The Type A Ko-hyoteki class was a class of Japanese midget submarines (Ko- hyoteki) used during World War II. They had.
An hour before the air attack, a squadron of tiny Japanese midget submarines attempted to slip into the harbor's defenses, like burglars in the.
Hours before enemy planes filled the skies above Pearl Harbor, Japanese midget submarines were already lurking below water in a.
As part of the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, , the Imperial Japanese Navy painting of midget sub mounted on the deck of another submarine.
Did a Japanese midget submarine launch two torpedoes—one at the USS West Virginia (BB) and one at the USS Oklahoma (BB)—on Pearl Harbor's.