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Japanese Minekaze-class lead ship destroyer Minekaze on sea trials at Maizuru, September

Imperial Japanese Navy Light Cruiser Tama 1922. Colorized

IJN Light Cruiser Tama to colorized.

USS Hornet, deck full of B-25s, headed for "30 Seconds Over Tokyo".

USS Hornet, deck full of headed for the Seconds Over Tokyo" raid on 18 April

The world's largest battleship, Yamato.  On this day in 1945 the Japanese battleship Yamato was sunk by American planes 200 miles north of Okinawa while en route to a suicide mission in Operation Ten-Go.

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

"UZUKI" (卯月 ”April”) was a (320') Mutsuki Class Destroyer – Commissioned: 14 September 1926 – Crew: 229 Officers and Enlisted - Armament: 4 x 4.7 Inch (120mm) Gun (4 x Single Mounts) 6 x 24 Inch (610mm) Torpedo Tubes (2 x Triple Launch tubes) 18 x Depth Charges or 16 Mines – Attacked by USN Torpedo Boats PT-490 and PT-492 50 Miles NE of Cebu at 11°03′N 124°23′E - Exploded and Sank with the loss of 170 Crew - 59 Survivors.

Japanese Mutsuki-class destroyer Uzuki on sea trials at Tateyama, Japan, August

1908: IJN Battleship "Hizen" at Sasebo Naval Yard. ex-Russian Battleship "Retvizan" captured 1905. #japan1908

IJN Battleship "Hizen" at Sasebo Naval Yard. ex-Russian Battleship "Retvizan" captured 1905

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.

二番砲塔撤去、機銃増設工事後の駆逐艦『潮(うしお)』(詳細不明)  Destroyer "Ushio" . The "Ushio" is a meaning…

Imperial Japanese Navy in colorized photos

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