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MusashiView of Musashi from her bow, circa 1942
Musashi's conning tower and main turret, date unknownView of Musashi from her bow, circa 1942
View of MusashiMusashi and her crew on forward deck, Jun 1942
View of Musashi's fantail from her funnel, 1942Musashi and her crew on forward deck, Jun 1942
Battleship MusashiBattleships Musashi (foreground) and Yamato (background) at Truk, Caroline Islands, May 1943
Battleship Musashi's superstructure during its trials between Tokuyama and Kure, Japan, Jun-Jul 1942Battleships Musashi (foreground) and Yamato (background) at Truk, Caroline Islands, May 1943
The ashes of Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto arriving at Kisarazu, Japan aboard battleship Musashi, 23 May 1943Emperor Showa (Hirohito; front center) and Nagano (front, 6th from Left) aboard the Musashi, 24 Jun 1943
The ashes of Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto arriving at Kisarazu, Japan aboard battleship Musashi, 23 May 1943Emperor Showa (Hirohito; front center) and Nagano (front, 6th from Left) aboard the Musashi, 24 Jun 1943
Musashi, Yamato, a cruiser, and Nagato at Brunei, Borneo, Oct 1944Musashi, Yamato, a cruiser, and Nagato at Brunei, Borneo, Oct 1944; cropped photograph
Musashi, Yamato, a cruiser, and Nagato at Brunei, Borneo, Oct 1944Musashi, Yamato, a cruiser, and Nagato at Brunei, Borneo, Oct 1944; cropped photograph
Japanese Center Force departing Brunei Bay, Borneo for Philippine Islands, 22 Oct 1944Musashi underway off Brunei, Borneo, 22 Oct 1944
Japanese Center Force departing Brunei Bay, Borneo for Philippine Islands, 22 Oct 1944Musashi underway off Brunei, Borneo, 22 Oct 1944
A water plume from a torpedo striking against the bow of super-battleship Musashi rises high in the air during the Battle of the Sibuyan Sea, 24 Oct 1944Battleship Yamato or Musashi and two heavy cruisers maneuvering while under attack by US Navy aircraft, Battle of Sibuyan Sea, 24 Oct 1944
A water plume from a torpedo striking against the bow of super-battleship Musashi rises high in the air during the Battle of the Sibuyan Sea, 24 Oct 1944Battleship Yamato or Musashi and two heavy cruisers maneuvering while under attack by US Navy aircraft, Battle of Sibuyan Sea, 24 Oct 1944
Musashi and a destroyer under attack, Battle of the Sibuyan Sea, 24 Oct 1944, photo 1 of 2Musashi and a destroyer under attack, Battle of the Sibuyan Sea, 24 Oct 1944, photo 2 of 2
Musashi and a destroyer under attack, Battle of the Sibuyan Sea, 24 Oct 1944, photo 1 of 2Musashi and a destroyer under attack, Battle of the Sibuyan Sea, 24 Oct 1944, photo 2 of 2
Musashi down by the bow after being hit by US Navy carrier aircraft during the Battle of Sibuyan Sea, 24 Oct 1944Musashi hit by a bomb from US Navy carrier aircraft, Battle of Sibuyan Sea, 24 Oct 1944
Musashi down by the bow after being hit by US Navy carrier aircraft during the Battle of Sibuyan Sea, 24 Oct 1944Musashi hit by a bomb from US Navy carrier aircraft, Battle of Sibuyan Sea, 24 Oct 1944
Strike photo taken from planes flying from USS Wasp (Essex-class) showing bombs strikes and near misses on the Japanese battleship Musashi in the Sibuyan Sea, Philippine Islands, 24 Oct 194446-cm high explosive shell manufactured for use with Yamato-class battleships, Yushukan Museum on the grounds of Yasukuni Shrine, Tokyo, Japan, 6 Aug 2005
Strike photo taken from planes flying from USS Wasp (Essex-class) showing bombs strikes and near misses on the Japanese battleship Musashi in the Sibuyan Sea, Philippine Islands, 24 Oct 194446-cm high explosive shell manufactured for use with Yamato-class battleships, Yushukan Museum on the grounds of Yasukuni Shrine, Tokyo, Japan, 6 Aug 2005

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