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Workshops and a crane repair base at Sasebo Harbor in Japan after World War II.

Sasebo Harbor in Japan after World War II. Japanese cranes and a navy yard at Sasebo naval base. Docks, workshops and a crane repair base at Sasebo Harbor.

Date: 1945, September 28
Duration: 1 min 36 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
Workshops, a crane repair base and an air station at Sasebo Harbor in Japan after World War II.

Sasebo Harbor in Japan after World War II. Japanese cranes and a navy yard at Sasebo naval base. Docks, workshops and a crane repair base at Sasebo Harbor. A Japanese seaplane without propellers on a ramp at a Japanese air station. Small Japanese crafts in the harbor including sampans and fishing boats.

Date: 1945, September 28
Duration: 1 min 28 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
Operation "Road's End" and preparations for destruction of the Japanese submarine fleet moored in Sasebo Bay, Japan

Views from U.S. boat moving among Japanese submarines in Sasebo Bay, Japan, during Operation Road's End, involving the scuttling of the Japanese submarine fleet. Seen are submarines: I-47; I-162; I-156l;n-203;I-158;I-103;107;I-58. An American launch pulls up to I-58 (the sub that sank the USs Indianapolis on July 31, 1945, in the Philippine Sea).Vice-Admiral Robert M. Griffin, Commander of U.S. Naval Forces, Japan, climbs aboard the sub, followed by other members of his party. Admiral Griffin walks the deck of the submarine, followed by a Rear Admiral, who points out some features of the boat to Admiral Griffith. View of the group standing on the deck of the I-58.

Date: 1946, April 1
Duration: 1 min 39 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
Operation Road's End, preparing to destroy Japan's submarine fleet. Crews decorate their submarines with cherry blossoms

Operation Road's End. Inspection of Japanese submarines,moored in Sasebo Bay, Japan, that are scheduled for destruction, after World War 2. View from a boat passing several of these submarines. One has a group of U.S. Naval officers and others on its deck. View of Japanese submarines I-366 and Number 107. Japanese sailors are decorating the submarines with branches of cherry blossoms. A Japanese officer looking down from boat I-402, as the camera passes below. Closeup of him posing on his boat for the camera.. Captain Atogi Nakamura, Lt. Tashio Tanaka and crew members posing aboard Japanese submarine I-58 (that sank the USS Indianapolis on July 30, 1945 with torpedos fired by Lt. Tanaka).

Date: 1946, April 1
Duration: 1 min 25 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
A Japanese seaplane parked on a ramp at Sasebo Harbor in Japan after World War II.

Installations and equipment at Sasebo Harbor in Japan after World War II. Buildings at the harbor. Mountains in the background. Docks and a crane at Sasebo seaplane base. A Japanese seaplane on a ramp. Buildings along a waterfront.

Date: 1945, September 28
Duration: 1 min 23 sec
Sound: No
Color: Color
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
Freed Allied prisoners at Sasebo Harbor in Japan after World War II.

Sasebo Harbor in Japan after World War II. USS Gloucester in the harbor. Freed American, British and Canadian prisoners in the hangar bay of USS Gloucester. A damaged Japanese submarine in water. A boat underway. Sasebo naval base in the background.

Date: 1945, September 28
Duration: 1 min 32 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
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