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Japanese battleships Fuso (foreground), Nagato (center), and Mutsu (background) at Mitajiri, Japan, 1928

Caption   Japanese battleships Fuso (foreground), Nagato (center), and Mutsu (background) at Mitajiri, Japan, 1928 ww2dbase
Source    ww2dbaseMaritime History and Science Museum, Kure, Japan
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Nagato   Main article  Photos  
Mutsu   Main article  Photos  
Fuso   Main article  Photos  
Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 13 Dec 2010

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Visitor Submitted Comments

1. Denn says:
3 Sep 2011 02:08:43 PM

Note the distinctive swept-back funnels, added in the mid-twenties to remove smoke from the foremasts, which can be seen here in the process of becoming the characteristic pagodas through the incremental addition of platforms. These curved funnels were removed completely in the 1930s modernization, however this trunking scheme became standard on cruisers.
2. Bob says:
30 Dec 2011 01:18:24 PM

Greetin's All Could you use unpublished photo's of IJN Warships? That is if you don't already have them. I just got a photo of the Nagato, the real photo that the person took of it in 1945 I'm thinking. Your site has great help on my modeling and general knowledge of that part of WW-2. My is a Marine who fought on the Island War.Thanks

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