Montage of scenes showing Japanese Imperial Navy aircraft and warships
Pacific Ocean Date:1942 Duration:4 min 17 sec Sound:Yes
Japanese Imperial Navy operations and exercises in World War 2. Large formation of Japanese Mitsubishi G3M (Nell) bombers in flight, over a bay. Shadow of one in water below. A formation of Japanese Mitsubishi A6M (Zero/Zeke) Fighter airplanes. Aerial view of Japanese warships executing coordinated maneuvers below. Two Japanese aircraft carriers in calm waters. Aichi D3A2 (Val) dive bombers take off from carrier. A Japanese battleship making way in heavy seas and later in fog and rain. A column of Japanese warships, including a battleship, underway. Close view of Takao class heavy cruiser. Japanese sailor signalling with semaphore flags. Ise class battleship underway and firing guns. View of torpedo tubes on a ship. Japanese Battleships firing heavy guns and antiaircraft guns during gunnery practice. During this exercise, the Japanese battleship Hyuga, experiences an explosion in the left gun breach of her #5 turret. Smoke billows from the turret and flames are seen coming out of, and around the the gun barrels. Column of Japanese heavy cruisers turning to port.The Japanese rising sun Naval ensign in the breeze.
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