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IJN destroyer Mutsuki at Bungo channel, May (livedoor.

Imperial Japanese Navy in colorized photos | Indian Defence Forum

Colorized photograph of Japanese destroyer Shimakaze on sea trials, Miyazu Bay, Japan, 5 May

IJN Destroyer Yukikaze 日本海軍駆逐艦-雪風 (Color) #4B

IJN Destroyer Yukikaze 日本海軍駆逐艦-雪風 (Color) #4B

IJN Asashio-class destroyer Yamagumo on sea trials, September 1939.

IJN Asashio-class destroyer Yamagumo on sea trials, September

IJN Destroyer Hatsushimo of the Japanese Imperial Navy - 日本海軍駆逐艦-初霜

IJN Destroyer Hatsushimo of the Japanese Imperial Navy - 日本海軍駆逐艦-初霜 group キリ

Imperial Japanese Navy in colorized photos | Page 3 | Indian Defence Forum

性能改善工事後、公試中の 駆逐艦『朧』(昭和11年7月22日 館山沖) Destroyer "Oboro" on sea trials at Tateyama. The meaning of "Oboro" is the Night of the clearly invisible spring.

"FUMIZUKI" was a (320') Mutsuki Class Destroyer – Commissioned: 1 August 1928 – Crew: 150 Officers and Sailors – Armament: 4 x 4.7 Inch (120mm) Type 3 Guns (Single Turrets) 6 x 24 Inch (610mm) Torpedo Tubes (2 Triple Launch Tubes) and 16 Sea Mines – Sunk 18 February 1944, in the Truk Atol Ankorage by USN Aircraft – 29 Crewmen were Lost

"FUMIZUKI" was a (320') Mutsuki Class Destroyer – Commissioned: 1 August 1928 – Crew: 150 Officers and Sailors – Armament: 4 x 4.7 Inch (120mm) Type 3 Guns (Single Turrets) 6 x 24 Inch (610mm) Torpedo Tubes (2 Triple Launch Tubes) and 16 Sea Mines – Sunk 18 February 1944, in the Truk Atol Ankorage by USN Aircraft – 29 Crewmen were Lost

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