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Carrier Ryujo in Yokosuka Naval Arsenal, Japan, 20 Mar 1933; note 12.7cm anti-aircraft gunsYamashiro undergoing reconstruction, Yokosuka, Japan, 20 Oct 1934
Carrier Ryujo in Yokosuka Naval Arsenal, Japan, 20 Mar 1933; note 12.7cm anti-aircraft gunsYamashiro undergoing reconstruction, Yokosuka, Japan, 20 Oct 1934
Battleship Haruna off Yokosuka, Japan, 1935Yamashiro moored off Yokosuka, Japan, 27 Jan 1935
Battleship Haruna off Yokosuka, Japan, 1935Yamashiro moored off Yokosuka, Japan, 27 Jan 1935
Battleship Mutsu during reconstruction, Yokosuka, Japan, May 1936The chief shipbuilders of carrier Shokaku posing with the hull of the ship two days prior to launching, Yokosuka, Japan, 30 May 1939
Battleship Mutsu during reconstruction, Yokosuka, Japan, May 1936The chief shipbuilders of carrier Shokaku posing with the hull of the ship two days prior to launching, Yokosuka, Japan, 30 May 1939
Launching of Shokaku from the second construction slip of Yokosuka Naval Arsenal, Japan, 1430 hours on 1 Jun 1939Aerial view of the naval base at Yokosuka, Japan, 18 Apr 1942, photo 1 of 2; photo taken by one of the Doolittle raiders
Launching of Shokaku from the second construction slip of Yokosuka Naval Arsenal, Japan, 1430 hours on 1 Jun 1939Aerial view of the naval base at Yokosuka, Japan, 18 Apr 1942, photo 1 of 2; photo taken by one of the Doolittle raiders
Aerial view of the naval base at Yokosuka, Japan, 18 Apr 1942, photo 2 of 2; photo taken by one of the Doolittle raidersPrototype J2M3 Raiden 21 fighter aircraft at rest, Yokosuka, Japan, circa 1940s
Aerial view of the naval base at Yokosuka, Japan, 18 Apr 1942, photo 2 of 2; photo taken by one of the Doolittle raidersPrototype J2M3 Raiden 21 fighter aircraft at rest, Yokosuka, Japan, circa 1940s
Emperor Showa (Hirohito; front center) with Japanese Navy officers aboard Musashi, off Yokosuka, Japan, 24 Jun 1943; Musashi was carrying the remains of Isoroku YamamotoFood transport ship Irako at Yokosuka, Japan, 3 Mar 1944
Emperor Showa (Hirohito; front center) with Japanese Navy officers aboard Musashi, off Yokosuka, Japan, 24 Jun 1943; Musashi was carrying the remains of Isoroku YamamotoFood transport ship Irako at Yokosuka, Japan, 3 Mar 1944
D4Y2-S prototype aircraft, Yokosuka Navy Air Corps Oppama Base, Japan, summer 1944Carrier Unryu off Yokosuka, Japan, 16 Jul 1944
D4Y2-S prototype aircraft, Yokosuka Navy Air Corps Oppama Base, Japan, summer 1944Carrier Unryu off Yokosuka, Japan, 16 Jul 1944
Japanese pilots Warrant Officer Yuzaburo Toguchi and Ensign Matsuo Hagiri at Yokosuka Airfield, Japan, 1945; note N1K Shiden-kai and A6M aircraftJapanese photographer T. Iwamoto attaching film of surrender of Yokosuka Navy Base to a pigeon for transport to Domeo News Agency in Tokyo, Japan, Aug 1945
Japanese pilots Warrant Officer Yuzaburo Toguchi and Ensign Matsuo Hagiri at Yokosuka Airfield, Japan, 1945; note N1K Shiden-kai and A6M aircraftJapanese photographer T. Iwamoto attaching film of surrender of Yokosuka Navy Base to a pigeon for transport to Domeo News Agency in Tokyo, Japan, Aug 1945
I-401 alongside of USS Proteus, Yokosuka, Japan, 29 Aug 1945I-401 and I-14 alongside of USS Proteus (far left), Yokosuka, Japan, 29 Aug 1945
I-401 alongside of USS Proteus, Yokosuka, Japan, 29 Aug 1945I-401 and I-14 alongside of USS Proteus (far left), Yokosuka, Japan, 29 Aug 1945
US flag raising at Yokosuka Navy Base, Japan, 29 Aug 1945USS Proteus, I-400, I-401, and I-14, Yokosuka, Japan, 29 Aug 1945
US flag raising at Yokosuka Navy Base, Japan, 29 Aug 1945USS Proteus, I-400, I-401, and I-14, Yokosuka, Japan, 29 Aug 1945

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