Pearl Harbor Day

December 7, 1941 – 2022

December 7, 2022, is also known as Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day. I visited Pearl Harbor over a decade ago, and I often post a few images on or around this day.

Here are a few images (some previously posted here, as well as a few new ones) from Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.

Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Photo by Alina Oswald.
The USS Arizona Memorial. Pearl Harbor, HI. ©Alina Oswald.
The Mighty MO and Arizona Memorial. Pearl Harbor, HI. ©Alina Oswald.
The Arizona Memorial and Honolulu/Pearl Harbor, HI, as seen from Mighty MO. ©Alina Oswald.
The Arizona Memorial. Pearl Harbor, HI. ©Alina Oswald.
The American flag seen from inside the Arizona Memorial. ©Alina Oswald.
Inside the Arizona Memorial. ©Alina Oswald.
Leaving the Arizona Memorial. ©Alina Oswald.
The spot where the Japanese surrendered on September 2, 1945, on board of USS Missoury, aka the MightyMO. ©Alina Oswald.
Pearl Harbor watch tower. Ford Island control tower. ©Alina Oswald.
Visiting the Arizona memorial. In the background, the Mighty MO.
USS Arizona Memorial in b&w. ©Alina Oswald.

As always, thanks for stopping by!

Alina Oswald

2 Comments

  1. A black day in the history…. when I see these images, I recognise some scenery I saw in the movie The Battle of Pearl Harbour. Impressive memorial for all those soldiers that died on the 7th of december. Great respect !

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    1. Thank you so, so much for your touching words. I did see a movie about Pearl Harbor, too…maybe it’s the same one. Pearl Harbor/Pearl City is about a one-hour trip, by bus, from Honolulu. There’s a boat that takes tourists to/from the actual memorial. The memorial, itself, is very peaceful, and…airy. The memorial is perpendicular to the remains of the ship, which lie just below the water’s surface. If you look closely, you can catch a glimpse of it.

      And, yes, I would love to visit again, but who knows….

      Thank you again, very much!

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