Illustration of bomb and torpedo hits on battleship Yamato, 7 Apr 1945, part of Commander Miyamoto's interrogation, 25 Oct 1945

Caption   Illustration of bomb and torpedo hits on battleship Yamato, 7 Apr 1945, part of Commander Miyamoto's interrogation, 25 Oct 1945 ww2dbase
Source    ww2dbaseUnited States Strategic Bombing Survey [Pacific]
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Okinawa Campaign   Main article  Photos  Maps  
Interrogation Nav 32, Commander T. Miyamoto   Main article  Photos  Maps  
Yamato   Main article  Photos  Maps  
Photos on Same Day 25 Oct 1945
Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 17 May 2008
Licensing  Public Domain



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1. Commenter identity confirmed BILL says:
26 Feb 2009 02:23:41 PM

On 7 April 1945 Yamato was attacked by 386 U.S. Carrier Aircraft on her way to Okinawa, she took 13 torpedo hits and 8 bomb hits, her hull was damaged by numerious near misses. At 14:23 hrs Yamato capsized and an explosion in her forward ammunition store split her in two. 269 crew-members were saved out of her total crew of 3,332.
2. ian belardine says:
26 Feb 2010 08:13:18 PM

great website.i loved seeing all this great info on history's two greatest battle wagons.i come from a naval family with a long history of service to king and country.when i see a great site like this i know that naval history is in good hands.

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