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Super Drawings in 3D No 31 The Japanese Aircraft Carrier Kaga Stefan Dramiński ISBN 978-83-64596-22-3 • about 80 pages• 120 renders• 1 × double B2 sheet with scale drawings• Gloss coated paper• Format (sizes): A4 (210x297 mm)• Booklet binding Japanese aircraft carrier “Kaga”. She was initially being built as a battleship, but as a result of a coincidence she became one of the first large carriers in history. She was a part of Japanese Kidō Butai, a group of carriers that decided about the

Super Drawings in 3D No 31 The Japanese Aircraft Carrier Kaga Stefan Dramiński ISBN 978-83-64596-22-3 • about 80 pages• 120 renders• 1 × double B2 sheet with scale drawings• Gloss coated paper• Format (sizes): A4 (210x297 mm)• Booklet binding Japanese aircraft carrier “Kaga”. She was initially being built as a battleship, but as a result of a coincidence she became one of the first large carriers in history. She was a part of Japanese Kidō Butai, a group of carriers that decided about the

U-237 breaching the surface North Atlantic 1942.

U-237 breaching the surface North Atlantic 1942.

KMS Graf Zeppelin - portaerei classe Graf Zeppelin - Varata	8 dicembre 1938 Completata: mai - Dislocamento	standard: 24.114 t a pieno carico: 27.750 Lunghezza	257,20 m Larghezza	27,00 m Pescaggio	7,29 m Propulsione	4 turbine da 36.750 kW = 50.000 CV Velocità	33,8 nodi  (62 km/h) Equipaggio	1.720 marinai + 306 del personale di volo. - Affondata nel mar Baltico il 18 giugno 1947

KMS Graf Zeppelin - portaerei classe Graf Zeppelin - Varata 8 dicembre 1938 Completata: mai - Dislocamento standard: 24.114 t a pieno carico: 27.750 Lunghezza 257,20 m Larghezza 27,00 m Pescaggio 7,29 m Propulsione 4 turbine da 36.750 kW = 50.000 CV Velocità 33,8 nodi (62 km/h) Equipaggio 1.720 marinai + 306 del personale di volo. - Affondata nel mar Baltico il 18 giugno 1947

Japanese aircraft carrier Ryūjō (龍驤 "prancing dragon") was a light aircraft carrier built for the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) during the early 1930s (when this photo was taken). Ryūjō next participated in the Battle of the Aleutian Islands in June. She was sunk by American carrier aircraft at the Battle of the Eastern Solomons on 24 August 1942.

Japanese aircraft carrier Ryūjō (龍驤 "prancing dragon") was a light aircraft carrier built for the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) during the early 1930s (when this photo was taken). Ryūjō next participated in the Battle of the Aleutian Islands in June. She was sunk by American carrier aircraft at the Battle of the Eastern Solomons on 24 August 1942.

IJN Nagato (長門?) 1946 - Corazzata classe Nagato - Dislocamento	32.720 t Lunghezza 215,8 m Larghezza	29,2 m Pescaggio	9,8 m Velocità	26 nodi Autonomia	5 500 mn (10 200 km; 6 300 mi) a 16 n (30 km/h; 18 mph) Armamento Armamento artiglieria alla costruzione: 4 torri binate con cannoni da 410 mm Type 3 20 cannoni singoli da 140 mm Type 3 4 cannoni da 76 mm Type 3 1944: 4 torri binate con cannoni da 410 mm Type 3 18 cannoni singoli da 140 mm Type 3

IJN Nagato (長門?) 1946 - Corazzata classe Nagato - Dislocamento 32.720 t Lunghezza 215,8 m Larghezza 29,2 m Pescaggio 9,8 m Velocità 26 nodi Autonomia 5 500 mn (10 200 km; 6 300 mi) a 16 n (30 km/h; 18 mph) Armamento Armamento artiglieria alla costruzione: 4 torri binate con cannoni da 410 mm Type 3 20 cannoni singoli da 140 mm Type 3 4 cannoni da 76 mm Type 3 1944: 4 torri binate con cannoni da 410 mm Type 3 18 cannoni singoli da 140 mm Type 3

The U-575 was a Type VIIC U-boat of German Kriegsmarine during World War II. She was laid down on 1 August 1940 at Blohm & Voss, Hamburg as 'werk' 551, launched on 30 April 1941 and commissioned on 19 June under the command of Kapitänleutnant Günther Heydemann.  She was a member of 18 wolfpacks, carried out ten patrols, sank eight ships totalling 36,010 GRT and damaged three other of 29,777 GRT.

The U-575 was a Type VIIC U-boat of German Kriegsmarine during World War II. She was laid down on 1 August 1940 at Blohm & Voss, Hamburg as 'werk' 551, launched on 30 April 1941 and commissioned on 19 June under the command of Kapitänleutnant Günther Heydemann. She was a member of 18 wolfpacks, carried out ten patrols, sank eight ships totalling 36,010 GRT and damaged three other of 29,777 GRT.

Fleet Carrier Kaga, Auxiliary Carrier Junyo, Heavy Cruiser Myoko, Heavy Cruiser Suzuya

Fleet Carrier Kaga, Auxiliary Carrier Junyo, Heavy Cruiser Myoko, Heavy Cruiser Suzuya

"U-48, the most successful U-Boat in World War II, returning to base after a successful patrol" The U-48 was a Type VIIB U-boat of German Kriegsmarine during World War II. She was laid down on 10 Mar 1937 at F. Krupp Germaniawerft AG, Kiel as 'werk' 583, launched on 8 Mar 1939 and commissioned on 22 Apr 1939 under the command of Kapitänleutnant (Kptlt.) Herbert Schultze. When war was declared, she was already in position in the North Atlantic,

"U-48, the most successful U-Boat in World War II, returning to base after a successful patrol" The U-48 was a Type VIIB U-boat of German Kriegsmarine during World War II. She was laid down on 10 Mar 1937 at F. Krupp Germaniawerft AG, Kiel as 'werk' 583, launched on 8 Mar 1939 and commissioned on 22 Apr 1939 under the command of Kapitänleutnant (Kptlt.) Herbert Schultze. When war was declared, she was already in position in the North Atlantic,

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