Carrier Zuiho damaged during Battle off Cape Engaño, 25 Oct 1944; note battleship camouflage; as seen on page 68 of US Navy War Photographs

Caption   Carrier Zuiho damaged during Battle off Cape Engaño, 25 Oct 1944; note battleship camouflage; as seen on page 68 of US Navy War Photographs ww2dbase
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Added By David Stubblebine
Added Date 3 Mar 2008

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1. Commenter identity confirmed David Stubblebine says:
15 Aug 2008 01:01:40 PM

This photo was taken on Zuiho's final day: 25-Oct-1944 off Cape Engano. The camouflage measures on Zuiho are very interesting. Declaring once and for all that the aircraft carrier is the prominent warship in the fleet, the Zuiho is camouflaged as a battleship.

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