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Digitally colourised version of the photo of the carrier Akagi, after her reconstruction. Clearly visible in the photo , the huge downward curving funnel exhaust on the starboard side, the "humped" shape of the flight deck, and the small port-side island. The Japanes Navy was the only one to have carriers with islands on the port side as well as the starboard side. The carriers Kaga and Akagi were intended to operate as a "pair" so Kaga had a starboard side island, Akagi a port side one, so…

Digitally colourised version of the photo of the carrier Akagi, after her reconstruction. Clearly visible in the photo , the huge downward curving funnel exhaust on the starboard side, the "humped" shape of the flight deck, and the small port-side island. The Japanes Navy was the only one to have carriers with islands on the port side as well as the starboard side. The carriers Kaga and Akagi were intended to operate as a "pair" so Kaga had a starboard side island, Akagi a port side one, so…

Akagi - The Japanese Flagship Aircraft Carrier during World War II. It was sunk by US Navy planes at the Battle of Midway in 1942.

IJN Akagi - The Japanese Flagship Aircraft Carrier during World War II. It was sunk by US Navy planes at the Battle of Midway in

Aircraft carrier Akagi at Kure Naval Arsenal, Japan, 6 Apr 1925

[Photo] Aircraft carrier Akagi at Kure Naval Arsenal, Japan, 6 Apr 1925

Japanese carrier Zuikaku

The Japanese aircraft carrier Zuikaku, seen in September of The Zuikaku would soon sail toward Hawaii, one of six aircraft carriers used in the attack by the Imperial Japanese Navy. Naval Historical Center) J

Imperial Japanese Navy aircraft carrier kaga

Imperial Japanese Navy Carrier Kaga: photo taken after her massive refitting. Its smokestack is directed downwards to extinguish the smoke with seawater.

U.S. Navy planes from the aircraft carrier USS Essex (CV-9) attack two Japanese aircraft carriers at Kure, Japan, on 19 March 1945. A SB2C is visible in the upper rights. The ship at bottom is either Amagi or Katsuragi. The other carrier is Kaiyo.

Navy planes from the aircraft carrier USS Essex attack two Japanese aircraft carriers at Kure, Japan, on 19 March A is visible in the upper rights. The ship at bottom is either Amagi or Katsuragi. The other carrier is Kaiyo.

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