Sailors aboard Indian ship 'HMIS SUTLEJ' prepare to sink Japanese submarine I-155, Japan after World War II.
Japan Date:1946 Duration:2 min 58 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Allied forces in Japan after atomic explosion during World War II. Indian ship 'HMIS SUTLEJ' during an operation in sea. Sailors aboard the ship. Sailors on the Japanese submarine I-155 built in Kure in 1929. Cannon on the submarine. Preparations on ship prior to sinking of the submarine. Submarine fired upon from the ship sailing close to it. Explosion on submarine and the sinking submarine. (Detail: shows the effect of 4" shells on the sub and 20mm Oerlikon shells. After 238 rounds of 4" shells and 4 depth charges, and after 4 hours of firing and closing the range from 4,000 yards to 200 yards, the sub was sunk).
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