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Crewmembers of the sinking carrier Zuikaku

Battle off Cape Engano, 25 October 1944. Crewmembers of the sinking carrier Zuikaku, last of the six carriers that started the Pacific War with the Pearl Harbor attack almost three years earlier, give a final “Banzi” cheer after the Japanese Naval Ensign was lowered, during the afternoon of 25 October. View looks aft from the rear of the carrier’s island, with radio antenna masts folded horizontal on her starboard side. Courtesy of Mr. Kazutoshi Hando, 1970. | source

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