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The War at Sea - The War Illustrated - TracesOfWar.com

The War Illustrated: Although U-boats are far from being extinct, there being still some hundreds in [...]

thick armor from Japanese Yamato class (Actually the Aircraft carrier Shinano )battleship pierced by a US Navy gun. The armor is on display at the US Navy Museum. Naval History, Military History, Yamato Class Battleship, Sculpture Metal, History Online, Navy Ships, Military Weapons, Submarines, Interesting History

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26-inch thick armor from Japanese Yamato class battleship pierced by a US Navy 16-inch gun. The armor is on display at the US Navy Museum.

Foredeck of in super battleship Musashi, at over 70000 tons the largest such vessel ever built (she was a few tons heavier than sister Yamato). She succumbed to sustained US Navy air attacks in October Naval History, Military History, Yamato Battleship, Gun Turret, Imperial Japanese Navy, Musashi, Big Guns, Army & Navy, Navy Ships

Colorizations By Users - "Yamato" big guns.

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Battleship Yamato was 263 feet long and 39 meters wide. When launched in it was the world's largest battleship. Naval History, Military History, Yamato Battleship, Imperial Japanese Navy, History Online, Big Guns, Military Photos, Navy Ships, Aircraft Carrier

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Artificially coloured, this relatively unknown picture gives a good impression of the scale of 71000 ton, 18 in Japanese super-battleship Yamato - together with her sister Musashi, the largest such vessels ever built by a significant margin. Musashi was sunk in October 1944 and Yamato in April 1945, both by sustained air attack.

18 inch, 72000 ton super-battleship Yamato as she appeared in by which time her sister Musashi had been sunk. She succumbed herself to sustained US Navy air attacks in April that year - the definitive end of the battleship era. Okinawa, Yamato Battleship, Model Warships, Boat Drawing, Imperial Japanese Navy, Naval History, Navy Ships, Leyte, Aircraft Carrier

IJN Yamato Ten-Ichi-Go

Our latest version of the Battleship Yamato 3D model! This representation shows the battleship Yamato which is believed to be her last configuration.� During...

lex-for-lexington: “Battleship Yamato under construction at Kure, Japan, 20 September Aircraft carrier Hosho at the right and supply ship Mamiya in the distance. Yamato and her sister Musashi. Naval History, Military History, Yamato Class Battleship, Imperial Japanese Navy, Navy Ships, Aircraft Carrier, Royal Navy, War Machine, World War Two

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IJNIJN Yamato (大和) - Corazzata - Caratteristiche generali Dislocamento a vuoto: 65.027 t (di cui 21.266 t di corazzatura) a pieno carico (stima): 72.810 Lunghezza 263 m Larghezza 38,9 m Pescaggio 11 m Propulsione 12 caldaie a vapore surriscaldato Kanpon, 4 turboriduttori Kanpon, 150,000 CV (110 MW) Velocità 27 nodi (51 km/h) Autonomia 8.000 mn a 18 nodi (14.800 km a 33 km/h) Equipaggio 2.750 uomini

Amazing view of the IJN Yamato battleship, the world's most powerful and largest battleship in history. tons with main guns capable of firing a lb. shell over 26 miles! Naval History, Military History, Military Weapons, Military Aircraft, Yamato Battleship, Cruisers, Imperial Japanese Navy, Us Navy Ships, Yachts

Amazing view of the IJN Yamato battleship, the world's most powerful and largest battleship in history. 72,800 tons with 18.1" main guns capable of firing a 3,000 lb. shell over 26 miles!

Yamato – The largest battleship ever built, Yamato was sunk on 7 April 1945 by torpedo planes from the aircraft carrier USS Hornet and others. 280 of Yamato's crew were rescued. This was the greatest loss of life in a single warship in World War II. Uss Hornet Cv 12, Yamato Battleship, Uss Yorktown, Navy Carriers, Leyte, Imperial Japanese Navy, Naval History, Navy Ships, Aircraft Carrier

US planes sink Yamato – world’s largest battleship – World War II Today

Japanese battleship Yamato blows up, following massive attacks by U.S. Navy carrier planes north of Okinawa, 7 April 1945. An escorting destroyer is at left. Photographed from a USS Yorktown (CV-10) plane