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Zuikaku on her first day of service, 25 Sep 1941, photo 1 of 2Zuikaku on her first day of service, 25 Sep 1941, photo 2 of 2Carrier Zuikaku, fall of 1941Japanese carriers Zuikaku (foreground) and Kaga (background) underway toward Hitokappu Bay, Iturup, Kurile Islands, Nov 1941; note Zuikaku
Zuikaku on her first day of service, 25 Sep 1941, photo 1 of 2Zuikaku on her first day of service, 25 Sep 1941, photo 2 of 2Carrier Zuikaku, fall of 1941Japanese carriers Zuikaku (foreground) and Kaga (background) underway toward Hitokappu Bay, Iturup, Kurile Islands, Nov 1941; note Zuikaku's anti-aircraft armament
Japanese carriers Zuikaku (foreground), Kaga (center), and Akagi (background) underway toward Hitokappu Bay, Iturup, Kurile Islands, Nov 1941; note ZuikakuSailors of carrier Zuikaku winching up the anchor on the quarter-deck after leaving Hitokappu Bay, Itrup, Kurile Islands, 26 Nov 1941; she was en route to attack Pearl HarborKaga in heavy seas en route to Pearl Harbor, circa early Dec 1941; carrier Zuikaku in backgroundFlight leader Masao Sato (second row, third from right) with his pilots aboard Zuikaku, 6 Dec 1941; note Tetsuzo Iwamoto second row, right-most
Japanese carriers Zuikaku (foreground), Kaga (center), and Akagi (background) underway toward Hitokappu Bay, Iturup, Kurile Islands, Nov 1941; note Zuikaku's anti-aircraft armamentSailors of carrier Zuikaku winching up the anchor on the quarter-deck after leaving Hitokappu Bay, Itrup, Kurile Islands, 26 Nov 1941; she was en route to attack Pearl HarborKaga in heavy seas en route to Pearl Harbor, circa early Dec 1941; carrier Zuikaku in backgroundFlight leader Masao Sato (second row, third from right) with his pilots aboard Zuikaku, 6 Dec 1941; note Tetsuzo Iwamoto second row, right-most
B5N2 torpedo bomber taking off from carrier Zuikaku to attack Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 0720 hours on 7 Dec 1941View of an anti-aircraft gun aboard Japanese carrier Shokaku, date unknown; the carrier in background was likely ZuikakuAircraft carrier Akagi shortly after leaving Port Stirling, Celebes for the Indian Ocean, 26 Mar 1942; note B5N torpedo bombers on flight deckZuikaku and two destroyers at the Battle of the Philippine Sea, Jun 1944
B5N2 torpedo bomber taking off from carrier Zuikaku to attack Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 0720 hours on 7 Dec 1941View of an anti-aircraft gun aboard Japanese carrier Shokaku, date unknown; the carrier in background was likely ZuikakuAircraft carrier Akagi shortly after leaving Port Stirling, Celebes for the Indian Ocean, 26 Mar 1942; note B5N torpedo bombers on flight deckZuikaku and two destroyers at the Battle of the Philippine Sea, Jun 1944
Vice Admiral Jisaburo Ozawa transferring his flag from damaged carrier Zuikaku to light cruiser Oyodo, at 1100 hours on 25 Oct 1944Zuikaku and an Akizuki-class DD underway during Battle off Engano, 25 Oct 1944Zuikaku and Zuiho under attack during Battle of Cape Engano, 25 Oct 1944Zuikaku at 1400 hrs 25 Oct 1944, listing but underway
Vice Admiral Jisaburo Ozawa transferring his flag from damaged carrier Zuikaku to light cruiser Oyodo, at 1100 hours on 25 Oct 1944Zuikaku and an Akizuki-class DD underway during Battle off Engano, 25 Oct 1944Zuikaku and Zuiho under attack during Battle of Cape Engano, 25 Oct 1944Zuikaku at 1400 hrs 25 Oct 1944, listing but underway
Zuikaku dead in the water, 25 Oct 1944; BB Ise at right of photoZuikaku settling as she sinks, 25 Oct 1944; profile of an Avenger is seen flying overheadZuikaku under attack and smoking, 25 Oct 1944Zuikaku underway to Battle off Cape Engano, 25 Oct 1944
Zuikaku dead in the water, 25 Oct 1944; BB Ise at right of photoZuikaku settling as she sinks, 25 Oct 1944; profile of an Avenger is seen flying overheadZuikaku under attack and smoking, 25 Oct 1944Zuikaku underway to Battle off Cape Engano, 25 Oct 1944

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