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An old Kodak Brownie in a sailor's footlocker provides new pictures of Pearl Harbor Attack 68 years later.

A friend of mine that lives in middle America just put together a page using pictures that were recently developed from an old Kodak Brownie camera that had been in a sailor's footlocker all these years. The quality of the photos speak for themselves. Using modern developing processes not use in the 1940's has made these probably the best pictures from the attack on Pearl Harbor that has ever been produced.
There is some stats added along with these pictures to make this the best webpage that I've ever seen about the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7,1941 in Honolulu,Hawaii.
On a personal note,if you look at the photos carefully,there is one photo of a clock on the dash of a jeep and another two photos shows Japanese planes still attacking. The quality is just amazing.
Let me know how you liked this page. Link is located below. You may need to copy and paste it into your address bar to view. Semper Fi-Todd Wilson

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Comment by Al Lieberman on September 29, 2009 at 11:31am
Incredible pictures. Thanks for sharing this article and piece of history.

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