sakaida & Takaki. Formed in 1944 and commanded by Captain
Genda, a mastermind behind Pearl Harbor, the 343 Kokutai was
an elite unit of pilots chosen to fly Japan's most advanced
fighter, the Shiden-Kai (George) in the air battles over
Japan in 1945. Drawn from interviews with these pilots and
their American counterparts, this is a dramatic and personal
history. 208 pages, 280 B&W and 6 color photographs, 10
color profiles, 9"x 12", hardcover.
0036054 The Fujita
Book Japanese Attacks on the United
States and Australia during the Second World War
Felton. After its staggering success at Pearl Harbor, Japan
plotted to maintain the initiative and spread fear among the
populations of the United States and Australia. Now, this
book brings those little-known plans to light, presenting
some - such as the midget submarine attack on Sydney Harbor
and the daring seaplane air raids on Oregon - that were put
into effect along with others that never made it beyond the
planning stage. 224 pages, 16 pages of B&W photographs, 6"x
9 ", hardcover.
Japanese Pearl Harbor Aviation Art
0008526 Aichi D3A1 "Val"
Aviation Art Print Tony Weddel. The Aichi Type 99 (codenamed "Val" by
the Allies), a front-line Japanese dive-bomber, was piloted by dive-bomber
crews, which were among the best in the world. Their proficiency in
dive-bombing techniques gave them a fantastic "direct hit rate" of 82
percent effectiveness during naval action in the Indian Ocean. This painting
portrays a Val from the Japanese carrier Soryu as its pilot lines up on a
target at Pearl Harbor. 19"x 23" print.
0007159 Awakening the Giant
C.S. Bailey. Japanese Zeros from the Imperial
Japanese Navy's flagship carrier Akagi proceed to the opening strike at
Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941. 26"x 20" limited edition print is signed and
numbered by the artist.
0007271 Battleship Row
Art Print, Naval Art Print
Stan Stokes. Depicts the December 7, 1941 attack at
Pearl Harbor. A Japanese "Kate" from the Akagi launches a Kai Model 2 torpedo at
the USS West Virginia during the attack. 16"x 11" limited edition print is
signed and numbered by the artist.
0072050 Ground Zero
Don Kloetzke. The A6M2 Zero piloted by Lt. Yasushi
Nikaido during the second wave of attacks on Pearl Harbor flies past the
burning wreckage of the USS Arizona. 24"x 18" limited edition print is
signed and numbered by the artist.
0071824 Haleiwa Scramble - Taylor
Dan Zoernig. Flying a P-40B Tomahawk of the 47th
Fighter Squadron stationed at Haleiwa Field, 2nd Lt. Kenneth M. Taylor downs
an Aichi D3A1 "Val" dive bomber en route to the Marine base at Ewa Field
during Japan's December 7, 1941, attack on Pearl Harbor. Taylor and his
squadron mate, 2nd Lt. George Welch, made two flights over Hawaii that day
and were the first officially decorated U.S. heroes of World War II. Limited
edition 13"x 19" print is signed and numbered by the artist.
Japanese Ships at Pearl Harbor
Aircraft Carrier 1/700 Kit Plastic
Model Ship Kit
the Imperial Japanese
Navy aircraft carrier Shokaku (flying crane), lead ship of
her class and participant in the attack on Pearl Harbor and
in the Battle of the Coral Sea, this 1/700 scale plastic
waterline kit features complete flight deck detail, a fleet
of aircraft, authentic markings, and more. 14" long;
Japanese Navy Aircraft Carriers 1921-45 Softbound
Stille. The Imperial Japanese Navy
was a pioneer in naval aviation, having commissioned the
world's first built-from-the-keel-up carrier, the Hosho. In
this book, you'll learn about its tremendously effective
naval aviation force and how it perfected the design and
construction of carriers throughout the 1920s and 1930s; the
development and operation of those carriers; their
performance at Pearl Harbor and at the first carrier versus
carrier battle at Midway; and more. 48 pages, 45 B&W
photographs, 8 pages of color illustrations, 7"x 9",
0005891 Yamamoto Softbound
The Man Who Planned the Attack on Pearl Harbor.
Hoyt. An exhaustively researched biography of the Japanese Naval genius and
war hero Isoroku Yamamoto, "the Architect of the Pacific War." Drawing on a
wealth of sources, the author demonstrates both his flair for dramatic
battle accounts and his penetrating eye for personal and political
motivation. It's a thorough and engaging portrait of the dauntless admiral
that provides a revealing new view of WWII. 304 pgs., 6"x 9", sfbd.
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