Day of Infamy by Anthony Saunders features a P-40 engaging Japanese fighters during the attack on Pearl Harbor.
On the morning of Sunday 7 December 1941 the Japanese launched their infamous attack on Pearl Harbor. Surprise was complete; within a few terrifying minutes, bombs and torpedoes had damaged or destroyed much of the US Pacific Fleet peacefully at anchor, and almost all of the fighters on the ground. But as an Aichi D-3A bomber targets the battleship California, a lone P-40 has managed to get airborne in the chaos to engage the enemy.
Day of Infamy by Anthony Saunders is signed by two veterans, both of whom were in action on Battleship Row that fateful morning aboard the USS Tennessee, sister ship of the California:
Chief Petty Officer CLARENCE E. LUX USN
Chief Boatsman EDWARD WISE USN.
26.5 x 19.5 inches overall including borders.
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