422 items in this album on 22 pages.

Aerial view of Taichu Airfield, Taiwan, 1944Aerial view of the former Reigaryo Airfield site and surrounding area on the coast of Takao Harbor, southern Taiwan, 1944Entrance of Takao harbor, Taiwan, 1944; photo taken by a US airmanJapanese sailors at Mako (now Makung), Pescadores Islands (Penghu), Taiwan, 1944
Aerial view of Taichu Airfield, Taiwan, 1944Aerial view of the former Reigaryo Airfield site and surrounding area on the coast of Takao Harbor, southern Taiwan, 1944Entrance of Takao harbor, Taiwan, 1944; photo taken by a US airmanJapanese sailors at Mako (now Makung), Pescadores Islands (Penghu), Taiwan, 1944
Reconnaissance photograph of the southern area of Heito Airfield, Heito (now Pingdong), Taiwan, 1944School children holding a farewell party for an ethnic Chinese school senior being drafted for Japanese military service, Taiwan, mid-1940sView of Japanese shipping in Takao (now Kaohsiung) harbor, Taiwan, 1944Young ethnic Chinese from Taiwan being drafted for Japanese military service, 1940s
Reconnaissance photograph of the southern area of Heito Airfield, Heito (now Pingdong), Taiwan, 1944School children holding a farewell party for an ethnic Chinese school senior being drafted for Japanese military service, Taiwan, mid-1940sView of Japanese shipping in Takao (now Kaohsiung) harbor, Taiwan, 1944Young ethnic Chinese from Taiwan being drafted for Japanese military service, 1940s
Aerial view of Takao Seaplane Base, Takao (now Kaohsiung), Taiwan, early 1944Aerial view of Hozan Airfield in Takao (now Fengshan District, Kaohsiung), Taiwan, Mar 1944Aerial view of Ujitsu sugar plant, Ujitsu (now Wuri), Taiwan, Mar 1944Aerial view of unidentified industrial facilities, Shinchiku, Taiwan, Mar 1944; post war records tied these facilities to Navy Oil Refinery No. 6 in Takao
Aerial view of Takao Seaplane Base, Takao (now Kaohsiung), Taiwan, early 1944Aerial view of Hozan Airfield in Takao (now Fengshan District, Kaohsiung), Taiwan, Mar 1944Aerial view of Ujitsu sugar plant, Ujitsu (now Wuri), Taiwan, Mar 1944Aerial view of unidentified industrial facilities, Shinchiku, Taiwan, Mar 1944; post war records tied these facilities to Navy Oil Refinery No. 6 in Takao
Aerial view of Soton, Taichu (now Caotun, Nantou), Taiwan prior to the construction of an airfield, 1 Mar 1944Aerial view of Matsuyama Airfield, Taihoku (now Taipei), Taiwan, 2 Mar 1944Aerial view of Taihoku (now Taipei), Taiwan, 2 Mar 1944, photo 1 of 2Aerial view of Taihoku (now Taipei), Taiwan, 2 Mar 1944, photo 2 of 2
Aerial view of Soton, Taichu (now Caotun, Nantou), Taiwan prior to the construction of an airfield, 1 Mar 1944Aerial view of Matsuyama Airfield, Taihoku (now Taipei), Taiwan, 2 Mar 1944Aerial view of Taihoku (now Taipei), Taiwan, 2 Mar 1944, photo 1 of 2Aerial view of Taihoku (now Taipei), Taiwan, 2 Mar 1944, photo 2 of 2
Aerial view of Tamsui Seaplane Base, Taihoku, Taiwan, Sep 1944Aerial photo of Tainan, Taiwan, 10 Sep 1944, photo 1 of 2; note grey rectangular region, soon misidentified by US military as Tainan North Airfield, was actually a Japanese Army shooting rangeAerial photo of Tainan, Taiwan, 10 Sep 1944, photo 2 of 2; note grey rectangular region, soon misidentified by US military as Tainan North Airfield, was actually a Japanese Army shooting rangeAerial photo of Takao Seaplane Base, Takao (now Kaohsiung), Taiwan, 12 Oct 1944; photo taken by an aircraft from USS Wasp
Aerial view of Tamsui Seaplane Base, Taihoku, Taiwan, Sep 1944Aerial photo of Tainan, Taiwan, 10 Sep 1944, photo 1 of 2; note grey rectangular region, soon misidentified by US military as Tainan North Airfield, was actually a Japanese Army shooting rangeAerial photo of Tainan, Taiwan, 10 Sep 1944, photo 2 of 2; note grey rectangular region, soon misidentified by US military as Tainan North Airfield, was actually a Japanese Army shooting rangeAerial photo of Takao Seaplane Base, Takao (now Kaohsiung), Taiwan, 12 Oct 1944; photo taken by an aircraft from USS Wasp

422 items in this album on 22 pages.



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