Routine activities on Japanese submarine during World War II.
Indian Ocean Date:1942 Duration:5 min 50 sec Sound:Yes
Japanese Kaidai submarine cruising on surface in a bay near Dutch East Indies, during World War 2. Crew on deck taking a smoke break. A seaport with loading docks seen from stern of boat. View of Japanese warships from under deck gun of the submarine. Sailor on submarine signals with semaphore flags to Japanese Cruiser and crew members on deck, and clustered around conning tower, wave their hats at the warship. Officer on deck issues commands over boat's intercom. Small sign boards with Japanese writing are hung near work stations. Crew members enter the sub through hatch in the deck. View from conning tower of the sub bow encountering moderate waves as they proceed on surface. The submarine sets course due West. Officers watch through binoculars. View of engine room with crew members at their stations there. Crew members preparing a meal of vegetables, fish and rice. Crew eating meal in mess hall. Officers eating in their mess.
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