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Author Topic: Warships of the Imperial Japanese Navy in World War II  (Read 6415 times)
Mad Russian
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« on: 21 May 2009, 04:14:26 »
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Warships of the Imperial Japanese Navy in World War II



Individual Ships, listed alphabetically by name:

    * Akagi (Aircraft Carrier, 1927-1942)
    * Akatsuki (Destroyer, 1932-1942)
    * Akizuki (Destroyer, 1942-1944)
    * Amagiri (Destroyer, 1930-1944)
    * Aoba (Cruiser, 1927-1945)
    * Argentina Maru (Transport, 1941-1942)
    * Azuma (Ironclad Ram, 1865). Named Kôtetsu until 1871. Originally CSS Stonewall

    * Brazil Maru (Transport, 1941-1942)
    * Chikuma (Heavy Cruiser, 1939-1944)
    * Chokai (Heavy Cruiser, 1932-1944)
    * Furutaka (Cruiser, 1926-1942)

    * Ha-19 (Type "A" Midget Submarine, 1938-1941)
    * Ha-101 (Transport Submarine, 1944-1946)
    * Ha-102 (Transport Submarine, 1944-1946)
    * Ha-104 (Transport Submarine, 1944-1946)
    * Haguro (Cruiser, 1929-1945)
    * Haruna (Battlecruiser & Battleship, 1915-1945)
    * Hatsuzakura (Destroyer, 1945-1947)
    * Hiei (Battlecruiser, Training Ship & Battleship, 1914-1942)
    * Hiryu (Aircraft Carrier, 1939-1942)
    * Hosho (Aircraft Carrier, 1922-1947)

    * I-58 (Submarine, 1944-1946)
    * I-68 (Submarine, 1933-1943), later renamed I-168
    * I-168 (Submarine, 1933-1943), formerly named I-68
    * I-369 (Submarine, 1944-1946)
    * Ikazuchi (Destroyer, 1932-1944)
    * Itsukushima (Minelayer/Netlayer, 1929-1944)

    * Jintsu (Light Cruiser, 1925-1943)
    * Junyo (Aircraft Carrier, 1942-1947)

    * Kaga (Aircraft Carrier, 1926-1942)
    * Kaiyo (Escort Aircraft Carrier, 1943-1945)
    * Kako (Cruiser, 1926-1942)
    * Kikuzuki (Destroyer, 1926-1942)
    * Kinai Maru (Merchant Freighter, 1930-1943)
    * Kinugasa (Cruiser, 1927-1942)
    * Kirishima (Battlecruiser & Battleship, 1915-1942)
    * Kongo (Battlecruiser & Battleship, 1913-1944)
    * Kôtetsu (Ironclad Ram, 1865). Renamed Azuma in 1871. Originally CSS Stonewall

    * Mikuma (Cruiser, 1934-1942)
    * Minegumo (Destroyer, 1938-1943)
    * Murasame (Destroyer, 1937-1943)
    * Musashi (Battleship, 1942-1944)
    * Mutsuki (Destroyer, 1926-1942)

    * Nagatsuki (Destroyer, 1927-1943)
    * Nisshin (Seaplane Carrier, 1942-1943)

    * Ro-58 (Submarine, 1922-1945). Originally named Number 47
    * Ryujo (Aircraft Carrier, 1933-1942)

    * Shimakaze (Destroyer, 1943-1944)
    * Shinano (Aircraft Carrier, 1944)
    * Shoho (Aircraft Carrier, 1942-1942). Formerly the submarine support ship Tsurugisaki (1939-1941)
    * Shokaku (Aircraft Carrier, 1941-1944)
    * Soryu (Aircraft Carrier, 1937-1942)

    * Takasago Maru (Hospital Ship, 1941-1947)
    * Tenryu (Light Cruiser, 1919-1942)

    * Yamato (Battleship, 1941-1945)
    * Yasoshima (Escort Vessel & Cruiser, 1944-1944. Ex-Chinese Ping Hai)
    * Yubari (Light Cruiser, 1923-1944)
    * Yukikaze (Destroyer, 1940-1947)
    * Yura (Light Cruiser, 1923-1942)
    * Zuikaku (Aircraft Carrier, 1941-1944)


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Mad Russian
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« Reply #1 on: 21 May 2009, 04:41:16 »
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Battle Ship
   Class1 "Mikasa"
   "Yamato" Class "Yamato"
   "Yamato" Class "Musashi"
   "Nagato" Class "Nagato"
   "Nagato" Class "Mutsu"
   "Huso" Class "Huso"
   "Huso" Class "Yamashiro"
   "Kongo" Class "Kongo"
   "Kongo" Class "Hiei"
   "Kongo" Class "Haruna"
   "Kongo" Class "Kirishima"
Aircraft Battle Ship
   "Ise" Class "Ise"
   "Ise" Class "Hyuga"
Aircraft Carrier
   "Shinano" Class "Shinano"
   "Akagi" Class "Akagi"
   "Kaga" Class "Kaga"
   "Soryu" Class "Soryu"
   "Hiryu" Class "Hiryu"
   "Shokaku" Class "Shokaku"
   "Shokaku" Class "Zuikaku"
Heavy Cruiser
   "Takao" Class "Takao"
Aircraft Cruiser
   "Mogami" Class "Mogami"
Heavy Torpedo Cruiser
   "Kuma" Class "Ooi"
   "Kuma" Class "Kitagami"
Coast-Defense Ship
   "Ukuru" Class "Shiga"
Seaplane Tender
   "Chitose" Class "Chitose"
   "Mizuho" Class "Mizuho"
   Kamikawa-Maru
   Kimikawa-Maru
Submarine Depot Ship
   "Taigei" Cluss "Taigei"
   "Tsurugizaki" Cluss "Tsurugizaki"
   Heian-Maru
Minelayer
   "Tsugaru" Cluss "Tsugaru"
Oiler
   Shiretoko Class Oiler "Shiretoko"
Aircraft Carrier Submarine
   I-Go 14 Type (Type "Ko-Kai 2" : Modified A Type2) I-Go 14
   I-Go 15 Type (Type "Otsu" : Type B) I-Go 26
   I-Go 54 Type (Type "Otsu-Kai 2" : Modified B Type2) I-Go 54
   I-Go 400 Type (Special Submarine) I-Go 402
Submarine
   Experimental Boat No.71
Suicide Attack Boat
   Suiside Attack Boat "Shinyo"
Midget Submarine
   A-Target Type A ("Ko- Hyoteki" Type "Ko")
   A-Target Type C ("Ko- Hyoteki" Type "Hei")
   Koryu (A-Target Type D : "Ko-Hyoteki" Type "Tei")
   "Kairyu" Midget Submarine
   "Kaiten" Type1 Suicide Attack Midget Submarine
   "Kaiten" Type2 Suicide Attack Midget Submarine
   "Kaiten" Type3 Suicide Attack Midget Submarine
   Mine Layer Submarine "Shinkai"
   U-Kanamono


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