Japanese submarines, I-400 class, and battleship Nagato. U.S. Admiral Lockwood at Yokosuka Naval Base at end of World War II
Yokosuka Japan Date:1945, September Duration:4 min 13 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. Admiral Admiral Charles Andrews Lockwood,Commander Submarine Force Pacific,walking on deck of submarine with her captain behind him, right after end of World War 2. The Admiral boards his motor launch, flying a three-star pennant and proceeds across a bay at Yokosuka Naval Base, Japan. The Admiral's colors being hoisted aboard a Japanese submarine, that still flies the Japanese flag, beneath the American flag.Admiral Lockwood pacing the deck of the Japanese submarine. View of shore from launch moving away, with only its wake visible. A Japanese tender surrounded by submarines.Broadside view of the Japanese Battleship Nagato. Japanese military personnel standing on deck of Japanese submarine, I-400 class, tied up to the large tender.Several American sailors walking on the sub deck, as the Japanese board the tender. An American officer and several sailors inspect supplies piled up on deck of the sub. Deck of the tender is filled with American sailors watching the activity.View from deck of submarine filled with Japanese. A barge nearby filled with supplies.More views of the submarine deck filled with Japanese.
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