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A Kairyu-class submarine partially submerged, circa Oct-Dec 1945; copied from the US Naval Technical Mission to Japan Report S-01-7, Jan 1946, pg 124, fig 134A Kairyu-class submarine partially submerged, circa Oct-Dec 1945; copied from the US Naval Technical Mission to Japan Report S-01-7, Jan 1946, pg 129, fig 144
A Kairyu-class submarine partially submerged, circa Oct-Dec 1945; copied from the US Naval Technical Mission to Japan Report S-01-7, Jan 1946, pg 124, fig 134A Kairyu-class submarine partially submerged, circa Oct-Dec 1945; copied from the US Naval Technical Mission to Japan Report S-01-7, Jan 1946, pg 129, fig 144
Control room of a Koryu type submarine, looking forward, Oct-Dec 1945, copied from the U.S. Naval Technical Mission to Japan Report S-01-7, Jan 1946, pg 117, fig 126; photo 2 of 3Control room of a Koryu type submarine, looking forward, Oct-Dec 1945, copied from the U.S. Naval Technical Mission to Japan Report S-01-7, Jan 1946, pg 117, fig 127; photo 3 of 3
Control room of a Koryu type submarine, looking forward, Oct-Dec 1945, copied from the U.S. Naval Technical Mission to Japan Report S-01-7, Jan 1946, pg 117, fig 126; photo 2 of 3Control room of a Koryu type submarine, looking forward, Oct-Dec 1945, copied from the U.S. Naval Technical Mission to Japan Report S-01-7, Jan 1946, pg 117, fig 127; photo 3 of 3
Control room of a Koryu type submarine, looking forward, Oct-Dec 1945, copied from the U.S. Naval Technical Mission to Japan Report S-01-7, Jan 1946, pg 136, fig 155; photo 1 of 3Engine room of a Koryu type submarine, looking aft, Oct-Dec 1945, copied from the U.S. Naval Technical Mission to Japan Report S-01-7, Jan 1946, pg 120, fig 131
Control room of a Koryu type submarine, looking forward, Oct-Dec 1945, copied from the U.S. Naval Technical Mission to Japan Report S-01-7, Jan 1946, pg 136, fig 155; photo 1 of 3Engine room of a Koryu type submarine, looking aft, Oct-Dec 1945, copied from the U.S. Naval Technical Mission to Japan Report S-01-7, Jan 1946, pg 120, fig 131
Engine room of a Koryu type submarine, looking forward, Oct-Dec 1945, copied from the U.S. Naval Technical Mission to Japan Report S-01-7, Jan 1946, pg 119, fig 130Kairyu-class submarine at a Japanese port, circa Oct-Dec 1945; copied from the US Naval Technical Mission to Japan Report S-01-7, Jan 1946, pg 130, fig 145
Engine room of a Koryu type submarine, looking forward, Oct-Dec 1945, copied from the U.S. Naval Technical Mission to Japan Report S-01-7, Jan 1946, pg 119, fig 130Kairyu-class submarine at a Japanese port, circa Oct-Dec 1945; copied from the US Naval Technical Mission to Japan Report S-01-7, Jan 1946, pg 130, fig 145
Kairyu-class submarine at a Japanese port, circa Oct-Dec 1945; copied from the US Naval Technical Mission to Japan Report S-01-7, Jan 1946, pg 134, fig 153Sketch inboard profile plans of Kaiten Type 1 and Type 2 submarines, 1945
Kairyu-class submarine at a Japanese port, circa Oct-Dec 1945; copied from the US Naval Technical Mission to Japan Report S-01-7, Jan 1946, pg 134, fig 153Sketch inboard profile plans of Kaiten Type 1 and Type 2 submarines, 1945
Sketch inboard profile plans of Kaiten Type 4 and Type 10 submarines, 1945The 6-cyl diesel engine of a Koryu type submarine, looking aft, Oct-Dec 1945, copied from the U.S. Naval Technical Mission to Japan Report S-01-7, Jan 1946, pg 118, fig 128
Sketch inboard profile plans of Kaiten Type 4 and Type 10 submarines, 1945The 6-cyl diesel engine of a Koryu type submarine, looking aft, Oct-Dec 1945, copied from the U.S. Naval Technical Mission to Japan Report S-01-7, Jan 1946, pg 118, fig 128
Torpedo room of a Koryu type submarine, looking forward, Oct-Dec 1945, copied from the U.S. Naval Technical Mission to Japan Report S-01-7, Jan 1946, pg 139, fig 158View inside the tail section of a Kairyu-class submarine, looking aft, circa Oct-Dec 1945; copied from the US Naval Technical Mission to Japan Report S-01-7, Jan 1946, pg 133, fig 151
Torpedo room of a Koryu type submarine, looking forward, Oct-Dec 1945, copied from the U.S. Naval Technical Mission to Japan Report S-01-7, Jan 1946, pg 139, fig 158View inside the tail section of a Kairyu-class submarine, looking aft, circa Oct-Dec 1945; copied from the US Naval Technical Mission to Japan Report S-01-7, Jan 1946, pg 133, fig 151
Koryu-class submarines, along with at least three other classes, at Kure Naval Arsenal, Japan, 19 Oct 1945, photo 1 of 2Koryu-class submarines, along with at least three other classes, at Kure Naval Arsenal, Japan, 19 Oct 1945, photo 2 of 2
Koryu-class submarines, along with at least three other classes, at Kure Naval Arsenal, Japan, 19 Oct 1945, photo 1 of 2Koryu-class submarines, along with at least three other classes, at Kure Naval Arsenal, Japan, 19 Oct 1945, photo 2 of 2
Post-war American photo of Japanese Koryu Type-D midget submarine mid-bodies in a production facility at Kure, Japan, 19 Oct 1945.Koryu submarines in a partially flooded drydock at Kure Naval Arsenal, Japan, Feb 1946
Post-war American photo of Japanese Koryu Type-D midget submarine mid-bodies in a production facility at Kure, Japan, 19 Oct 1945.Koryu submarines in a partially flooded drydock at Kure Naval Arsenal, Japan, Feb 1946
Demolished Japanese Koryu-class midget submarines among other debris at the shipyard in Kure, Japan, 14 Mar 1947A Kairyu-class submarine in cutaway form at Yokosuka Naval Base, being examined by Fire Controlman 2nd Class Charles L. Carroll and another American sailor, 11 May 1951
Demolished Japanese Koryu-class midget submarines among other debris at the shipyard in Kure, Japan, 14 Mar 1947A Kairyu-class submarine in cutaway form at Yokosuka Naval Base, being examined by Fire Controlman 2nd Class Charles L. Carroll and another American sailor, 11 May 1951

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