Battleships Yamato and Musashi
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Musashi (武蔵), named after the former Japanese province, was one of three Yamatoclass battleships built for the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN), beginning in the late 1930s. The Yamatoclass ships were the heaviest and most powerfully armed battleships ever constructed, displacing almost 72,000 long tons (73,000 t) fully loaded and armed with nine 46centimetre (18.1 in) main guns. Lire la suite
Battleships Yamato and Musashi (Anatomy of The Ship) [Janusz Skulski, Stefan Draminski] on . *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Equipped with the largest guns and heaviest armour and with the greatest displacement of any ship ever built Lire la suite
Although five Yamatoclass vessels had been planned in 1937, only three—two battleships and a converted aircraft carrier—were completed.All three vessels were built in extreme secrecy, to prevent American intelligence officials from learning of their existence and specifications; indeed, the United States' Office of Naval Intelligence only became aware of Yamato and Musashi by name in late Lire la suite
The Battleships Yamato and Musashi: Selected Photos from the Archives of the Kure Maritime Museum; (The Japanese Naval Warship Photo Albums) [Kure Maritime Museum, Kazushige Todaka, Robert D. Eldridge] on . *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Originally published in Japan in 2005, each album in The Japanese Naval Warship photo album series contains official photographs taken by the Lire la suite
The Battleships Yamato and Musashi. Selected Photos from the Archives of the Kure Maritime Museum; Edited by the Kure Maritime Museum and Kazushige Todaka; Translated by Robert D. Eldridge These pictorial records document the main types of Japanese vessels, from battleships to submarines, based on the best images from Shizuo Fukui, a former Lire la suite
Equipped with the largest guns and heaviest armour and with the greatest displacement of any ship ever built, the Yamato proved to be a formidable opponent to the US Pacific Fleet in the Second World War. The book contains a full description of the design and construction of the battleship including wartime modifications, and a career history followed by a substantial pictorial section with Lire la suite
The largest battleships ever built were Yamato and Musashi of the Imperial Japanese Navy.These behemoths were triple the tonnage of some other battleships of their day and each one had three turrets, with three huge 18.1″ guns per turret. Lire la suite
The Japanese battleship Musashi–named in honor of the ancient Japanese province of Musashi, today the Tokyo Metropolis–was the second battleship of the Yamatoclass, and was the last warship built for the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) at the Mitsubishi Heavy shipyard in Nagasaki. Construction commenced on March 29, 1938 and was completed on August 5, 1942, when Musashi was put in service Lire la suite
One of the largest battleships ever built, Yamato entered service with the Imperial Japanese Navy in December 1941. The battleship and its sister, Musashi, were the only battleships ever constructed with 18.1" guns.Though incredibly powerful, Yamato suffered from a relatively low top speed as its engines were underpowered.Taking part in several campaigns during World War II, the battleship was Lire la suite