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Japanese naval aircraft prepare to take off from an aircraft carrier (reportedly Shokaku) to attack Pearl Harbour during the morning of 7 December 1941. Plane in the foreground is a Mitsubishi A6M Zero. This is probably the launch of the second attack wave. The original photograph was captured on Attu in 1943.

Background notes: Mitsubishi A6M Zero
English: The Mitsubishi A6M Zero was a Japanese fighter aircraft of World War II
日本語: 三菱零式艦上戦闘機
中文 : 零式戰機,簡稱零戰,編號A6M,是第二次世界大战时期日本海軍航空隊最主要战斗机种,從中國戰場一直使用到二次世界大戰結束,整個太平洋戰區都可以見到她的蹤影,同時也是日本海軍產量最大的戰鬥機,由三菱與中島兩家公司共同生產10449架各式零式戰鬥機。

Mitsubishi A6M Zero

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Public domain This photographic image was published before December 31st 1956, or photographed before 1946 and not published for 10 years thereafter, under jurisdiction of the Government of Japan. Thus this photographic image is considered to be public domain according to article 23 of old copyright law of Japan and article 2 of supplemental provision of copyright law of Japan.
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