Pacific Conflict

12th November 1942: Pillars of smoke and flame mark the end of three Japanese torpedo bombers, shot down by anti-aircraft fire from US warships off Guadalcanal. A United States destroyer, whose guns helped beat off the Japanese attacks, can be seen at the right of the burning planes. (The photograph was made from another Navy ship.) (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
12th November 1942: Pillars of smoke and flame mark the end of three Japanese torpedo bombers, shot down by anti-aircraft fire from US warships off Guadalcanal. A United States destroyer, whose guns helped beat off the Japanese attacks, can be seen at the right of the burning planes. (The photograph was made from another Navy ship.) (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
Pacific Conflict
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Credit:
Hulton Archive / Stringer
Editorial #:
3293987
Collection:
Hulton Archive
Date created:
12 November, 1942
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Source:
Hulton Archive
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HE9076
Object name:
toni23/first/sww/ita1/04531
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