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Lot-2406-21: Japanese destroyer Asashio class, diagrams, 1938. Halftone copy from the files of the Department of Naval Intelligence, June 1943. Courtesy of the Library of Congress. (2016/05/12).

Lot-2406-21: Japanese destroyer Asashio class, diagrams, 1938. Halftone copy from the files of the Department of Naval Intelligence, June 1943. Courtesy of the Library of Congress. (2016/05/12).

IJN Destroyer Wakaba, a Hatsuharu class, port view 1938. Wakaba was sunk during the Battle of Leyte Gulf, October 24, 1944.

IJN Destroyer Wakaba, a Hatsuharu class, port view 1938. Wakaba was sunk during the Battle of Leyte Gulf, October 24, 1944.

Императорский флот Японии в раскрашенное фото | Форум обороны Индии

Императорский флот Японии в раскрашенное фото | Форум обороны Индии

Destroyer Tanikaze, 1941.(Kure Maritime Museum)

Destroyer Tanikaze, 1941.(Kure Maritime Museum)

Japanese; IJN Atasuki((暁 Dawn), lead ship of the Atasuki class of Destroyers.Also known as Type III Fubuki Class, the 4 ships of this class were based on Fubuki design but her main gun turrets could elevate to 75 deg (oppose to 40 deg) and could be used as AA guns. Sank off Savo on night of 12th-13th November by USN gunfire during the battle for Guadalcanal

Japanese; IJN Atasuki((暁 Dawn), lead ship of the Atasuki class of Destroyers.Also known as Type III Fubuki Class, the 4 ships of this class were based on Fubuki design but her main gun turrets could elevate to 75 deg (oppose to 40 deg) and could be used as AA guns. Sank off Savo on night of 12th-13th November by USN gunfire during the battle for Guadalcanal

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