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Close-up view of damaged received from the third bomb hit on Shokaku during the Battle of the Coral Sea, Kure, Japan, between 17 May and 27 Jun 1942Damage sustained by Shokaku during the Battle of the Coral Sea, Kure, Japan, between 17 May and 27 Jun 1942Japanese carrier Shokaku damaged after Battle of Coral Sea, Kure, Japan, between 17 May and 27 Jun 1942Repair activities aboard Shokaku
Close-up view of damaged received from the third bomb hit on Shokaku during the Battle of the Coral Sea, Kure, Japan, between 17 May and 27 Jun 1942Damage sustained by Shokaku during the Battle of the Coral Sea, Kure, Japan, between 17 May and 27 Jun 1942Japanese carrier Shokaku damaged after Battle of Coral Sea, Kure, Japan, between 17 May and 27 Jun 1942Repair activities aboard Shokaku's boat deck, damaged by the second bomb that hit her during the Battle of Coral Sea, Kure, Japan, between 17 May and 27 Jun 1942
Repairing a machine gun position aboard Shokaku, which was damaged by the third bomb hit during Battle of the Coral Sea, , Kure, Japan, between 17 May and 27 Jun 1942ShokakuView of damage done to boat deck area aboard Shokaku, result of the second bomb hit received during Battle of the Coral Sea, Kure, Japan, between 17 May and 27 Jun 1942, photo 1 of 2View of damage done to boat deck area aboard Shokaku, result of the second bomb hit received during Battle of the Coral Sea, Kure, Japan, between 17 May and 27 Jun 1942, photo 2 of 2
Repairing a machine gun position aboard Shokaku, which was damaged by the third bomb hit during Battle of the Coral Sea, , Kure, Japan, between 17 May and 27 Jun 1942Shokaku's damaged flight deck as the result of bomb hits during Battle of the Coral Sea, Kure, Japan, between 17 May and 27 Jun 1942View of damage done to boat deck area aboard Shokaku, result of the second bomb hit received during Battle of the Coral Sea, Kure, Japan, between 17 May and 27 Jun 1942, photo 1 of 2View of damage done to boat deck area aboard Shokaku, result of the second bomb hit received during Battle of the Coral Sea, Kure, Japan, between 17 May and 27 Jun 1942, photo 2 of 2
View of damaged anchor chains of Shokaku, cut by the first bomb hit received at the Battle of the Coral Sea, Kure, Japan, between 17 May and 27 Jun 1942View of repair crew inspecting the dislodged forward elevator aboard Shokaku, damaged by the first bomb hit received at the Battle of the Coral Sea, Kure, Japan, between 17 May and 27 Jun 1942A6M2 Model 21 Zero fighter of Lieutenant Hideki Shingo preparing to take off from carrier Shokaku during Battle of Santa Cruz, 26 Oct 1942Crew of Shokaku fighting fires during Battle of the Santa Cruz Islands, 26 Oct 1942
View of damaged anchor chains of Shokaku, cut by the first bomb hit received at the Battle of the Coral Sea, Kure, Japan, between 17 May and 27 Jun 1942View of repair crew inspecting the dislodged forward elevator aboard Shokaku, damaged by the first bomb hit received at the Battle of the Coral Sea, Kure, Japan, between 17 May and 27 Jun 1942A6M2 Model 21 Zero fighter of Lieutenant Hideki Shingo preparing to take off from carrier Shokaku during Battle of Santa Cruz, 26 Oct 1942Crew of Shokaku fighting fires during Battle of the Santa Cruz Islands, 26 Oct 1942
Type 00 Fighters prepare for launch from the Shokaku, Battle of the Santa Cruz Islands, 26 Oct 1942Damage to ShokakuDamage to ShokakuB5N Type 97 torpedo bomber landing on Japanese carrier Shokaku, somewhere in the South Pacific, 18 Mar 1943
Type 00 Fighters prepare for launch from the Shokaku, Battle of the Santa Cruz Islands, 26 Oct 1942Damage to Shokaku's flight deck after the Battle of Santa Cruz Islands, late-Oct or Nov 1942Damage to Shokaku's flight deck and hangar after the Battle of Santa Cruz Islands, late-Oct or Nov 1942B5N Type 97 torpedo bomber landing on Japanese carrier Shokaku, somewhere in the South Pacific, 18 Mar 1943
Group photo of fighter pilots of carrier Shokaku, Nov 1943
Group photo of fighter pilots of carrier Shokaku, Nov 1943

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