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SekiSt Lo exploded after hit by bomb or special attack, possibly of Seki, 25 Oct 1944
Seki's special attack squadron took off among cheers, 25 Oct 1944St Lo exploded after hit by bomb or special attack, possibly of Seki, 25 Oct 1944
Starboard view of large cruiser Guam, Philadelphia Naval Yard, Pennsylvania, United States, 25 Oct 1944Tail section of a D4Y Suisei ‘Judy’ dive bomber that landed on the flight deck of Escort Carrier USS Kitkun Bay after being exploded in flight by intense anti-aircraft fire during the Battle off Samar, 25 Oct 1944
Starboard view of large cruiser Guam, Philadelphia Naval Yard, Pennsylvania, United States, 25 Oct 1944Tail section of a D4Y Suisei ‘Judy’ dive bomber that landed on the flight deck of Escort Carrier USS Kitkun Bay after being exploded in flight by intense anti-aircraft fire during the Battle off Samar, 25 Oct 1944
USS Hancock being refueled, Pacific Ocean, 25 Oct 1944USS Kitkun Bay prepared to launch FM-2 Wildcat fighters during Battle off Samar, 25 Oct 1944; note shell splashes in background
USS Hancock being refueled, Pacific Ocean, 25 Oct 1944USS Kitkun Bay prepared to launch FM-2 Wildcat fighters during Battle off Samar, 25 Oct 1944; note shell splashes in background
Vice Admiral Jisaburo Ozawa transferring his flag from damaged carrier Zuikaku to light cruiser Oyodo, at 1100 hours on 25 Oct 1944Wrecked Soviet T-34 tank at Nemmersdorf, East Prussia, Germany, late Oct 1944, photo 1 of 3
Vice Admiral Jisaburo Ozawa transferring his flag from damaged carrier Zuikaku to light cruiser Oyodo, at 1100 hours on 25 Oct 1944Wrecked Soviet T-34 tank at Nemmersdorf, East Prussia, Germany, late Oct 1944, photo 1 of 3
Wrecked Soviet T-34 tank at Nemmersdorf, East Prussia, Germany, late Oct 1944, photo 2 of 3Wrecked Soviet T-34 tank at Nemmersdorf, East Prussia, Germany, late Oct 1944, photo 3 of 3
Wrecked Soviet T-34 tank at Nemmersdorf, East Prussia, Germany, late Oct 1944, photo 2 of 3Wrecked Soviet T-34 tank at Nemmersdorf, East Prussia, Germany, late Oct 1944, photo 3 of 3
Wrecked Soviet T-34-85 tank at the outskirts of Nemmersdorf, East Prussia, Germany, late Oct 1944, photo 1 of 3Wrecked Soviet T-34-85 tank at the outskirts of Nemmersdorf, East Prussia, Germany, late Oct 1944, photo 2 of 3
Wrecked Soviet T-34-85 tank at the outskirts of Nemmersdorf, East Prussia, Germany, late Oct 1944, photo 1 of 3Wrecked Soviet T-34-85 tank at the outskirts of Nemmersdorf, East Prussia, Germany, late Oct 1944, photo 2 of 3
Wrecked Soviet T-34-85 tank at the outskirts of Nemmersdorf, East Prussia, Germany, late Oct 1944, photo 3 of 3Yamato during the Battle off Samar, 25 Oct 1944
Wrecked Soviet T-34-85 tank at the outskirts of Nemmersdorf, East Prussia, Germany, late Oct 1944, photo 3 of 3Yamato during the Battle off Samar, 25 Oct 1944
Yamato in action off Samar, 25 Oct 1944Yamato in action off Samar, Philippine Islands, 25 Oct 1944; photo taken by aircraft of escort carrier USS Kadashan Bay
Yamato in action off Samar, 25 Oct 1944Yamato in action off Samar, Philippine Islands, 25 Oct 1944; photo taken by aircraft of escort carrier USS Kadashan Bay
Zuikaku and an Akizuki-class DD underway during Battle off Engano, 25 Oct 1944Zuikaku and Zuiho under attack during Battle of Cape Engano, 25 Oct 1944
Zuikaku and an Akizuki-class DD underway during Battle off Engano, 25 Oct 1944Zuikaku and Zuiho under attack during Battle of Cape Engano, 25 Oct 1944
Zuikaku at 1400 hrs 25 Oct 1944, listing but underwayZuikaku dead in the water, 25 Oct 1944; BB Ise at right of photo
Zuikaku at 1400 hrs 25 Oct 1944, listing but underwayZuikaku dead in the water, 25 Oct 1944; BB Ise at right of photo

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