The Bismarck in Battle. This photo is the most well known of the battleship Bismarck and one of the most famous of World War II as well. It was taken from the Prinz Eugen sometime between 0607 and 0609 hours on 24 May 1941. By then the Hood had already been sunk and the Bismarck hit on her bows. The after turrets "Cдsar" and "Dora" are firing against the Prince of Wales in one of the last salvoes of the battle.
[Free] U.S.S. New Orleans after being hit by a torpedo 1942 (My Grandpas ship)
A Japanese freighter in Truk Atoll is hit by a torpedo dropped from a VT-10 Avenger, 17 February 1944. Including the ground-breaking night attack of 16-17 February, Enterprise CV-6's Torpedo Ten accounted for one third of the total shipping destroyed by the Task Force 58 attack on Truk Atoll
Japan plans to register WWII kamikaze pilots’ letters as UNESCO World Heritage - http://www.warhistoryonline.com/war-articles/japan-plans-register-wwii-kamikaze-pilots-letters-unesco-world-heritage.html