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Japanese imperial navy Battleship NATSUGUMO

Destroyer Natsugumo underway, 22 November 1939 - Pin it by Gustavo Bueso-Jacquier

IJN Aircraft Carrier Zuikaku at Bungo-channel, October 1941. Notice a Zero fighter flying above...!

The IJN Carrier Zuikaku in Bungo Channel October 1941 rehearsing for the planned attack on Pearl Harbor.

Yūgiri (夕霧) was a Fubuki-class destroyers, built for the Imperial Japanese Navy following World War I. When introduced into service, these ships were the most powerful destroyers in the world. They served as first-line destroyers through the 1930,s, and remained formidable ship weapons well into the Pacific War.

Yūgiri (夕霧) was a Fubuki-class destroyers, built for the Imperial Japanese Navy following World War I. When introduced into service, these ships were the most powerful destroyers in the world. They served as first-line destroyers through the 1930,s, and remained formidable ship weapons well into the Pacific War.

Imperial Japanese Navy in colorized photos | Indian Defence Forum

Colorized photograph of Japanese destroyer Shimakaze on sea trials, Miyazu Bay, Japan, 5 May

IJN Asashio-class destroyer Yamagumo on sea trials, September 1939.

IJN Asashio-class destroyer Yamagumo on sea trials, September

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IJN Asashio - Caccia torpediniere - Dislocamento	2408 t Lunghezza	115 m Larghezza	10,3 m Pescaggio	3,7 m Propulsione	2 Gruppi di turbine a vapore su 2 assi; 3 caldaie; potenza 50.000hp Velocità	35 nodi Autonomia	5700 n.mi. a 10 nodi Equipaggio	200

IJN Asashio - Caccia torpediniere - Dislocamento 2408 t Lunghezza 115 m Larghezza 10,3 m Pescaggio 3,7 m Propulsione 2 Gruppi di turbine a vapore su 2 assi; 3 caldaie; potenza 50.000hp Velocità 35 nodi Autonomia 5700 n.mi. a 10 nodi Equipaggio 200

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