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Looking back from an aircraft which had just taken off from carrier Ryujo, 1941-1942

Caption   Looking back from an aircraft which had just taken off from carrier Ryujo, 1941-1942 ww2dbase
Source    ww2dbaseJapanese Navy
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Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 18 May 2013

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Licensing  Public Domain. According to the article 23 of old copyright law of Japan and article 2 of supplemental provision of copyright law of Japan, photographs taken prior to 1946 or published prior to 31 Dec 1956 are now in the public domain.




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Visitor Submitted Comments

1. Tommy says:
17 Feb 2014 06:33:04 AM

Supposedly the Ryujo was sunk Aug 24,1942. The USS Wahoo said she saw Ryujo with her 4 masts up on Oct 5,1942 headed NW. Hiyo and Junyo had left Japan on Oct 4,1942. How can we figure out what Wahoo saw. Also TROMs state that Hiyo and Junyo were escorted by DDs Isoname & Izanuma but don't say that they travelled together.
2. Rob Stuart says:
21 Apr 2014 05:36:01 AM

Ryujo was definitely sunk on 24 August 1942. See http://www.combinedfleet.com/ryujo.htm.

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