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The chief shipbuilders of carrier Shokaku posing with the hull of the ship two days prior to launching, Yokosuka, Japan, 30 May 1939Launching of Shokaku from the second construction slip of Yokosuka Naval Arsenal, Japan, 1430 hours on 1 Jun 1939
The chief shipbuilders of carrier Shokaku posing with the hull of the ship two days prior to launching, Yokosuka, Japan, 30 May 1939Launching of Shokaku from the second construction slip of Yokosuka Naval Arsenal, Japan, 1430 hours on 1 Jun 1939
Carrier Shokaku at Yokosuka, Japan, 23 Aug 1941, photo 1 of 2Carrier Shokaku at Yokosuka, Japan, 23 Aug 1941, photo 2 of 2
Carrier Shokaku at Yokosuka, Japan, 23 Aug 1941, photo 1 of 2Carrier Shokaku at Yokosuka, Japan, 23 Aug 1941, photo 2 of 2
Group photo of the flight officers of Shokaku, 6 Dec 1941A6m and D3A aircraft prepared to launch from Shokaku to attack Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 7 Dec 1941, photo 1 of 3
Group photo of the flight officers of Shokaku, 6 Dec 1941A6m and D3A aircraft prepared to launch from Shokaku to attack Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 7 Dec 1941, photo 1 of 3
Aircraft prepared to launch from Shokaku to attack Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 7 Dec 1941, photo 2 of 3Aircraft prepared to launch from Shokaku to attack Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 7 Dec 1941, photo 3 of 3
Aircraft prepared to launch from Shokaku to attack Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 7 Dec 1941, photo 2 of 3Aircraft prepared to launch from Shokaku to attack Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 7 Dec 1941, photo 3 of 3
B5N torpedo bomber taking off from Shokaku to attack Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 7 Dec 1941B5N torpedo bomber took off from Shokaku to attack Pearl Harbor, 7 Dec 1941
B5N torpedo bomber taking off from Shokaku to attack Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 7 Dec 1941B5N torpedo bomber took off from Shokaku to attack Pearl Harbor, 7 Dec 1941
Commanding officer of the carrier Shokaku, Takatsugu Jōjima, watched as aircraft took off to attack Pearl Harbor, 7 Dec 1941A6M Zero fighter taking off from a carrier, possibly Shokaku, 1941-1943
Commanding officer of the carrier Shokaku, Takatsugu Jōjima, watched as aircraft took off to attack Pearl Harbor, 7 Dec 1941A6M Zero fighter taking off from a carrier, possibly Shokaku, 1941-1943
View of an anti-aircraft gun aboard Japanese carrier Shokaku, date unknown; the carrier in background was likely ZuikakuAircraft carrier Akagi shortly after leaving Port Stirling, Celebes for the Indian Ocean, 26 Mar 1942; note B5N torpedo bombers on flight deck
View of an anti-aircraft gun aboard Japanese carrier Shokaku, date unknown; the carrier in background was likely ZuikakuAircraft carrier Akagi shortly after leaving Port Stirling, Celebes for the Indian Ocean, 26 Mar 1942; note B5N torpedo bombers on flight deck
Bombing attack on Japanese carrier Shokaku, Battle of the Coral Sea, 8 May 1942, photo 1 of 2Bombing attack on Japanese carrier Shokaku, Battle of the Coral Sea, 8 May 1942, photo 2 of 2
Bombing attack on Japanese carrier Shokaku, Battle of the Coral Sea, 8 May 1942, photo 1 of 2Bombing attack on Japanese carrier Shokaku, Battle of the Coral Sea, 8 May 1942, photo 2 of 2
Dive bombing on Shokaku by dive bombers from Yorktown, 8 May 1942Shokaku steered the right as near misses splashed to starboard side, Battle of Coral Sea, 8 May 1942
Dive bombing on Shokaku by dive bombers from Yorktown, 8 May 1942Shokaku steered the right as near misses splashed to starboard side, Battle of Coral Sea, 8 May 1942
Shokaku under attack as seen by a TBD-1 airman, 8 May 1942Shokaku under attack at Coral Sea, 8 May 1942
Shokaku under attack as seen by a TBD-1 airman, 8 May 1942Shokaku under attack at Coral Sea, 8 May 1942

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