Ships of U.S. 3rd Fleet underway in Tokyo Bay off the coast of Japan during World War II.
Tokyo Bay Japan Date:1945, August 27 Duration:4 min 27 sec Sound:NO SOUND
United States 3rd Fleet underway in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Japan during World War II. USS South Dakota off the coast. USS Missouri at anchor in Sagami-Wan into Tokyo Bay. War correspondent Norman Paige looks through binoculars. Ships of the 3rd Fleet ride at anchor off the coast of Japan. Main batteries of USS Iowa. American flag flies from the gaff of the ship. USS Missouri at anchor close to the shore of Japan. HMS Duke of York and HMS King George I underway at sea. Superstructure of USS Iowa as American flag flies from the gaff. Muzzles of a quad mount 40 inch gun. A signal plays on starboard yardarm. A gunnery officer uses a battle phone in the foreground.
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