United States Navy Commander Hiram Cassidy (left) and Japanese Navy Commander Toshio Kusaka (center) on the deck of the Japanese submarine I-400 alongside USS Proteus, Sagami Bay, Japan, 28 Aug 1945.I-401 alongside of USS Proteus, Yokosuka, Japan, 29 Aug 1945I-401 and I-14 alongside of USS Proteus (far left), Yokosuka, Japan, 29 Aug 1945USS Proteus, I-400, I-401, and I-14, Yokosuka, Japan, 29 Aug 1945
United States Navy Commander Hiram Cassidy (left) and Japanese Navy Commander Toshio Kusaka (center) on the deck of the Japanese submarine I-400 alongside USS Proteus, Sagami Bay, Japan, 28 Aug 1945.I-401 alongside of USS Proteus, Yokosuka, Japan, 29 Aug 1945I-401 and I-14 alongside of USS Proteus (far left), Yokosuka, Japan, 29 Aug 1945USS Proteus, I-400, I-401, and I-14, Yokosuka, Japan, 29 Aug 1945
USS Proteus, I-401, and I-14, Yokosuka, Japan, 29 Aug 1945Officers of submarine I-400, circa late Aug 1945Hangar of submarine I-400, Japan, 1945US and Japanese sailors aboard I-401, Japan, 1945
USS Proteus, I-401, and I-14, Yokosuka, Japan, 29 Aug 1945Officers of submarine I-400, circa late Aug 1945Hangar of submarine I-400, Japan, 1945US and Japanese sailors aboard I-401, Japan, 1945
I-400 at sea, date unknownSubmarine I-400 in harbor next to American submarine tender USS Proteus, circa late 1945 or early 1946Submarine I-400, date unknownUS Navy personnel inspecting a deck gun aboard Japanese submarine I-400, circa late 1945 or early 1946
I-400 at sea, date unknownSubmarine I-400 in harbor next to American submarine tender USS Proteus, circa late 1945 or early 1946Submarine I-400, date unknownUS Navy personnel inspecting a deck gun aboard Japanese submarine I-400, circa late 1945 or early 1946
US Navy personnel inspecting the hangar of Japanese submarine I-400, circa late 1945 or early 1946
US Navy personnel inspecting the hangar of Japanese submarine I-400, circa late 1945 or early 1946
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