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Japanese battleship Haruna, seen here at speed after her major reconstruction in 1934.

A magnificent colourised photo of the Japanese battleship Haruna, seen here at speed after her major reconstruction in 1934

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Yamato, 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

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Imperial Japanese Navy battleship Fuso listing as the crew is conducting localized flooding and drainage damage-control tests.

IJN Takao ( 高雄) - Incrociatore pesante, casse Takao - Caratteristiche generali Dislocamento	standard 15.781 Lunghezza	203,76 m Larghezza	20 m Pescaggio	6,3 m Propulsione	12 caldaie a vapore surriscaldato Kanpon per 4 alberi motore; 130.000 hp (110 MW) Velocità	34 nodi Autonomia	8.000 miglia a 14 nodi Equipaggio	773 - Affondata come bersaglio il 19 ottobre 1946

Imperial Japanese Navy - IJN Heavy cruiser "TAKAO" on sea trials at Tateyama

IJN Kirishima in 1932 - Corazzata - Classe Kongō Cantiere	Nagasaki Entrata in servizio	aprile 1915 Destino finale	affondata, 15 novembre 1942 Caratteristiche generali Dislocamento	37.187 t Lunghezza	222 m Larghezza	31 m Pescaggio	9,7 m Propulsione Turbine a vapore 4 assi elica Velocità	30 nodi (56 km/h) Autonomia	10 000 nm a 14 nodi (18 520 km a 26 km/h) Equipaggio 1 360

IJN Kirishima in 1932 - Corazzata - Classe Kongō Cantiere Nagasaki Entrata in…

Japanese Battleship IJN Nagato, during the war.

16 in Japanese battleship Nagato in looking significantly different after reconstruction in the she was Admiral Yamamoto's flagship during the Pearl Harbor attack in She survived to be expended as a US nuclear test target in

IJN Hyuga in her battleship configuration 日向

battleship Hyuga before and after the refit that added her a typical pagoda mast like the Fuso and kongo classes. Posteriorly she was converted in a hybrid Battleship/aircraft carrier.

JIN Ise (伊勢) - Ise-class battleship - Completed: 15 December 1917 Displacement: 31,260 long tons (31,760 t) (standard) 36,500 long tons (37,100 t) (full load) Length: 195.07 meters (640.0 ft) (p.p.) 208.18 meters (683.0 ft) (o.a.) Beam: 28.65 meters (94.0 ft) Draft: 8.93 meters (29 ft 4 in) Installed power: 45,000 shp (34,000 kW) - Speed: 23 knots (43 km/h; 26 mph) Range: 9,680 nmi (17,930 km; 11,140 mi) at 14 knots (26 km/h; 16 mph) Complement: 1,198 - Sunk by air attack, 28 July 1945

Another fine photo of the Japanese battleship Ise, now in service at the end of seen here in Kobe harbour, near the end of the first world war.

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