A Japanese submarine torpedoes a cruiser underway in the Pacific Ocean during World War II.
Pacific Ocean Date:1940 Duration:6 min 13 sec Sound:Yes
A Japanese submarine underway in the Pacific Ocean during World War II. The bow of the submarine while it is underway. The stern of the submarine. Crew members operate turbine machinery board the submarine. A Japanese sailor sounds a bugle over an intercom system. Crew men come down a hatch at GQ. A Japanese officer at the superstructure gives orders to dive. The crew works on the controls and manipulates diving planes as the submarine dives below the surface. A Japanese officer at a periscope. The submarine begins to submerge below the surface. A sonar operator at work. A cruiser ships sail on the horizon as seen through the periscope. The Japanese officer looks through the periscope. A compass in the engine room. Torpedoes are fired and crew men listen for explosions. They cheer as the torpedoes strike the target. They pray in a shrine aboard the submarine.
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