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Dive bombing on Shokaku by dive bombers from Yorktown, 8 May 1942Explosion aboard USS Lexington, 8 May 1942, photo 1 of 2; note USS Hammann nearby; seen from cruiser USS Minneapolis
Dive bombing on Shokaku by dive bombers from Yorktown, 8 May 1942Explosion aboard USS Lexington, 8 May 1942, photo 1 of 2; note USS Hammann nearby; seen from cruiser USS Minneapolis
Explosion aboard USS Lexington, 8 May 1942, photo 2 of 2; note USS Hammann nearby; seen from cruiser USS MinneapolisExplosion amidships aboard USS Lexington, 1727 on 8 May 1942, photo 1 of 3
Explosion aboard USS Lexington, 8 May 1942, photo 2 of 2; note USS Hammann nearby; seen from cruiser USS MinneapolisExplosion amidships aboard USS Lexington, 1727 on 8 May 1942, photo 1 of 3
Explosion amidships aboard USS Lexington, 1727 on 8 May 1942, photo 2 of 3Explosion amidships aboard USS Lexington, 1727 on 8 May 1942, photo 3 of 3
Explosion amidships aboard USS Lexington, 1727 on 8 May 1942, photo 2 of 3Explosion amidships aboard USS Lexington, 1727 on 8 May 1942, photo 3 of 3
Japanese aircraft flew over an American destroyer, Battle of Coral Sea, 8 May 1942Lexington afire and down at the bow but still steaming and operating aircraft, shortly after she was hit by Japanese torpedoes and bombs during the Battle of Coral Sea, about noon on 8 May 1942
Japanese aircraft flew over an American destroyer, Battle of Coral Sea, 8 May 1942Lexington afire and down at the bow but still steaming and operating aircraft, shortly after she was hit by Japanese torpedoes and bombs during the Battle of Coral Sea, about noon on 8 May 1942
Lexington burning after the abandon ship order had already been given, 8 May 1942Lexington during Battle of Coral Sea as seen from Yorktown, early morning of 8 May 1942
Lexington burning after the abandon ship order had already been given, 8 May 1942Lexington during Battle of Coral Sea as seen from Yorktown, early morning of 8 May 1942
Lexington hit and burning, during the later part of the Japanese air attack on 8 May 1942Lexington spotting aircraft during Battle of Coral Sea, early morning of 8 May 1942
Lexington hit and burning, during the later part of the Japanese air attack on 8 May 1942Lexington spotting aircraft during Battle of Coral Sea, early morning of 8 May 1942
Lexington under attack during Battle of Coral Sea, photographed by a Japanese pilot, 8 May 1942; destroyer Phelps at bottom of photoLexington under dive bomber attack during Battle of Coral Sea, shortly before noon on 8 May 1942
Lexington under attack during Battle of Coral Sea, photographed by a Japanese pilot, 8 May 1942; destroyer Phelps at bottom of photoLexington under dive bomber attack during Battle of Coral Sea, shortly before noon on 8 May 1942
Lexington underway as seen from Yorktown, whose flight deck edge and aircraft can be seen at bottom of photo, Battle of Coral Sea, 8 May 1942Lexington underway, Battle of Coral Sea, morning of 8 May 1942
Lexington underway as seen from Yorktown, whose flight deck edge and aircraft can be seen at bottom of photo, Battle of Coral Sea, 8 May 1942Lexington underway, Battle of Coral Sea, morning of 8 May 1942
LexingtonMembers of the Mochida family awaiting evacuation bus to internment camp, California, United States, 8 May 1942
Lexington's crew prepared to abandon ship, about 1700 on 8 May 1942Members of the Mochida family awaiting evacuation bus to internment camp, California, United States, 8 May 1942
Men of 451st Battery, 1st Mountain Artillery Regiment, Royal Artillery exercising with 3.7-inch howitzers in Trawsfynydd, Wales, United Kingdom, 8 May 1942; note weather gearMushroom cloud rose above USS Lexington after an explosion, 8 May 1942; carrier Yorktown on horizon and destroyer Hammann to the left of photograph
Men of 451st Battery, 1st Mountain Artillery Regiment, Royal Artillery exercising with 3.7-inch howitzers in Trawsfynydd, Wales, United Kingdom, 8 May 1942; note weather gearMushroom cloud rose above USS Lexington after an explosion, 8 May 1942; carrier Yorktown on horizon and destroyer Hammann to the left of photograph

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