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Musashi in 1944, the year she was sunk: mounting 9 x 18 in guns and displacing over 70000 tons, she was (by some margin) one of the two biggest battleships ever built, her sister Yamato being the other.

IJN battleship Musashi displacing over 70000 tons, she was one of the two biggest battleships ever built, her sister Yamato being the other.

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The Biggest War Machines Ever Built - Mighty Monsters of the Seas...Check Out the Size of the Guns Too!

71000 ton, 18 in Japanese super-battleship Yamato - together with her sister Musashi, the largest such vessels ever built Musashi was sunk in October 1944 and Yamato in April both by sustained air attack.

JIN  Musashii - Dislocamento	a vuoto: 68.200 t  - Lunghezza	263 m Larghezza	38,9 m Pescaggio	11 m Propulsione	12 caldaie a vapore surriscaldato Kanpon, 4 turboriduttori Kanpon, 150.000 CV (110 MW), 4 eliche tripala da 6 m di diametro Velocità	27,46 nodi (50,86 km/h) Autonomia	7.200 mn a 16 nodi (13.000 km a 30 km/h) Equipaggio	2.399 uomini.

18 in forward turrets of Japanese super-battleship Musashi, sister of the better known Yamato. She was sunk by US carrier aircraft in late

The Mighty Japanese Battleship Musashi – The Launch that Flooded Nagasaki

The Mighty Japanese Battleship Musashi - The Launch that Flooded Nagasaki

The Mighty Japanese Battleship Musashi – The Launch that Flooded Nagasaki

Line drawing of IJN Battleship 'Yamato' in her final configuration on April the 7th 1945. This was the lead ship of the Yamato class of battleships that served with the Imperial Japanese Navy during World War II. She and her sister ship, Musashi, were the heaviest and most powerfully armed battleships ever constructed. Named after the ancient Japanese Yamato Province, she was launched on 8 August 1940 and served as the flagship of the Japanese Combined Fleet in 1942. Image: Alexpl

New Footage Shows Wreck Of Japanese Super Battleship Sunk In WWII

- Japanese battleship Yamato - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Paul Allen was an original founder of Microsoft, started a space launch company and now owns the Seattle Seahawks, as well as one of the world's largest yachts, which comes with its own submarine. With a long list of accomplishments under his belt, he did the one thing you would do. Go looking for sunken battleships.

Billionaire Paul Allen Finds Sunken Battleship With Private Submarine

World's Largest Battleship Imperial Japanese Navy battleship Yamato .full power trials in Sukumo Bay 1941

Imperial Japanese Navy Battleship Musashi (sister ship to the Yamato). The Musashi was sunk on October 24, 1944, by American Carrier aircraft during the Battle of Leyte Gulf.

[Photo] Musashi, Yamato, a cruiser, and Nagato at Brunei, Borneo, Oct 1944

戦艦 武蔵 Imperial Japanese Navy Battleship Musashi (sister ship to the Yamato. The Musashi was sunk on October by American Carrier aircraft during the Battle of Leyte Gulf.

IJN  Musashi. The Japanese had a number of large battleships.  The Yamamoto was the world's largest.

The Japanese battleship Yamato cruises at full speed. She and her sister ship Mushahi were the heaviest battleships ever constructed. Neither ship survived Yamato was sent to the bottom on April 1945 with the loss of officers and ratings.

Yamato 18 inch battleship guns pics -I- | Wallpaper Picture Photo

Yamato 18 inch battleship guns pics -I- | Wallpaper Picture Photo

Imperial Japanese Navy Battleship Musashi On Sea Trials. June - July, 1942. ,

Imperial Japanese Navy Battleship Musashi On Sea Trials.

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