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IJN Battleships "Fuso" and "Yamashiro" off Yuya-Bay, Japan in spring 1935.

IJN Battleships "Fuso" and "Yamashiro" off Yuya-Bay, Japan in spring

KSM Admiral Graf Spee (1 and 2) and KSM Admiral Sheer (3) - Deutschland-class pocket battleships

KSM Admiral Graf Spee and and KSM Admiral Sheer - Deutschland-class pocket battleships

IJN Shinano (信濃?) - Portaerei - Classe unica, derivata dalla Classe Yamato - Entrata in servizio 19 novembre 1944 - Caratteristiche generali Dislocamento 62 000 t Lunghezza 266 m Larghezza 36,3 m Pescaggio 10,3 m Propulsione 12 caldaie a vapore surriscaldato Kanpon, 4 turboriduttori Kanpon, 150 000 CV (110 MW) Velocità 27 nodi (51 km/h) Autonomia 10 000 nm a 27 nodi (18 400 km a 50 km/h) Equipaggio 2 400 - Affondata il 29 novembre 1944 dal sottomarino USS Archerfish

IJN Shinano (信濃?) - Portaerei - Classe unica, derivata dalla Classe Yamato - Entrata in servizio 19 novembre 1944 - Caratteristiche generali Dislocamento 62 000 t Lunghezza 266 m Larghezza 36,3 m Pescaggio 10,3 m Propulsione 12 caldaie a vapore surriscaldato Kanpon, 4 turboriduttori Kanpon, 150 000 CV (110 MW) Velocità 27 nodi (51 km/h) Autonomia 10 000 nm a 27 nodi (18 400 km a 50 km/h) Equipaggio 2 400 - Affondata il 29 novembre 1944 dal sottomarino USS Archerfish

Conventional Richelieu class Battleship by Tzoli

Conventional Richelieu class Battleship by Tzoli

Japanese battleships Fuso (foreground), Nagato (center), and Mutsu (far rear) at Mitajiri, Japan, 1928

Japanese battleships Fuso (foreground), Nagato (center), and Mutsu (far rear) at Mitajiri, Japan, 1928

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Japanese battleship Fusō, the most extreme example of the pagoda mast, a type of japanese superstructure which featured a mass of platforms that included watch points, searchlights, and spotting.

IJN battleship Nagato 大日本帝国海軍戦艦-長門 Nagato in her earlier configuration with the forefunnel having been bent aft to alleviate smoke interference problems in the forward superstructure. The superstructure itself has been modified by now, looking much more massive than in this photo!

IJN battleship Nagato 大日本帝国海軍戦艦-長門 Nagato in her earlier configuration with the forefunnel having been bent aft to alleviate smoke interference problems in the forward superstructure. The superstructure itself has been modified by now, looking much more massive than in this photo!

Zuikaku (瑞鶴) was a Shōkaku-class aircraft carrier of the Imperial Japanese Navy.

Zuikaku (瑞鶴) was a Shōkaku-class aircraft carrier of the Imperial Japanese Navy.

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