LEGO WWII Display: Battle of Pearl Harbor (Watch)

On December 7, 1941, in an unprecedented and unprovoked act of aggression, the Empire of Japan launched a full-scale assault on American soil. Their target was the US naval base at Pearl Harbour, and the attack came without any warning.

There was no formal declaration of war and no prior signal that hostilities were about to break out. On a morning when America still believed that it was at peace, it was attacked by more than 400 Japanese aircraft, backed up by numerous ships and submarines.

Many people have many different ways of commemorating this event, and it is a gigantic day in the history of the 20th century. In this video, we will see some people who remember Pearl Harbor in a Unique Way.

Joshua Hanlon speaks with Matthew Greene, the builder of a beautiful LEGO World War II Pearl Harbor display. The display includes a Japanese carrier that launches warplanes and moves chronologically from there in a stunning display in four parts.

Brickmania has become known for offering high-quality building kits made from genuine LEGO brand parts but in subjects falling outside the company’s official product line at the time of their release. These include medieval and renaissance castles, age of pirates and colonization, and military models from World War I, World War II, and modern warfare.


Joris Nieuwint

Joris Nieuwint is a battlefield guide for the Operation Market Garden area. His primary focus is on the Allied operations from September 17th, 1944 onwards. Having lived in the Market Garden area for 25 years, he has been studying the events for nearly as long. He has a deep understanding of the history and a passion for sharing the stories of the men who are no longer with us.