Japanese submarine crew relaxes on the submarine underway in the Indian Ocean during World War II.
Indian Ocean Date:1942 Duration:7 min 9 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Japanese submarines in action in the Indian Ocean during World War II. Japanese script. The deck of a Japanese submarine as it emerges on the surface. Water washes over the deck of the submarine. Japanese crewmen come down a ladder to the main deck. The submarine underway on the surface. Two officers examine the damage caused to the deck of the submarine. Japanese crewmen look at a chart. Pictures of two merchant ships. A Japanese officer and crewmen look at the pictures. A radioman at a radio as he jots down some information. A Japanese puts up a poster on a stanchion. Japanese crewmen laugh and talk aboard the submarine. The crewmen at a table as they raise a toast with a drink of saki. The crewmen eat and drink at the table. Japanese crewmen up in the bridge look down over the deck of the submarine. Men on the helm. A compass. The deck of the submarine. Water washes against the side of the submarine. Japanese crewmen get their beards shaved. A crewman gets a haircut. A crewman's mustache being cut with hand clippers. A Japanese crewman gets a rub down and another man washes his face with a cloth. A crewman sews a rating on his uniform. He holds up his white uniform. The bow of the submarine. Crewmen climb up the scuttle hatch onto the deck. They relax on the deck and smoke cigarettes. Two sampans row past the submarine. A merchant ship in the background. Japanese crewmen wave their hats. A Japanese submarine on the surface in a harbor. Tree lined shoreline in the background. The Japanese flag flies from the submarine.
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