The death of the Japanese “Zuikaku” aircraft carrier

The death of the Japanese "Zuikaku" aircraft carrier

Last lowering the flag on the Japanese aircraft carrier “Zuikaku” ( “Lucky Crane”). The photo shows the death of a Japanese “Zuikaku” aircraft carrier, the view from the bow to the stern of the warship.

“Zuikaku” was sunk by American aircraft during the battle of Leyte Gulf, where he was the flagship of Admiral Ozawa Dzisaburo. The crew began to leave the aircraft carrier only after the descent battle flag.


Time taken: 25 October 1944

In : 1944

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