Battleships / Japan
In a desperate attempt to remedy the shortage of aircraft-carriers, the Japanese naval staff decided that certain large...
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    Zuikaku, the second ship of the 'Shokaku' class, was laid down in May 1938 and entered service in September 1941. She...
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    Japan's withdrawal from the international treaties limiting the size of warships at the end of 1936 enabled her...
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    Under the Washington Treaty Japan was limited to 80,000 tons of carriers, but as the treaty exempted vessels under...
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    The Japanese battleship Kaga was laid down in 1918 and launched in November 1921, but as a result of the Washington...
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    The outcome of the Washington Naval Disarmament Treaty left the Imperial Japanese Navy with several incomplete capital...
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    The first carrier built for the Imperial Japanese Navy, like so many others, was a conversion. The naval oiler Hiryu,...
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    While showing a distinct family relationship with the preceding 'Aoba' class, the four 'Myoko' class cruisers were some...
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