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Bismarck, Iowa, Yamato

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Imperial Japanese Navy Battleship Yamato 大日本帝国海軍戦艦-大和

Imperial Japanese Navy Battleship Yamato 大日本帝国海軍戦艦-大和

Japanese Battleship Yamato, ablaze from stem to stern, with bombs blasting her forward turret, during the furious 3-day engagement in the Philippines, end of Oct. 1944. Yamato and her sister ship, Musashi, were the heaviest and most powerfully armed battleships ever constructed, armed with nine 46 cm ( 18.1 inch) 45 Caliber Type 94 main guns. Yamato was sunk in April 1945 by American bombers, with loss of most of her crew.

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26-inch thick armor from Japanese Yamato class battleship pierced by a US Navy 16-inch gun. The armor is on display at the US Navy Museum.

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26-inch thick armor from Japanese Yamato class battleship pierced by a US Navy 16-inch gun. The armor is on display at the US Navy Museum.

IJN Yamato 1/700 Scale Model

IJN Yamato 1/700 Scale Model

IJN Yamato (大和?), named after the ancient Japanese Yamato Province, was the lead ship of the Yamato class of battleships that served with the Imperial Japanese Navy during World War II. On 7 April 1945 she was sunk by American carrier-based bombers and torpedo bombers with the loss of most of her crew.

Colorizations By Users - "Yamato" big guns.

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Artificially coloured, this relatively unknown picture gives a good impression of the scale of 71000 ton, 18 in Japanese super-battleship Yamato - together with her sister Musashi, the largest such vessels ever built by a significant margin.  Musashi was sunk in October 1944 and Yamato in April 1945, both by sustained air attack.

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Artificially coloured, this relatively unknown picture gives a good impression of the scale of 71000 ton, 18 in Japanese super-battleship Yamato - together with her sister Musashi, the largest such vessels ever built by a significant margin. Musashi was sunk in October 1944 and Yamato in April 1945, both by sustained air attack.

Yamato just before operation Ten-go taken by  B29recon plane.

Yamato just before operation Ten-go taken by B29recon plane.

This is stunning! Incredible 1/350 IJN KONGO 1944 by Hyun Soo Kim, enjoy!

IJN Battleship Yamato "Ten-Ichi-Go" which was believed to be her last configuration, before being sunk in Okinawa, April 7, 1945.

IJN Yamato Ten-Ichi-Go

Our latest version of the Battleship Yamato 3D model! This representation shows the battleship Yamato which is believed to be her last configuration.� During...

IJNIJN Yamato (大和) - Corazzata - Caratteristiche generali Dislocamento a vuoto: 65.027 t (di cui 21.266 t di corazzatura) a pieno carico (stima): 72.810 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) Velocità 27 nodi (51 km/h) Autonomia 8.000 mn a 18 nodi (14.800 km a 33 km/h) Equipaggio 2.750 uomini

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IJNIJN Yamato (大和) - Corazzata - Caratteristiche generali Dislocamento a vuoto: 65.027 t (di cui 21.266 t di corazzatura) a pieno carico (stima): 72.810 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) Velocità 27 nodi (51 km/h) Autonomia 8.000 mn a 18 nodi (14.800 km a 33 km/h) Equipaggio 2.750 uomini

IJN Yamato 1/350 Scale Model

Incredible Ships Come In All Shapes And Sizes (31 pics)

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IJN NAGATO 1

IJN NAGATO 1

Amazing view of the IJN Yamato battleship, the world's most powerful and largest battleship in history. 72,800 tons with 18.1" main guns capable of firing a 3,000 lb. shell over 26 miles!

Amazing view of the IJN Yamato battleship, the world's most powerful and largest battleship in history. 72,800 tons with 18.1" main guns capable of firing a 3,000 lb. shell over 26 miles!

Japanese battleship Yamato blows up, following massive attacks by U.S. Navy carrier planes north of Okinawa, 7 April 1945. An escorting destroyer is at left.  Photographed from a USS Yorktown (CV-10) plane

US planes sink Yamato – world’s largest battleship