A diorama of Battleship Row Pearl Harbor, 0755 hours, 7 December 1941 (RARE!)

A diorama of Battleship Row Pearl Harbor, 0755 hours, 7 December 1941 (RARE!)
A diorama of Battleship Row Pearl Harbor, 0755 hours, 7 December 1941 (RARE!)
A diorama of Battleship Row Pearl Harbor, 0755 hours, 7 December 1941 (RARE!)
A diorama of Battleship Row Pearl Harbor, 0755 hours, 7 December 1941 (RARE!)
A diorama of Battleship Row Pearl Harbor, 0755 hours, 7 December 1941 (RARE!)
A diorama of Battleship Row Pearl Harbor, 0755 hours, 7 December 1941 (RARE!)
A diorama of Battleship Row Pearl Harbor, 0755 hours, 7 December 1941 (RARE!)
A diorama of Battleship Row Pearl Harbor, 0755 hours, 7 December 1941 (RARE!)
A diorama of Battleship Row Pearl Harbor, 0755 hours, 7 December 1941 (RARE!)
A diorama of Battleship Row Pearl Harbor, 0755 hours, 7 December 1941 (RARE!)
A diorama of Battleship Row Pearl Harbor, 0755 hours, 7 December 1941 (RARE!)
A diorama of Battleship Row Pearl Harbor, 0755 hours, 7 December 1941 (RARE!)

A diorama of Battleship Row Pearl Harbor, 0755 hours, 7 December 1941 (RARE!)
THIS IS A (RARE diorama OF NAVAL HISTORY) i found several Pictures and Writing About a Piece That is exacly like this One and in My Opinion (This Maybe The Same One) i now Have In My Possession! To avoid Any Disapointments or Confusion! I TRULY BELIEVE I HAVE A ONE OF A KIND PIECE (BUT IF YOU ARE OUT THERE AND NO WHAT I HAVE) PLEASE FEEL FREE TO BURST MY BUBBLE! And educate me on this Great Collectors Piece! A diorama of Battleship Row Pearl Harbor, 0755 hours, 7 December 1941 RARE! Using GHQ 1:2400 (1=200); Models about 3L. Maryland, Tennessee, Arizona, Nevada, Oklahoma, West Virginia and USS Vestal Also includes CALIFORNIA & NEOSHO USS Maryland: She is most notable for her service in World War II. She was present on Battleship Row during the Attack on Pearl Harbor, and was lightly damaged by Japanese bombs. Returning to duty in 1942, she saw service in the Pacific War, first supporting the rest of the fleet at the Battle of Midway, and then patrolling the Fiji Islands to guard against Japanese incursion. USS Tennessee: She was damaged during the attack on Pearl Harbor in December 1941 but was repaired and modernized. She participated in shore bombardments at the Aleutian Islands, Tarawa, the Marshall Islands, the Marianas, the Philippines, Iwo Jima, Okinawa among others. She was also involved in the Battle of Surigao Strait, the final battleship vs. Battleship conflict in world naval history. USS Arizona: During the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on 7 December 1941, Arizona was bombed. After a bomb detonated in a powder magazine, the battleship exploded violently and sank, with the loss of 1,177 officers and crewmen. USS Nevada: In World War II, it was one of the battleships trapped when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. USS Oklahoma: On 7 December 1941, Oklahoma was sunk by several torpedoes during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. West Virginia: In 1940 she was transferred to Pearl Harbor to guard against potential Japanese attack, and was sunk by six torpedoes and two bombs during the attack on Pearl Harbor. USS Vestal: The Vestal served in both World Wars. She was damaged during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor and received two battle stars for her World War II service. USS CALIFORNIA: She was sunk in the attack on Pearl Harbor at her moorings in Battleship Row, but was salvaged and reconstructed. She served again for the remainder of World War II before being decommissioned in 1947. USS NEOSHO: The U. Neosho, with a full load of fuel, arrived at Pearl Harbor on Saturday, December 6, 1941, its sixth round-trip since July. After entering the harbor, it docked at Hickam Air Field, where it pumped a half-million gallons of aviation fuel into the storage tanks there. Late that evening, the Neosho cast off and headed for the dock at Ford Island, passing the destroyers U. Helm, two ships that would figure prominently in the Neosho’s fate six months later during the Battle of the Coral Sea. After passing the battleship U. Arizona, the Neosho tied up at the Ford Island dock on “Battleship Row, ” nestled securely between the battleships U. Almost immediately, the Neosho began transferring another half-million gallons of aviation fuel to the large fuel tanks on Ford Island. By 7:55 the next morning, it had just about finished. That’s when, all hell broke loose. Note the modeler has scratched built canvas sun covers that the battleships had on that date. The item “A diorama of Battleship Row Pearl Harbor, 0755 hours, 7 December 1941 (RARE!)” is in sale since Wednesday, April 25, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Transportation\Boats & Ships\Military\Models”. The seller is “team_r.t.d_cellphone_parts” and is located in Seattle, Washington. This item can be shipped to United States, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, Ukraine, United arab emirates, Qatar, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Panama, Jamaica.
A diorama of Battleship Row Pearl Harbor, 0755 hours, 7 December 1941 (RARE!)

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