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Massive, Non-Nuclear Explosion From WWII Vessel, SS John Burke

Published Sept. 12, 2021

Incredible WWII, colorized footage of the events which occurred on December 28th, 1944, shows the moments Japanese Kamikaze aircraft struck the SS John Burke, while transporting large quantities of ammunition.


As seen in the footage, the ship was direct impacted by a Japanese aircraft, which was equipped with a 250kg bomb. With the entire vessel engulfed in flames, it was only a matter of seconds before the munitions' on board ignited, further causing a massive explosion. As a result, all forty merchant marine sailors and twenty-nine armed guards were killed.


SS John Burke was one of three Liberty Ships and one of forty-seven ships sunk by kamikaze attacks during World War II. The remains of the SS John Burke lie 1,500 feet below the surface, near 9°1′11″N 123°26′50″E, which are the last tracible coordinates of the ship.


austin marino

Published Sept. 12, 2021

Incredible WWII, colorized footage of the events which occurred on December 28th, 1944, shows the moments Japanese Kamikaze aircraft struck the SS John Burke, while transporting large quantities of ammunition.


As seen in the footage, the ship was direct impacted by a Japanese aircraft, which was equipped with a 250kg bomb. With the entire vessel engulfed in flames, it was only a matter of seconds before the munitions' on board ignited, further causing a massive explosion. As a result, all forty merchant marine sailors and twenty-nine armed guards were killed.


SS John Burke was one of three Liberty Ships and one of forty-seven ships sunk by kamikaze attacks during World War II. The remains of the SS John Burke lie 1,500 feet below the surface, near 9°1′11″N 123°26′50″E, which are the last tracible coordinates of the ship.


austin marino

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