|Caption||A6M Zero Model 52 fighter on display at the Yushukan Museum, Tokyo, Japan, 7 Sep 2009, photo 3 of 5 ww2dbase|
|Photographer||C. Peter Chen|
|Photos in Series||See all photos in this series|
|Photos on Same Day||7 Sep 2009|
|Photos at Same Place||Tokyo, Japan|
|Added By||C. Peter Chen|
|Added Date||1 Oct 2009|
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|Licensing||used with permission of the photographer|
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3 Mar 2011 08:35:31 PM
Twenty years of restortation work on the Zero
created this example for future generations to see. At one time the Zero was one of the world's deadliest aircraft.