The HMS Sussex bears the imprint of an unsuccessful kamikaze attack near the water line by a Japanese Mitsubishi fighter (July It oddly reminds me of a splattered fly on a windshield.
On 26 July 1945 HMS Sussex’s Task Force was attacked by two attack bombers acting as “Kamikaze” suicide weapons. One made an imprint on the side of the HMS Sussex, from which it could be identified as.
Perfect imprint of a crashed airplane upon a warship.
World War Colorisation
The HMS Sussex, showing a Kamikaze "imprint". Probably from a Kate, fixed landing gear dive bomber.
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