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Mitsubishi A5MquotClaudequot In 1934 the Imperial Japanese Navy

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Taigei (top), as originally launched in 1933 as a submarine depot ship, and the I-71, a Kadai-VI-class submarine, completed in 1934, are both portrayed on ...

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Imperial Japanese Navy Battleship “Nagato”, c. 1925.

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ARMY Japanese destroyer Hibiki

Carrier aviation[edit]

(Kongo in 1934 - colorized photo by Irootoko Jr.)

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Imperial Japanese Navy battleship Kongō in drydock at Yokosuka Naval Arsenal during her first reconstruction, October

(HARUNA in 1934 after major reconstruction-colorized by Irootoko, Jr)

Imperial Japanese Navy aircraft carrier “Akagi”, c. 1930.

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An Imperial Japanese Navy Mitsubishi A6M Zero fighter on the aircraft carrier Akagi - Stock Image

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Imperial Japanese Navy in colorized photos

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... Imperial Japanese Navy. Kaga conducting air operations in 1930. On the upper deck are Mitsubishi B1M torpedo bombers

Common Sense in an Uncommon Way, Imperial Japanese Navy

Imperial Japanese navy predreadnought battleship Asahi in

WWII Japanese Navy heavy cruisers

Picture of Mitsubishi F1M (Pete) Reconnaissance Biplane Floatplane Aircraft

Fusō, a classical name for Japan) was the lead ship of the two Fusō-class dreadnought battleships built for the Imperial Japanese Navy.

IJN Submarine Depot Ships

The I-169 Shinohara Submarine was a KD 6 A (I-168) Class submarine built for the Imperial Japanese Navy and launched 15 FEB 1934.

The IJN Carrier "Akagi" with a full compliment of planes at sea during 1930

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Shinano (信濃) was an aircraft carrier built by the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) during World War II, the largest such built up to that time.

Japanese Aircraft Carrier "Akagi" at Indian Ocean

Crockery on a sunken Imperial Japanese Navy cargo ship in Truk Lagoon - Stock Image

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Imperial Japanese Navy Aircraft Carrier “Soryu”

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Picture of Mitsubishi A5M (Claude) Carrier-borne Fighter Aircraft

Mitsubishi ZERO Airfix box art by Adam Tooby - Air Group Kokuta, Imperial Japanese Navy, Rabul, September 1942

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Imperial Russian Navy battleship Tsesarevich 1904

Morskaya Kollektsia Morskaya Kollektsia Akagi Imperial Japanese Navy Aircraft Carrier of period: From Pearl Harbor to Midway magazine.

Imperial Japanese Navy Hyuga - Ise class battleship. Her decks look incredibly packed here!

Mitsubishi A6M5 Zero being fueled for mission Saipan 1944. Imperial Japanese NavyWw2 PlanesThe SouthSouth PacificInteresting ...

The Guadalcanal campaign[edit]

Imperial Japanese Navy Battleship “Mutsu” Post Card 戦艦 陸奥

Japanese cruiser Haguro

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Japanese Mitsubishi Zero fighter plane on display in the Turning Points gallery

Imperial Japanese Navy Light cruiser Mogami (Heavy cruiser later), running trials off Sukumo Bay at 36 kts.

Mitsubishi Zero Cockpit

Mitsubishi A5M Claude

Type B1 (20 units)[edit]

The Japanese submarine depot ship Tsurugisaki | by umbry101 · Imperial Japanese NavyColorized ...

Japanese carrier aircraft

Yokosuka (Allied reporting name 'Glen') was an Imperial Japanese Navy reconnaissance seaplane transported aboard,and launched from, Japanese submarine ...

Replica of the Japanese-built 1613 galleon San Juan Bautista, in Ishinomaki, Japan

Japanese aircraft carrier Ryūjō - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Yamato 1941

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USS Wasp (CV 7) burning and listing after she was torpedoed by the Japanese submarine I-19, on 15 September 1942

Imperial Japanese Navy Air Service Ace Pilot Hiroyoshi Nishizawa in his Mitsubishi Zero, while serving

The Birth of Japanese Naval Aviation: part 2

Picture of Type 89 Chi-Ro Medium Tank

Mitsubishi A5M versions

Mitsubishi A6M2 "Zero" Model 21 on the flight deck of carrier Shōkaku, 26 October 1942, Battle of the Santa Cruz Islands.