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Kaga during trials, off Tateyama, Japan, 15 Sep 1928

Caption   Kaga during trials, off Tateyama, Japan, 15 Sep 1928 ww2dbase
Source    ww2dbaseMaritime History and Science Museum, Kure, Japan
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Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 19 Dec 2010

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1. Denn says:
7 Sep 2011 09:21:38 AM

Note armaments have not yet been mounted absence of the forward cruiser caliber gun turrets is particularly evident.
2. Sea note says:
22 Jan 2017 08:39:24 AM

All of the carriers built by Japan in this era seem to be an after thought converted battleships.Perhaps things would have been different in those pacific battels, had they possesed carriers designed and built from the ground up.Note I said diffrent in battels not the overall war.

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