Officers aboard the Yamato in 1942, with Admiral Yamamoto 6th in front row

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Added Date 7 Sep 2006

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1. Skúli Bragason says:
1 Feb 2010 05:14:55 PM

Very interesting site.I have several naval books and made a number of models , ships and aircrafts. I´m a marine engineer with over 30 years at sea.Many thanks. Skúli.
2. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
1 Jun 2016 04:49:16 PM

OFFICERS ON DECK: Admiral Yamamoto front row, sixth from left and his staff, early 1942. Photograph taken aboard Yamato early 1942. Did you know Yamamoto didn't learn to fly until later in his naval career. He understood the power of the aircraft carrier, and naval aviation.

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