It was exactly 70 years ago today, on December 7, 1941, when Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor changed America - and the world - forever. Now, newly discovered photos and silent video reveal yet another first-hand look into the infamous day.

Navy war photographer Clyde Daughtry captured the images and also wrote of his experiences in his diary. For decades, however, the memorabilia was left

in a Florida storage shed before WWII historian John Bolenger recovered it.

Take a look at the amazing footage:

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