Japanese War Wreckage

These eerie images reveal one of the world’s largest ship graveyard – with items including gas masks, bullets and personal photographs perfectly preserved 70 years after the World War Two attack. The haunting shots were taken in the Chuuk Lagoon – a sheltered body of water in the Central Pacific and a main base for Japan during the Second World War. The site was targeted by the United States Navy on February 17th 1944, in an attack which became known as Operation Hailstone.

These eerie images reveal one of the world's largest ship graveyard - with items including gas masks, bullets and personal photographs perfectly preserved 70 years after the World War Two attack. The haunting shots were taken in the Chuuk Lagoon - a sheltered body of water in the Central Pacific and a main base for Japan during the Second World War. The site was targeted by the United States Navy on February 17th 1944, in an attack which became known as Operation Hailstone.

These eerie images reveal one of the world's largest ship graveyard - with items including gas masks, bullets and personal photographs perfectly preserved 70 years after the World War Two attack. The haunting shots were taken in the Chuuk Lagoon - a sheltered body of water in the Central Pacific and a main base for Japan during the Second World War. The site was targeted by the United States Navy on February 17th 1944, in an attack which became known as Operation Hailstone.

These eerie images reveal one of the world's largest ship graveyard - with items including gas masks, bullets and personal photographs perfectly preserved 70 years after the World War Two attack. The haunting shots were taken in the Chuuk Lagoon - a sheltered body of water in the Central Pacific and a main base for Japan during the Second World War. The site was targeted by the United States Navy on February 17th 1944, in an attack which became known as Operation Hailstone.

These eerie images reveal one of the world's largest ship graveyard - with items including gas masks, bullets and personal photographs perfectly preserved 70 years after the World War Two attack. The haunting shots were taken in the Chuuk Lagoon - a sheltered body of water in the Central Pacific and a main base for Japan during the Second World War. The site was targeted by the United States Navy on February 17th 1944, in an attack which became known as Operation Hailstone.