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Emperor Bao Dai with his entourage, Hue, Annam, French Indochina, 1920s or 1930sJapanese Navy Vice Admiral Jisaburo Ozawa, Commander-in-Chief of the Southern Expeditionary Fleet, Saigon, French Indochina, 16 Nov 1941
Emperor Bao Dai with his entourage, Hue, Annam, French Indochina, 1920s or 1930sJapanese Navy Vice Admiral Jisaburo Ozawa, Commander-in-Chief of the Southern Expeditionary Fleet, Saigon, French Indochina, 16 Nov 1941
Jean Decoux reviewing troops in French Indochina, date unknownB-24 Liberators of the 425th Bomb Squadron destroying the Dai Giang Railroad Bridge in French Indo-China (now Vietnam), Sep 8 1944.
Jean Decoux reviewing troops in French Indochina, date unknownB-24 Liberators of the 425th Bomb Squadron destroying the Dai Giang Railroad Bridge in French Indo-China (now Vietnam), Sep 8 1944.
A Japanese freighter beached on the coast of French Indochina (Vietnam) north of Qui Nhon after its convoy was attacked by 175 United States Navy carrier planes, Jan 12, 1945.Aerial photograph of Japanese merchant ships burning furiously off Cape Padaran, French Indochina (Vietnam), Jan 12, 1945
A Japanese freighter beached on the coast of French Indochina (Vietnam) north of Qui Nhon after its convoy was attacked by 175 United States Navy carrier planes, Jan 12, 1945.Aerial photograph of Japanese merchant ships burning furiously off Cape Padaran, French Indochina (Vietnam), Jan 12, 1945
Aerial torpedo from United States carrier aircraft hits the stern of Japanese cruiser Kashii off the coast of French Indochina (Vietnam) north of Qui Nhon, Jan 12, 1945. Photo 2 of 9Four TBM Avengers of Torpedo Squadron 4 flying from the USS Essex on their way to strike targets along the coast of French Indochina (now Vietnam), 12 Jan 1945.
Aerial torpedo from United States carrier aircraft hits the stern of Japanese cruiser Kashii off the coast of French Indochina (Vietnam) north of Qui Nhon, Jan 12, 1945. Photo 2 of 9Four TBM Avengers of Torpedo Squadron 4 flying from the USS Essex on their way to strike targets along the coast of French Indochina (now Vietnam), 12 Jan 1945.
Japanese 4,500 ton cargo ship exploding under a bombing attack from US carrier aircraft south of Cam Ranh Bay, French Indochina (Vietnam), 12 Jan 1945.Japanese cruiser Kashii settling by the stern after being hit by an aerial torpedo from United States carrier aircraft off the coast of French Indochina (Vietnam) north of Qui Nhon, Jan 12, 1945. Photo 3 of 9
Japanese 4,500 ton cargo ship exploding under a bombing attack from US carrier aircraft south of Cam Ranh Bay, French Indochina (Vietnam), 12 Jan 1945.Japanese cruiser Kashii settling by the stern after being hit by an aerial torpedo from United States carrier aircraft off the coast of French Indochina (Vietnam) north of Qui Nhon, Jan 12, 1945. Photo 3 of 9
Japanese cruiser Kashii sinking by the stern after being attacked by United States carrier aircraft off the coast of French Indochina (Vietnam) north of Qui Nhon, Jan 12, 1945. Photo 4 of 9Japanese cruiser Kashii sinking by the stern after being attacked by United States carrier aircraft off the coast of French Indochina (Vietnam) north of Qui Nhon, Jan 12, 1945. Photo 5 of 9
Japanese cruiser Kashii sinking by the stern after being attacked by United States carrier aircraft off the coast of French Indochina (Vietnam) north of Qui Nhon, Jan 12, 1945. Photo 4 of 9Japanese cruiser Kashii sinking by the stern after being attacked by United States carrier aircraft off the coast of French Indochina (Vietnam) north of Qui Nhon, Jan 12, 1945. Photo 5 of 9
Japanese cruiser Kashii sinking by the stern after being attacked by United States carrier aircraft off the coast of French Indochina (Vietnam) north of Qui Nhon, Jan 12, 1945. Photo 6 of 9Japanese cruiser Kashii sinking with only the bow showing after being attacked by United States carrier aircraft off the coast of French Indochina (Vietnam) north of Qui Nhon, Jan 12, 1945. Photo 7 of 9
Japanese cruiser Kashii sinking by the stern after being attacked by United States carrier aircraft off the coast of French Indochina (Vietnam) north of Qui Nhon, Jan 12, 1945. Photo 6 of 9Japanese cruiser Kashii sinking with only the bow showing after being attacked by United States carrier aircraft off the coast of French Indochina (Vietnam) north of Qui Nhon, Jan 12, 1945. Photo 7 of 9
Japanese cruiser Kashii sinking with only the bow showing after being attacked by United States carrier aircraft off the coast of French Indochina (Vietnam) north of Qui Nhon, Jan 12, 1945. Photo 8 of 9Japanese cruiser Kashii under attack from United States carrier aircraft off the coast of French Indochina (Vietnam) north of Qui Nhon, Jan 12, 1945. Photo 1 of 9
Japanese cruiser Kashii sinking with only the bow showing after being attacked by United States carrier aircraft off the coast of French Indochina (Vietnam) north of Qui Nhon, Jan 12, 1945. Photo 8 of 9Japanese cruiser Kashii under attack from United States carrier aircraft off the coast of French Indochina (Vietnam) north of Qui Nhon, Jan 12, 1945. Photo 1 of 9
Japanese freighters Shoei Maru beached and burning and Takebe Maru damaged and trailing oil on the coast of French Indochina (Vietnam) north of Qui Nhon after being attacked by 175 USN carrier planes, 12 Jan 1945.Japanese freighters Shoei Maru beached and burning and Takebe Maru damaged and trailing oil on the coast of French Indochina (Vietnam) north of Qui Nhon after being attacked by 175 USN carrier planes, 12 Jan 1945.
Japanese freighters Shoei Maru beached and burning and Takebe Maru damaged and trailing oil on the coast of French Indochina (Vietnam) north of Qui Nhon after being attacked by 175 USN carrier planes, 12 Jan 1945.Japanese freighters Shoei Maru beached and burning and Takebe Maru damaged and trailing oil on the coast of French Indochina (Vietnam) north of Qui Nhon after being attacked by 175 USN carrier planes, 12 Jan 1945.
Japanese shipping burning furiously after attacks from US carrier aircraft off the coast of French Indochina (Vietnam), 12 Jan 1945.Japanese shipping burning furiously after attacks from US carrier aircraft off the coast of French Indochina (Vietnam), 12 Jan 1945.
Japanese shipping burning furiously after attacks from US carrier aircraft off the coast of French Indochina (Vietnam), 12 Jan 1945.Japanese shipping burning furiously after attacks from US carrier aircraft off the coast of French Indochina (Vietnam), 12 Jan 1945.

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