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Secrets of the Dead: Japanese Supersub including photos of the original Japanese and United States naval crews, stills from animated renderings of the I-400 in action, and the final moment of surrender when the sub was captured.
One of two I-400s under sail.
Negotiations were tense aboard the super subs after surrender to the U.S. Navy.
Historians in the film’s "War Room" explore the secrets of Japan's secret I-400 aircraft-carrying submarine. From left to right: Eric Grove, Carl Boyd, Osamu Tagaya.
Animated rendering of an I-400 launching an attack on New York City.
Cutaway view of an I-400 submerged with three bombers in its water-tight hangar.
I-400 submarine’s long launch ramp.
U.S. Navy personnel inspect the I-400's huge watertight hangar.
Animated rendering of an I-400 with planes in its hangers.
Captured I-400 submarine off the coast of Japan soon after the war's end.
U.S. Navy and Japanese officers and crew members had to learn to communicate to the operate the captured subs.
Once they arrived at Pearl Harbor the captured supersubs were put in dry dock and carefully inspected.
The captured I-400 with its new Anglicized lettering on the conning tower.
I-400 flying the black flag of surrender