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Ex-crew recognizes photos of sunken Japanese battleship
WW2 Battleship Musashi sank 1944 is FOUND > 1K M deep by MY Octopus Sibuyan sea, bow Chrysanthemum, huge anchor. http://t.co/b9ZMA0icI8
Musashi expedition captures amazing video of remarkable WWII warship http://t.co/Ry1NZ4nveW http://t.co/X27GTJMiKl
RIP crew of Musashi, appx 1023 lost. The pic of the valve 1st confirmation of Japanese origin (clues 2 use apprec). http://t.co/BcJgkhWskb
Sept. 20, 1941: Where dinosaurs roamed. Japan's super battleship IJNS YAMATO nearing completion at Kure - Photo YAMATO Museum and NHHC [US].
Sept. 9, 1945: HIJMS NAGATO, the last floating Japanese battleship, in Tokyo Bay - USN, NHHC.
This picture taken on October 24, 1944 shows Japanese battleship Musashi which sank in the Sibuyan Sea in the Philippines after coming under blistering US air raids. Musashi is one of the three then world's largest Yamato-scale vessels -- 263 metre long -- and the last warship built by the Japanese Imperial Army. Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen said March 4, 2015, he has found the Japanese Navy's biggest warship at the bottom of the sea in the Philippines, 70 years after US forces sank it. AFP PHOTO / JIJI PRESS JAPAN OUT (Photo credit should read JIJI PRESS/AFP/Getty Images)
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TOKYO (AP) - A former crewmember on a Japanese battleship that sank during World War II says he recognizes photos taken of wreckage discovered this week off the Philippines by a team led by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen.
Shizuhiko Haraguchi served as a gunnery officer on the Musashi, one of the largest battleships in history, when it was being fitted in Japan before it departed for the Pacific in 1943.