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ShokakuView of damage done to boat deck area aboard Shokaku, result of the second bomb hit received during Battle of the Coral Sea, Kure, Japan, between 17 May and 27 Jun 1942, photo 1 of 2
Shokaku's damaged flight deck as the result of bomb hits during Battle of the Coral Sea, Kure, Japan, between 17 May and 27 Jun 1942View of damage done to boat deck area aboard Shokaku, result of the second bomb hit received during Battle of the Coral Sea, Kure, Japan, between 17 May and 27 Jun 1942, photo 1 of 2
View of damage done to boat deck area aboard Shokaku, result of the second bomb hit received during Battle of the Coral Sea, Kure, Japan, between 17 May and 27 Jun 1942, photo 2 of 2View of damaged anchor chains of Shokaku, cut by the first bomb hit received at the Battle of the Coral Sea, Kure, Japan, between 17 May and 27 Jun 1942
View of damage done to boat deck area aboard Shokaku, result of the second bomb hit received during Battle of the Coral Sea, Kure, Japan, between 17 May and 27 Jun 1942, photo 2 of 2View of damaged anchor chains of Shokaku, cut by the first bomb hit received at the Battle of the Coral Sea, Kure, Japan, between 17 May and 27 Jun 1942
View of repair crew inspecting the dislodged forward elevator aboard Shokaku, damaged by the first bomb hit received at the Battle of the Coral Sea, Kure, Japan, between 17 May and 27 Jun 1942Osami Nagano, Hideki Tojo, Wang Jingwei, and others in Tokyo, Japan, Dec 1942
View of repair crew inspecting the dislodged forward elevator aboard Shokaku, damaged by the first bomb hit received at the Battle of the Coral Sea, Kure, Japan, between 17 May and 27 Jun 1942Osami Nagano, Hideki Tojo, Wang Jingwei, and others in Tokyo, Japan, Dec 1942
DC-5 transport  originally with Dutch airlines KLM but captured by the Japanese is shown in Japan for testing, Tachikawa Air Field, circa 1943US Marine Captain J. R. Hester (back row, 4th from left) and other American prisoners of war, Hokkaido, Japan, circa 1943
DC-5 transport originally with Dutch airlines KLM but captured by the Japanese is shown in Japan for testing, Tachikawa Air Field, circa 1943US Marine Captain J. R. Hester (back row, 4th from left) and other American prisoners of war, Hokkaido, Japan, circa 1943
Japanese Mogami-class cruiser Suzuya on her trials in Toyama Bay, Japan, 8 Feb 1943.Light cruiser Oyodo at Kure Naval Arsenal, Japan, circa 28 Feb 1943; note the 45m large catapult at stern which was later removed during conversion
Japanese Mogami-class cruiser Suzuya on her trials in Toyama Bay, Japan, 8 Feb 1943.Light cruiser Oyodo at Kure Naval Arsenal, Japan, circa 28 Feb 1943; note the 45m large catapult at stern which was later removed during conversion
Female munitions factory workers, Kokura, Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan, Apr 1943Nachi, Heian Maru, and Teiyo Maru at Paramushiru, Kurile Islands, May 1943
Female munitions factory workers, Kokura, Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan, Apr 1943Nachi, Heian Maru, and Teiyo Maru at Paramushiru, Kurile Islands, May 1943
Ise running full power trial, 24 Aug 1943Hyuga running sea trials, Nov 1943
Ise running full power trial, 24 Aug 1943Hyuga running sea trials, Nov 1943
Attendees of the Greater East Asia Conference entering the Imperial Palace, Tokyo, Japan, 5 Nov 1943Attendees of the Greater East Asia Conference, Tokyo, Japan, 5 Nov 1943, photo 2 of 4; left to right: Ba Maw, Zhang Jinghui, Wang Jingwei, Hideki Tojo, Wan Waithayakon, José Laurel, Subhas Chandra Bose
Attendees of the Greater East Asia Conference entering the Imperial Palace, Tokyo, Japan, 5 Nov 1943Attendees of the Greater East Asia Conference, Tokyo, Japan, 5 Nov 1943, photo 2 of 4; left to right: Ba Maw, Zhang Jinghui, Wang Jingwei, Hideki Tojo, Wan Waithayakon, José Laurel, Subhas Chandra Bose
Attendees of the Greater East Asia Conference, Tokyo, Japan, 5 Nov 1943, photo 4 of 4; left to right: Ba Maw, Zhang Jinghui, Wang Jingwei, Hideki Tojo, Wan Waithayakon, José Laurel, Subhas Chandra BoseBa Maw and the Burmese delegation arriving for Greater East Asia Conference, Tokyo, Japan, 5 Nov 1943
Attendees of the Greater East Asia Conference, Tokyo, Japan, 5 Nov 1943, photo 4 of 4; left to right: Ba Maw, Zhang Jinghui, Wang Jingwei, Hideki Tojo, Wan Waithayakon, José Laurel, Subhas Chandra BoseBa Maw and the Burmese delegation arriving for Greater East Asia Conference, Tokyo, Japan, 5 Nov 1943
Ba Maw speaking at the Greater East Asia Conference, Tokyo, Japan, 5 Nov 1943Hideki Tojo (first from left), Mamoru Shigemitsu (third from left) and other Japanese representatives awaiting the arrival of attendees of Greater East Asia Conference, Tokyo, Japan, 5 Nov 1943
Ba Maw speaking at the Greater East Asia Conference, Tokyo, Japan, 5 Nov 1943Hideki Tojo (first from left), Mamoru Shigemitsu (third from left) and other Japanese representatives awaiting the arrival of attendees of Greater East Asia Conference, Tokyo, Japan, 5 Nov 1943

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