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Kaba-class destroyers with all hands on the rails to welcome Crown Prince Hirohito, Takao harbor, Taiwan, Apr 1923Crown Prince Hirohito at Takao No. 1 Extraordinary Elementary School (now Gushen Elementary School), Takao (now Kaohsiung), Taiwan, 21 Apr 1923
Kaba-class destroyers with all hands on the rails to welcome Crown Prince Hirohito, Takao harbor, Taiwan, Apr 1923Crown Prince Hirohito at Takao No. 1 Extraordinary Elementary School (now Gushen Elementary School), Takao (now Kaohsiung), Taiwan, 21 Apr 1923
Crown Prince Hirohito at Takao Prefecture Hall, Taiwan, 21 Apr 1923Crown Prince Hirohito at the port of Takao, Taiwan, 21 Apr 1923, photo 1 of 2
Crown Prince Hirohito at Takao Prefecture Hall, Taiwan, 21 Apr 1923Crown Prince Hirohito at the port of Takao, Taiwan, 21 Apr 1923, photo 1 of 2
Crown Prince Hirohito at the port of Takao, Taiwan, 21 Apr 1923, photo 2 of 2Crown Prince Hirohito in Takao (Kaohsiung), Taiwan, 21 Apr 1923
Crown Prince Hirohito at the port of Takao, Taiwan, 21 Apr 1923, photo 2 of 2Crown Prince Hirohito in Takao (Kaohsiung), Taiwan, 21 Apr 1923
Crown Prince Hirohito in Takao, Taiwan, 21 Apr 1923Crown Prince Hirohito visiting Takao (now Kaohsiung), Taiwan, 21 Apr 1923
Crown Prince Hirohito in Takao, Taiwan, 21 Apr 1923Crown Prince Hirohito visiting Takao (now Kaohsiung), Taiwan, 21 Apr 1923
Residence of Crown Prince Hirohito during his visit to Takao, Taiwan, 21 Apr 1923Battleship Kongo at Takao (Kaohsiung), Taiwan during Crown Prince Hirohito
Residence of Crown Prince Hirohito during his visit to Takao, Taiwan, 21 Apr 1923Battleship Kongo at Takao (Kaohsiung), Taiwan during Crown Prince Hirohito's visit, 23 Apr 1923
Japanese Navy honor guard for Crown Prince Hirohito, Takao harbor, Taiwan, 23 Apr 1923Light railway of the sugar industry at Takao (now Kaohsiung), Taiwan, circa 1920s
Japanese Navy honor guard for Crown Prince Hirohito, Takao harbor, Taiwan, 23 Apr 1923Light railway of the sugar industry at Takao (now Kaohsiung), Taiwan, circa 1920s
View of Japanese shipping from the Takao Shrine, Takao (now Kaohsiung), Taiwan, 1930Photo taken at or near the planned Reigaryo Airfield site, Takao, Taiwan, 1933, photo 1 of 5
View of Japanese shipping from the Takao Shrine, Takao (now Kaohsiung), Taiwan, 1930Photo taken at or near the planned Reigaryo Airfield site, Takao, Taiwan, 1933, photo 1 of 5
Photo taken at or near the planned Reigaryo Airfield site, Takao, Taiwan, 1933, photo 2 of 5Photo taken at or near the planned Reigaryo Airfield site, Takao, Taiwan, 1933, photo 3 of 5
Photo taken at or near the planned Reigaryo Airfield site, Takao, Taiwan, 1933, photo 2 of 5Photo taken at or near the planned Reigaryo Airfield site, Takao, Taiwan, 1933, photo 3 of 5
Photo taken at or near the planned Reigaryo Airfield site, Takao, Taiwan, 1933, photo 4 of 5Photo taken at or near the planned Reigaryo Airfield site, Takao, Taiwan, 1933, photo 5 of 5
Photo taken at or near the planned Reigaryo Airfield site, Takao, Taiwan, 1933, photo 4 of 5Photo taken at or near the planned Reigaryo Airfield site, Takao, Taiwan, 1933, photo 5 of 5
The main train station at Takao (now Kaohsiung), Taiwan, 28 Apr 1941USAAF reconnaissance photograph of Nippon Aluminium Company facilities on the coast of Takao Harbor on the site of the former Reigaryo Airfield, southern Taiwan, Nov 1943
The main train station at Takao (now Kaohsiung), Taiwan, 28 Apr 1941USAAF reconnaissance photograph of Nippon Aluminium Company facilities on the coast of Takao Harbor on the site of the former Reigaryo Airfield, southern Taiwan, Nov 1943

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