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The new episode is going to tell you about the legendary battleship that became a symbol of the end of World War II.
On the eve of the anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, which marked the beginning of the Pacific War, we’re going to tell you about a legendary battleship that became a symbol of the end of the Second World War—Missouri. On September 2, 1945, the Japanese Instrument of Surrender, which officially marked the end of World War II, was signed on board this famous ship.
The ship participated in numerous operations after the end of World War II. Her name was struck off the naval register only in 1995—not that long ago by historical standards. But how did the ship manage to maintain her efficiency throughout the years?
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And she will always be remembered as a naval legend
I was born in Arizona and I find it comforting that the beginning of WW2 is just meters away from the ending and that the Missouri is watching over my state’s ship
Knowing the history…. did anyone else tear up a bit at the part about the kamikaze’s?…. That and the salute to the Arizona at the end got me too…
I’ve been there when I was 18 with my sister. I was imagine what that pilot was thinking just before the impact.
Was melancholy at first but realistically probably “Death to America all hail Emperor” or “Mom they didn’t tell me how to land”
Just made a speech about Pearl Harbor today, there was a half Japanese friend ish that presented right before me.
Its her birthday she explained how she felt adversity because she was half Japanese. She even freaking winked at me when I showed Mount Fuji, damn I feel bad for her. it was pre-prepared I’ve stayed neutral.
The black tears of Pearl Harbor was a scene
When they mentioned the guns were raised to watch over the Arizona, that got me. 🥲
What an amazing storyline. I’m from Arizona, and the USS Arizona is my consumate favorite ship. The story about mooring the Missouri with the guns had me tearing up so fast…
I consider my 3 week long layover in Hawaii while with the USMC one of the most fortunate events of my life thus far. Getting to set foot on Missouri was one of many highlights of my time there. I truly do appreciate WG making these videos highlighting the lives of such historic ships as Missouri. I don’t use twitter so no Missouri for me.
Missouri still has the dent in her hull from the kamikaze aircraft that hit her.
Love this game.
A powerful and historic super battleship–Missouri for ever !!
This is a brilliant video and teaches so much about a great ship. Nice work.
USS Missouri most powerful ship ever built . My brother in law served in the last war the ship was in he was boiler technician. He had said they was hit by one torpedo and the boilers went down they was debating abandon ship then my brother got the boilers going again they limped to port
A truly awesome ship even 70+yrs later Mighty Mo
About time, Naval Legend for the Big Mo. Hope in future you also make the series for Whisky too
My first ship that I ever been on! She is very special
“Hi I’m from the future, I know she’s officially announced in Azur Lane, I hope you’ll be blessed with some RNG”
– Me, obviously
Great quality production… Hope you guys keep up the documentary series
i love this video, it is true and shows the true scale of what happened with the ‘Mighty Mo’ also would love to have her in this great game
I just want the Missouri, I think y’all should let the Missouri to be bought in free XP like it use to be
FINALLY IVE BEEN WAITING SO LONG FOR THIS, *_That’s my home!_*
i had no idea the range finders on those guns were that large
Thank you for this video missouri is my favourite ship of all time.
I’m still confused as to the fact that you haven’t yet devoted an episode of Naval Legends to the most decorated ship of the Royal Navy, The Grand Old Lady, Warspite.