The scream of 200 Japanese aircraft shatters a quiet Sunday morning at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Amidst the bombs and the killing, US servicemen scramble desperately to fight back. The surprise attack aims to smash the US fleet so that Japan can conquer a vast Pacific empire. The plan backfires, however. Pearl Harbor unites a divided America, and the nation vows to defeat the Axis powers and liberate those suffering under their rule.
Through iconic photographs, Infamy: December 7, 1941 illustrates the attack on Pearl Harbor and examines the moments that led the United States into World War II. It was a day of tragedy, sacrifice and heroism that united a nation; it was a day that lives in Infamy.
Available for Booking
Exhibition not available for booking after June 2022
- 6-week booking period
- Rental fee of $800 per week plus shipping
Lone Star Flight Museum
November 5, 2021 to January 2, 2022
Historic City Hall Arts & Cultural Center
Lake Charles, LA
March 25, 2022 to May 20, 2022
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The National WWII Museum
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