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Photo # 80-G-414422
Burning Japanese cruiser Mikuma
6 June 1942
Caption: Japanese heavy cruiser Mikuma, photographed from a USS Enterprise (CV-6) SBD aircraft during the Battle of Midway, after she had been bombed by planes from Enterprise and USS Hornet (CV-8). Note her shattered midships structure, torpedo dangling from the after port side tubes and wreckage atop her number four eight-inch gun turret.
Official U.S. Navy Photograph, now in the collections of the National Archives.
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|current||07:20, November 5, 2007||740 × 568 (84 KB)||PhloxBot||Photo # 80-G-414422 Burning Japanese cruiser Mikuma 6 June 1942 == Summary == Caption: Japanese heavy cruiser Mikuma, photographed from a USS Enterprise (CV-6) SBD aircraft during the Battle of Midway, after she had been bombed by planes from Enterpr|