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A6M2, Ki-44, and A5M4 aircraft, date unknownA6M Zero fighters of Japanese Navy Genzan Air Group at Genzan (now Wonsan), Korea, 1940-1941Two A6M2 Type 0 Model 11 Zero fighters in flight from Yichang, Hubei Province to attack Nanzheng, Shaanxi Province in China, 26 May 1941Group portrait of carrier Shokaku
A6M2, Ki-44, and A5M4 aircraft, date unknownA6M Zero fighters of Japanese Navy Genzan Air Group at Genzan (now Wonsan), Korea, 1940-1941Two A6M2 Type 0 Model 11 Zero fighters in flight from Yichang, Hubei Province to attack Nanzheng, Shaanxi Province in China, 26 May 1941Group portrait of carrier Shokaku's fighter squadron, Japan, Oct or Nov 1941; A6M Zero fighter in background
A6M2 Zero fighter aboard carrier Akagi prior or during the attack on Pearl Harbor, Dec 1941A damaged Zero fighter left a trail of smoke above Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 7 Dec 1941A Zero fighter took off from Akagi for the attack on Pearl Harbor in the US Territory of Hawaii, 7 Dec 1941A6m and D3A aircraft prepared to launch from Shokaku to attack Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 7 Dec 1941, photo 1 of 3
A6M2 Zero fighter aboard carrier Akagi prior or during the attack on Pearl Harbor, Dec 1941A damaged Zero fighter left a trail of smoke above Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 7 Dec 1941A Zero fighter took off from Akagi for the attack on Pearl Harbor in the US Territory of Hawaii, 7 Dec 1941A6m and D3A aircraft prepared to launch from Shokaku to attack Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 7 Dec 1941, photo 1 of 3
Aircraft prepared to launch from Shokaku to attack Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 7 Dec 1941, photo 2 of 3Aircraft prepared to launch from Shokaku to attack Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 7 Dec 1941, photo 3 of 3Japanese A6M2 Zero fighter flying above a shot-down US fighter, near Ewa Marine Corps Air Station, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, 7 Dec 1941; photo taken by a B-17 bomber crewWreckage of a Japanese A6M2 Zero fighter at Buliding 52 (Ordinance Machine Shop) at Fort Kamehameha, US Territory of Hawaii, 7 Dec 1941; the fighter was flown by Petty Officer 1st Class Takeshi Hirano
Aircraft prepared to launch from Shokaku to attack Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 7 Dec 1941, photo 2 of 3Aircraft prepared to launch from Shokaku to attack Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 7 Dec 1941, photo 3 of 3Japanese A6M2 Zero fighter flying above a shot-down US fighter, near Ewa Marine Corps Air Station, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, 7 Dec 1941; photo taken by a B-17 bomber crewWreckage of a Japanese A6M2 Zero fighter at Buliding 52 (Ordinance Machine Shop) at Fort Kamehameha, US Territory of Hawaii, 7 Dec 1941; the fighter was flown by Petty Officer 1st Class Takeshi Hirano
Wreckage of a Zero fighter after Pearl Harbor attack, Fort Kamehameha, Honolulu, US Territory of Hawaii, 7 Dec 1941Cockpit of Takeshi HiranoA6M Zero fighter taking off from a carrier, possibly Shokaku, 1941-1943A6M2-N Type 2 Model 11 floatplane, date unknown
Wreckage of a Zero fighter after Pearl Harbor attack, Fort Kamehameha, Honolulu, US Territory of Hawaii, 7 Dec 1941Cockpit of Takeshi Hirano's A6M Zero fighter, which crashed into Building 52 at Fort Kamehameha, Hawaii, United States during the 7 Dec 1941 attack on Pearl HarborA6M Zero fighter taking off from a carrier, possibly Shokaku, 1941-1943A6M2-N Type 2 Model 11 floatplane, date unknown
A6M2-N Type 2 Model 11 floatplanes at anchorage, date unknownA6M3 Zero fighter An A6M2 Type 21 Camouflaged A6M Zero fighter of Japanese Navy 22nd Air Flotilla at Kota Bharu, Malaya, circa 1942
A6M2-N Type 2 Model 11 floatplanes at anchorage, date unknownA6M3 Zero fighter 'V-174' of the Japanese Navy Tainan Air Group, date unknownAn A6M2 Type 21 'Zero' fighter at Rabaul with the Hanabuki volcano as background, circa 1942-1944Camouflaged A6M Zero fighter of Japanese Navy 22nd Air Flotilla at Kota Bharu, Malaya, circa 1942

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