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IJN Naganami (沖波 "High Seas Waves") a Yugumo-class Destroyer built by Fujinagata…

Seaplane tender Chitose off Kagoshima, Japan, 18 Jul 1938

[Photo] Seaplane tender Chitose off Kagoshima, Japan, 18 Jul 1938

A German soldier has a bit of luck on the Eastern Front. Date unknown

A German soldier has a bit of luck on the Eastern Front.

IJN Destroyer Tanikzaze 日本海軍駆逐艦-谷風

dokuroou: lex-for-lexington: Destroyer Tanikaze (Kure Maritime Museum) 谷風

Destroyer Hatsushimo, date and location unknown. Note number 21 on the hull - Destroyer Squadron 21 (第21駆逐隊). CV-16

Destroyer Hatsushimo, date and location unknown. Note number 21 on the hull - Destroyer Squadron 21

Makigumo-The destroyers steamed away when a Japanese surface force entered the area. The Japanese destroyers Makigumo and Akigumo finally finished off Hornet with four 24-inch (610 mm) Long Lance torpedoes. At 01:35 on 27 October, Hornet was finally sunk with the loss of 140 of her sailors

Makigumo-The destroyers steamed away when a Japanese surface force entered the area. The Japanese destroyers Makigumo and Akigumo finally finished off Hornet with four 24-inch (610 mm) Long Lance torpedoes. At 01:35 on 27 October, Hornet was finally sunk with the loss of 140 of her sailors

CV-16 — Destroyer Shirakumo, 5 September 1931. Location...

CV-16 — Destroyer Shirakumo, 5 September 1931. Location...

Imperial Japanese Navy destroyer Asashio, the second Japanese warship to bear that name July 1937 by tormentor4555, via Flickr

Imperial Japanese Navy destroyer Asashio, the second Japanese warship to bear that name July 1937

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