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Vickers-Carden-Loyd A4E11 Light Amphibious Tank in the Dutch East Indies, 1930sDutch CW-21 B fighter having its guns sighted in, Dutch East Indies 1941Dutch CW-21 B fighter in the Dutch East Indies, 1941Dutch CW-21 B fighter in the Dutch East Indies, 1941
Vickers-Carden-Loyd A4E11 Light Amphibious Tank in the Dutch East Indies, 1930sDutch CW-21 B fighter having its guns sighted in, Dutch East Indies 1941Dutch CW-21 B fighter in the Dutch East Indies, 1941Dutch CW-21 B fighter in the Dutch East Indies, 1941
Dutch CW-21 B fighter in the Dutch East Indies, 1941Dutch CW-21 B fighters in the Dutch East Indies, 1941HMS Exeter at Sumatra, Dutch East Indies, early 1942Archibald Wavell and Hein ter Poorten at Batavia, Java, Dutch East Indies (now Jakarta, Indonesia), 22 Jan 1942
Dutch CW-21 B fighter in the Dutch East Indies, 1941Dutch CW-21 B fighters in the Dutch East Indies, 1941HMS Exeter at Sumatra, Dutch East Indies, early 1942Archibald Wavell and Hein ter Poorten at Batavia, Java, Dutch East Indies (now Jakarta, Indonesia), 22 Jan 1942
Wounded sailors being taken off of USS Marblehead, Tjilatjap, Java, Dutch East Indies, 4 Feb 1942; seen in Jul 1963 issue of US Navy publication All HandsUSS Houston at Tjilajap, Java, Dutch East Indies, 6 Feb 1942, seen from USS MarbleheadUSS Marblehead at Tjilatjap, Java, Dutch East Indies, Feb 1942; note bomb damageLight Tank Mk VIB of 3rd Hussars, British Army on the wharf at Oosthaven (Bandar Lampung), Sumatra, Dutch East Indies, 14 Feb 1942
Wounded sailors being taken off of USS Marblehead, Tjilatjap, Java, Dutch East Indies, 4 Feb 1942; seen in Jul 1963 issue of US Navy publication All HandsUSS Houston at Tjilajap, Java, Dutch East Indies, 6 Feb 1942, seen from USS MarbleheadUSS Marblehead at Tjilatjap, Java, Dutch East Indies, Feb 1942; note bomb damageLight Tank Mk VIB of 3rd Hussars, British Army on the wharf at Oosthaven (Bandar Lampung), Sumatra, Dutch East Indies, 14 Feb 1942
HMS Exeter sinking south of Borneo, Dutch East Indies, 1 Mar 1942, photo 2 of 2Japanese Fubuki-class destroyer Inazuma launching a Type 93 torpedo in the Second Battle of the Java Sea, 1 Mar 1942.Men of the Japanese 2nd Division celebrating successful landing, Merak, Java, 1 Mar 1942Hein ter Poorten surrendering to the Japanese, Kalidjati, Java, Dutch East Indies, 8 Mar 1942
HMS Exeter sinking south of Borneo, Dutch East Indies, 1 Mar 1942, photo 2 of 2Japanese Fubuki-class destroyer Inazuma launching a Type 93 torpedo in the Second Battle of the Java Sea, 1 Mar 1942.Men of the Japanese 2nd Division celebrating successful landing, Merak, Java, 1 Mar 1942Hein ter Poorten surrendering to the Japanese, Kalidjati, Java, Dutch East Indies, 8 Mar 1942
Lieutenant General Hitoshi Imamura, Lieutenant General Hein ter Poorten, and other officers shortly after ter Poorten surrendered to the Japanese, Kalidjati, Java, Dutch East Indies, 8 Mar 1942A-20 Havoc aircraft of US V Bombing Command targeting Japanese airfield of Ki-48 bombers, at Hollandia, New Guinea, 1942Captured B-17E, CW-22, and CW-21 aircraft with Japanese markings, Java, Dutch East Indies, 1943Pilots of Japanese Navy 202nd Air Group, Kupang, Timor, Dutch East Indies, Feb 1943; note Yoshiro Hashiguchi (left most pilot), Kiyoshi Ito (right most pilot), and Zero fighters
Lieutenant General Hitoshi Imamura, Lieutenant General Hein ter Poorten, and other officers shortly after ter Poorten surrendered to the Japanese, Kalidjati, Java, Dutch East Indies, 8 Mar 1942A-20 Havoc aircraft of US V Bombing Command targeting Japanese airfield of Ki-48 bombers, at Hollandia, New Guinea, 1942Captured B-17E, CW-22, and CW-21 aircraft with Japanese markings, Java, Dutch East Indies, 1943Pilots of Japanese Navy 202nd Air Group, Kupang, Timor, Dutch East Indies, Feb 1943; note Yoshiro Hashiguchi (left most pilot), Kiyoshi Ito (right most pilot), and Zero fighters

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