Carriers Belleau Wood and Franklin afire after being hit by suicide aircraft, off Samar, Philippine Islands, 30 Oct 1944

Caption   Carriers Belleau Wood and Franklin afire after being hit by suicide aircraft, off Samar, Philippine Islands, 30 Oct 1944
Source   National Museum of Naval Aviation RL Lawson Collection
Identification Code   80-G-326798
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Philippines Campaign, Phase 1, the Leyte Campaign   Main article  Photos  Maps  
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Added By C. Peter Chen

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