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Warships of the Imperial Japanese Navy, 1869-1945

by Hansgeorg Jentschura

Other authors: Dieter Jung (Joint Author.), Peter Mickel (Joint Author.)

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This book covers the development of the Imperial Japanese Navy from its humble beginnings to major sea power.



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Hansgeorg Jentschuraprimary authorall editionscalculated
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Brown, J. D.Translatorsecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
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A-class minesweeper

Agano-class cruiser

Akatsuki-class destroyer (1901)

Akatsuki-class destroyer (1931)

Asama-class cruiser

Asashio-class destroyer

Ōminato Guard District

Bayan-class cruiser

Borodino-class battleship

Canberra Maru

Chikuma-class cruiser

Chinese cruiser Jiyuan

Chinese cruiser Ning Hai

Chinese gunboat Tsao-kiang

Chinkai Guard District

Chitose-class aircraft carrier

Chuhatsu-class landing craft

Daihatsu-class landing craft

Design B-65 cruiser


Enoki-class destroyer

Etorofu-class escort ship

Flat-iron gunboat

Fubuki-class destroyer

Fuji-class battleship

Fusō-class battleship

Ha-1-class submarine

Ha-3-class submarine

Ha-7-class submarine

Harusame-class destroyer

Hatsuharu-class destroyer

Hayabusa-class torpedo boat

Heian Maru (1930)

History of submarines

Hiyō-class aircraft carrier

I-351-class submarine

Ibuki-class armored cruiser

Ibuki-class cruiser

Ikazuchi-class destroyer

Imperial Japanese Navy in World War II

Ise-class battleship

Isokaze-class destroyer

Izumo-class cruiser

Japanese aircraft carrier Amagi

Japanese aircraft carrier Chūyō

Japanese aircraft carrier Chiyoda

Japanese aircraft carrier Hiyō

Japanese aircraft carrier Jun'yō

Japanese aircraft carrier Kaiyō

Japanese aircraft carrier Katsuragi

Japanese aircraft carrier Kumano Maru

Japanese aircraft carrier Ryūhō

Japanese aircraft carrier Ryūjō

Japanese aircraft carrier Shin'yō

Japanese aircraft carrier Un'yō

Japanese aircraft carrier Unryū

Japanese aircraft carrier Zuihō

Japanese barque Kankō Maru

Japanese battlecruiser Ibuki

Japanese battlecruiser Kurama

Japanese battleship Aki

Japanese battleship Asahi

Japanese battleship Fuji

Japanese battleship Hatsuse

Japanese battleship Kashima

Japanese battleship Katori

Japanese battleship Kawachi

Japanese battleship Satsuma

Japanese battleship Settsu

Japanese battleship Shikishima

Japanese battleship Tosa

Japanese battleship Yashima

Japanese corvette Amagi

Japanese corvette Kaimon

Japanese corvette Katsuragi

Japanese corvette Musashi

Japanese corvette Seiki

Japanese corvette Tenryū

Japanese corvette Yamato

Japanese cruiser Abukuma

Japanese cruiser Agano

Japanese cruiser Akashi

Japanese cruiser Akitsushima

Japanese cruiser Aoba

Japanese cruiser Asama

Japanese cruiser Atago

Japanese cruiser Azuma

Japanese cruiser Ōi

Japanese cruiser Ōyodo

Japanese cruiser Chihaya

Japanese cruiser Chikuma (1911)

Japanese cruiser Chishima

Japanese cruiser Chitose

Japanese cruiser Chiyoda

Japanese cruiser Furutaka

Japanese cruiser Hashidate

Japanese cruiser Hirado

Japanese cruiser Ibuki (1943)

Japanese cruiser Ikoma

Japanese cruiser Isuzu

Japanese cruiser Itsukushima

Japanese cruiser Iwate

Japanese cruiser Izumi

Japanese cruiser Izumo

Japanese cruiser Jintsū

Japanese cruiser Kako

Japanese cruiser Kasagi

Japanese cruiser Kashii

Japanese cruiser Kashima

Japanese cruiser Kasuga

Japanese cruiser Katori

Japanese cruiser Kinu

Japanese cruiser Kinugasa

Japanese cruiser Kiso

Japanese cruiser Kitakami

Japanese cruiser Kuma

Japanese cruiser Matsushima

Japanese cruiser Maya

Japanese cruiser Mikuma

Japanese cruiser Miyako

Japanese cruiser Mogami (1908)

Japanese cruiser Mogami (1934)

Japanese cruiser Nagara

Japanese cruiser Naka

Japanese cruiser Naniwa

Japanese cruiser Natori

Japanese cruiser Niitaka

Japanese cruiser Nisshin

Japanese cruiser Noshiro

Japanese cruiser Otowa

Japanese cruiser Sakawa

Japanese cruiser Sendai

Japanese cruiser Soya

Japanese cruiser Suma

Japanese cruiser Suzuya (1934)

Japanese cruiser Takachiho

Japanese cruiser Takao (1888)

Japanese cruiser Takao (1930)

Japanese cruiser Takasago

Japanese cruiser Tama

Japanese cruiser Tatsuta (1894)

Japanese cruiser Tatsuta (1918)

Japanese cruiser Tenryū

Japanese cruiser Tokiwa

Japanese cruiser Tone (1907)

Japanese cruiser Tsugaru

Japanese cruiser Tsukuba

Japanese cruiser Tsukushi

Japanese cruiser Tsushima

Japanese cruiser Unebi

Japanese cruiser Yaeyama

Japanese cruiser Yahagi (1911)

Japanese cruiser Yahagi (1942)

Japanese cruiser Yakumo

Japanese cruiser Yūbari

Japanese cruiser Yodo

Japanese cruiser Yoshino

Japanese cruiser Yura

Japanese destroyer Akatsuki (1932)

Japanese destroyer Akebono (1930)

Japanese destroyer Akigumo

Japanese destroyer Akikaze

Japanese destroyer Akishimo

Japanese destroyer Akizuki

Japanese destroyer Amagiri (1930)

Japanese destroyer Amatsukaze (1939)

Japanese destroyer Aoi (1920)

Japanese destroyer Arare (1937)

Japanese destroyer Arashi

Japanese destroyer Arashio

Japanese destroyer Ariake (1934)

Japanese destroyer Asagiri (1929)

Japanese destroyer Asagumo (1937)

Japanese destroyer Asakaze (1922)

Japanese destroyer Asanagi

Japanese destroyer Asashio (1936)

Japanese destroyer Ayanami (1909)

Japanese destroyer Ayanami (1929)

Japanese destroyer Ōnami (1942)

Japanese destroyer Ōshio

Japanese destroyer Fubuki (1927)

Japanese destroyer Fumizuki (1925)

Japanese destroyer Hagikaze

Japanese destroyer Hakaze

Japanese destroyer Hamakaze (1940)

Japanese destroyer Hamanami

Japanese destroyer Hanazuki

Japanese destroyer Harukaze (1922)

Japanese destroyer Harusame (1935)

Japanese destroyer Harutsuki

Japanese destroyer Hatakaze (1924)

Japanese destroyer Hatsuharu (1933)

Japanese destroyer Hatsukaze

Japanese destroyer Hatsushimo (1933)

Japanese destroyer Hatsuyuki (1928)

Japanese destroyer Hatsuzuki

Japanese destroyer Hayanami

Japanese destroyer Hayashimo

Japanese destroyer Hayashio

Japanese destroyer Hayate (1925)

Japanese destroyer Hibiki (1932)

Japanese destroyer Hokaze

Japanese destroyer Inazuma (1932)

Japanese destroyer Isokaze (1939)

Japanese destroyer Isonami (1927)

Japanese destroyer Kaede (1944)

Japanese destroyer Kagerō (1938)

Japanese destroyer Kamikaze (1922)

Japanese destroyer Kasumi (1937)

Japanese destroyer Kawakaze (1936)

Japanese destroyer Kaya (1919)

Japanese destroyer Kaya (1944)

Japanese destroyer Kazagumo

Japanese destroyer Kiku (1920)

Japanese destroyer Kikuzuki (1926)

Japanese destroyer Kisaragi (1925)

Japanese destroyer Kishinami

Japanese destroyer Kiyonami

Japanese destroyer Kiyoshimo

Japanese destroyer Kuroshio

Japanese destroyer Maikaze

Japanese destroyer Makigumo (1942)

Japanese destroyer Makinami (1942)

Japanese destroyer Matsukaze (1923)

Japanese destroyer Michishio

Japanese destroyer Mikazuki (1926)

Japanese destroyer Minazuki (1926)

Japanese destroyer Minegumo (1938)

Japanese destroyer Minekaze

Japanese destroyer Miyuki

Japanese destroyer Mochizuki

Japanese destroyer Momi (1919)

Japanese destroyer Murakumo (1928)

Japanese destroyer Murasame

Japanese destroyer Murasame (1935)

Japanese destroyer Mutsuki

Japanese destroyer Nadakaze

Japanese destroyer Naganami

Japanese destroyer Nagatsuki (1926)

Japanese destroyer Namikaze

Japanese destroyer Natsugumo (1937)

Japanese destroyer Natsushio

Japanese destroyer Natsuzuki

Japanese destroyer Nenohi (1932)

Japanese destroyer Niizuki

Japanese destroyer Nire (1919)

Japanese destroyer Nokaze

Japanese destroyer Nowaki (1940)

Japanese destroyer Numakaze

Japanese destroyer Oboro (1930)

Japanese destroyer Oite (1924)

Japanese destroyer Okikaze

Japanese destroyer Okinami

Japanese destroyer Oyashio

Japanese destroyer Sagiri

Japanese destroyer Samidare (1935)

Japanese destroyer Satsuki (1925)

Japanese destroyer Sawakaze

Japanese destroyer Sazanami (1931)

Japanese destroyer Shigure (1935)

Japanese destroyer Shikinami (1929)

Japanese destroyer Shimakaze (1920)

Japanese destroyer Shimotsuki

Japanese destroyer Shinonome (1927)

Japanese destroyer Shiokaze

Japanese destroyer Shirakumo (1927)

Japanese destroyer Shiranui (1938)

Japanese destroyer Shiratsuyu (1935)

Japanese destroyer Shirayuki (1928)

Japanese destroyer Suzukaze

Japanese destroyer Suzunami (1943)

Japanese destroyer Suzutsuki

Japanese destroyer Tachibana (1944)

Japanese destroyer Tachikaze

Japanese destroyer Takanami (1942)

Japanese destroyer Tamanami

Japanese destroyer Tanikaze (1940)

Japanese destroyer Teruzuki

Japanese destroyer Tokitsukaze (1939)

Japanese destroyer Tsuga (1920)

Japanese destroyer Umikaze (1936)

Japanese destroyer Urakaze (1940)

Japanese destroyer Uranami (1928)

Japanese destroyer Ushio (1930)

Japanese destroyer Usugumo (1927)

Japanese destroyer Uzuki (1925)

Japanese destroyer Wakaba (1934)

Japanese destroyer Wakatsuki

Japanese destroyer Yakaze

Japanese destroyer Yamagumo (1937)

Japanese destroyer Yamakaze (1936)

Japanese destroyer Yayoi (1925)

Japanese destroyer Yūdachi (1936)

Japanese destroyer Yūgiri (1930)

Japanese destroyer Yūgumo

Japanese destroyer Yūgure (1934)

Japanese destroyer Yūkaze

Japanese destroyer Yūnagi (1924)

Japanese destroyer Yūzuki

Japanese destroyer Yoizuki

Japanese escort Hachijo

Japanese escort Ishigaki

Japanese escort Kunashiri

Japanese escort Shimushu

Japanese escort ship Amakusa

Japanese escort ship Etorofu

Japanese escort ship Matsuwa

Japanese escort ship Tsushima

Japanese gunboat Atago

Japanese gunboat Ōshima

Japanese gunboat Banjō

Japanese gunboat Chōkai

Japanese gunboat Chiyodagata

Japanese gunboat Fushimi (1906)

Japanese gunboat Fushimi (1939)

Japanese gunboat Futami

Japanese gunboat Hashidate

Japanese gunboat Heien

Japanese gunboat Katata

Japanese gunboat Maya

Japanese gunboat Seta

Japanese gunboat Sumida (1903)

Japanese gunboat Sumida (1939)

Japanese gunboat Toba

Japanese gunboat Uji (1903)

Japanese gunboat Uji (1940)

Japanese gunboat Un'yō

Japanese ironclad Fusō

Japanese ironclad Hiei

Japanese ironclad Kongō

Japanese ironclad Ryūjō

Japanese minelayer Aotaka

Japanese minelayer Hatsutaka

Japanese minelayer Itsukushima

Japanese minelayer Kamishima

Japanese minelayer Minoo

Japanese minelayer Okinoshima

Japanese minelayer Sarushima

Japanese minelayer Shirataka

Japanese minelayer Tsugaru

Japanese minelayer Wakataka

Japanese minelayer Yaeyama

Japanese seaplane carrier Nisshin

Japanese submarine chaser No. 2

Japanese submarine I-156

Japanese submarine I-157

Japanese submarine I-158

Japanese submarine I-168

Japanese submarine I-17

Japanese submarine I-179

Japanese submarine I-181

Japanese submarine I-182

Japanese submarine I-183

Japanese submarine I-184

Japanese submarine I-185

Japanese submarine I-19

Japanese submarine I-53 (1925)

Japanese submarine I-54 (1926)

Japanese submarine I-55 (1925)

Japanese submarine I-58 (1943)

Japanese submarine I-60

Japanese submarine I-63

Japanese submarine tender Chōgei

Japanese submarine tender Jingei

Japanese submarine tender Karasaki

Japanese submarine tender Komahashi

Japanese survey ship Katsuriki

Japanese Type 1 submarine

Japanese Type 6 submarine

Japanese warship Chōyō Maru

Japanese warship Hōshō

Japanese warship Jingei

Japanese warship Kasuga

Japanese warship Mōshun

Japanese warship Nisshin

JDS Wakaba (DE-261)

Kaba-class destroyer

Kamikaze-class destroyer (1905)

Kamikaze-class destroyer (1922)

Kasagi-class cruiser

Kasuga-class cruiser

Katori-class battleship

Katsuragi-class corvette

Kawachi-class battleship

Kawakaze-class destroyer

Kii-class battleship

Kongō-class battlecruiser

Kongō-class ironclad

Kuma-class cruiser

List of sunken battlecruisers

Mako Guard District

Maritime Heritage Trail – Battle of Saipan

Matsushima-class cruiser

Maya-class gunboat

Minekaze-class destroyer

Moku Daihatsu-class landing craft

Momi-class destroyer

Momo-class destroyer

Murakumo-class destroyer

Mutsuki-class destroyer

Nagara-class cruiser

Nagato-class battleship

Naniwa-class cruiser

Niitaka-class cruiser

No.1-class auxiliary submarine chaser

Number 13-class battleship

Osaka Guard District

Peresvet-class battleship

Petropavlovsk-class battleship

Russian battleship Imperator Nikolai I

Russian battleship Oryol

Russian battleship Peresvet

Russian battleship Pobeda

Russian battleship Poltava (1894)

Russian battleship Sevastopol (1895)

Russian coast defense ship Admiral Seniavin

Russian coast defense ship General Admiral Graf Apraksin

Russian cruiser Bayan (1900)

Russian cruiser Novik (1900)

Russian cruiser Pallada (1899)

Sakura-class destroyer

Satsuma-class battleship

Shōkaku-class aircraft carrier

Shikishima-class battleship

Shimane Maru-class escort carrier

Shimushu-class escort ship

Shirakumo-class destroyer

Shiratsuyu-class destroyer

Shohatsu-class landing craft

Submarines of the Imperial Japanese Navy

Suma-class cruiser

Taiyō-class escort carrier

Tenryū-class cruiser

Toku Daihatsu-class landing craft

Tone-class cruiser

Tosa-class battleship

Tsukuba-class cruiser

Umikaze-class destroyer

Urakaze-class destroyer

W-1-class minesweeper

Wakatake-class destroyer

Wikipedia:Featured article candidates/Japanese battleship Fusō/archive1

Wikipedia:WikiProject Military history/Peer review/Japanese World War II destroyers

Yamashio Maru-class escort carrier

Yūgumo-class destroyer

Yodo-class cruiser

Zuihō-class aircraft carrier

This book covers the development of the Imperial Japanese Navy from its humble beginnings to major sea power.

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