|Caption||Pearl Harbour. When Japanese planes attacked Pearl Harbour and destroyed the American fleet at anchor there, William Mitchell, the one man who had predicted the use of aircraft for this purpose, was not alive to help his country. Original artwork for illustration on p5 of Look and Learn issue no 566 (18 November 1972).|
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|Keywords||Pearl Harbour fleet ships USA US navy bombing bombs World War II Second World War black and white action William Mitchell|
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