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Ryūsaku Yanagimoto was captain of the Sōryū in the Imperial Japanese Navy during World War II. Contents. [hide]. 1 Biography; 2 References. 2.1 Books.

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Yanagimoto (written: 柳本) is a Japanese surname. Notable people with the surname include: Hiroshige Yanagimoto (柳本 啓成) (born 1972), Japanese footballer; Ryusaku Yanagimoto (柳本 柳作) (1894–1942), Japanese admiral ...

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ww2dbaseRyusaku Yanagimoto was high-cheek boned and said to have had a set of intense eyes. Previous served as a naval attaché to Britain and then an ...

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... escorts scuttle her with torpedoes. Captain Ryusaku Yanagimoto, her only commander, goes down with ship. 712 other Japanese from Soryu's crew are killed.

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Ryūsaku Yanagimoto ( 柳本 柳作 Yanagimoto Ryūsaku, 1 September 1894 – 5 June 1942) was captain of the Sōryū in the Imperial Japanese Navy during World  ...

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Jan 7, 2016 ... File:Yanagimoto Ryusaku.jpg. No higher resolution available. Yanagimoto_Ryusaku.jpg (130 × 180 pixels, file size: 5 KB, MIME type: ...

www.asisbiz.com/ships/IJN-Soryu.html

At the outbreak of the Pacific War, commanded by Captain Ryusaku Yanagimoto, Sōryū, in Carrier Division 2, was one of six carriers comprising the Kido Butai ...

steeljawscribe.com/2012/06/01/midway-70-years-later-the-sea-based-air-order-of-battle-japan

Jun 1, 2012 ... Soryu – Captain Yanagimoto Ryusaku, commanding. 18 x A6M2; 16 x D3A1; 18 x B5N2; 3 x A6M2 (6th Air Group); 2 x D4Y1 carrier bomber ...

www.combinedfleet.com/soryu.htm

Bow raised high, she plunged to the bottom taking down 713 officers and men including Captain Yanagimoto Ryusaku, who likely had already perished, but in ...