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Japanese aircraft carrier Zuikaku in movie - 瑞鶴 (空母) - Wikipedia

Japanese aircraft carrier Zuikaku in movie - 瑞鶴 (空母) - Wikipedia

U.S. Navy planes from the aircraft carrier USS Essex (CV-9) attack two Japanese aircraft carriers at Kure, Japan, on 19 March 1945. A SB2C is visible in the upper rights. The ship at bottom is either Amagi or Katsuragi. The other carrier is Kaiyo.

Carrier Raids on Japan, March 1945 USS Essex planes attack two Japanese aircraft carriers at Kure, 19 March An Helldiver scout bomber is visible in the upper right, painted in Essex.

IJN aircraft carrier "Jyunyo" island structure tower! 470×629ピクセル

IJN aircraft carrier "Jyunyo" island structure tower! 470×629ピクセル

ファイル:Japanese aircraft carrier Kaiyō.jpg 海鷹(かいよう)

Carrier Kaiyo off Tokuyama, Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan immediately before she entered naval service as an escort carrier, 15 Nov 1943

空母隼鷹 Aircraft carrier Junyo

空母隼鷹 Aircraft carrier Junyo

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Japanese aircraft carrier "Hiryu", under heavy attack during the Battle of Midway

aircraft carrier Zuikaku: a view from a Aichi D3A1 Val dive bomber showing the aircraft carrier Zuikaku during military exercises (september 1944)

IJN: Aircraft carrier Zuikaku, a view from a Aichi Val dive bomber showing the aircraft carrier Zuikaku during military exercise, September

Japanese aircraft carrier Ryūjō (龍驤 "prancing dragon") was a light aircraft carrier built for the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) during the early 1930s (when this photo was taken). Ryūjō next participated in the Battle of the Aleutian Islands in June. She was sunk by American carrier aircraft at the Battle of the Eastern Solomons on 24 August 1942.

Japanese aircraft carrier Ryūjō (龍驤 "prancing dragon") was a light aircraft…

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