Century Concepts USS Arizona Day of Infamy Photograph

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USS Arizona Day of Infamy Photograph is signed by Arizona attack survivor Glenn Lane!

A tribute to all the brave men who gave their all on the day that lives on in infamy. Sunk by the Japanese in Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, the Arizona is now a national memorial that marks the site where WWII began for the United States.

One of the few who survived the Day, Radioman Third Class Glenn Lane was blown off the Arizona's burning deck and dog-paddled through the oily water of Battleship Row and climbed aboard the Nevada, which was hit by the second wave of fighter planes.

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  • Black-and-white photograph is hand-signed by Lane... certificate of authenticity included
  • Expertly matted and framed in wood under glass
  • Frames size: 11 x 14", photo size: 8 x 10"

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