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Nachi running trials, Oct 1928Haguro under construction in Drydock No. 3 of the Mitsubishi shipyard in Nagasaki, Japan, 20 Oct 1928
Nachi running trials, Oct 1928Haguro under construction in Drydock No. 3 of the Mitsubishi shipyard in Nagasaki, Japan, 20 Oct 1928
Cruiser Nachi shortly before completion, 1928Nachi underway, Nov 1928
Cruiser Nachi shortly before completion, 1928Nachi underway, Nov 1928
Haguro in the final stages of fitting out, off MutusbishiHaguro, probably between Dec 1931 and Nov 1932 when she was the third-ranking ship of Japanese Navy
Haguro in the final stages of fitting out, off Mutusbishi's Nagasaki shipyard, Japan, 6 Apr 1929Haguro, probably between Dec 1931 and Nov 1932 when she was the third-ranking ship of Japanese Navy's Cruiser Squadron 4, Fourth Fleet; Japanese inscription in the lower right reads 'Large cruiser Hag
Haguro off the mouth of the Yangtse River near Shanghai, China, 1932Haguro underway at high speed, 1936
Haguro off the mouth of the Yangtse River near Shanghai, China, 1932Haguro underway at high speed, 1936
Haguro underway, Apr 1936Haguro steaming in the wake of another cruiser, 1937; note the 127mm/40 twin antiaircraft gun and gun director in the foreground
Haguro underway, Apr 1936Haguro steaming in the wake of another cruiser, 1937; note the 127mm/40 twin antiaircraft gun and gun director in the foreground
Postcard depicting cruiser Myoko, 1930sCruiser Ashigara in drydock, Singapore, Dec 1942
Postcard depicting cruiser Myoko, 1930sCruiser Ashigara in drydock, Singapore, Dec 1942
Haguro and other Japanese ships being attacked by US aircraft, date unknownNachi, Heian Maru, and Teiyo Maru at Paramushiru, Kurile Islands, May 1943
Haguro and other Japanese ships being attacked by US aircraft, date unknownNachi, Heian Maru, and Teiyo Maru at Paramushiru, Kurile Islands, May 1943
A bomb exploding off port quarter of a Japanese cargo ship in Simpson Harbor, Rabaul, New Britain, 2 Nov 1943; note Haguro in center distance and USAAF 3rd Bomb Group B-25 bomber in lower left; photo 1 of 2A bomb exploding off port quarter of a Japanese cargo ship in Simpson Harbor, Rabaul, New Britain, 2 Nov 1943; note Haguro in center distance and USAAF 3rd Bomb Group B-25 bomber in lower left; photo 1 of 2
A bomb exploding off port quarter of a Japanese cargo ship in Simpson Harbor, Rabaul, New Britain, 2 Nov 1943; note Haguro in center distance and USAAF 3rd Bomb Group B-25 bomber in lower left; photo 1 of 2A bomb exploding off port quarter of a Japanese cargo ship in Simpson Harbor, Rabaul, New Britain, 2 Nov 1943; note Haguro in center distance and USAAF 3rd Bomb Group B-25 bomber in lower left; photo 1 of 2
Haguro under air attack by USAAF 3rd Bomb Group, Simpson Harbor, Rabaul, New Britain, 2 Nov 1943USAAF 3rd Bomb Group aircraft attacking Haguro and other ships in Simpson Harbor, Rabaul, New Britain, 2 Nov 1943, photo 1 of 2
Haguro under air attack by USAAF 3rd Bomb Group, Simpson Harbor, Rabaul, New Britain, 2 Nov 1943USAAF 3rd Bomb Group aircraft attacking Haguro and other ships in Simpson Harbor, Rabaul, New Britain, 2 Nov 1943, photo 1 of 2
USAAF 3rd Bomb Group aircraft attacking Haguro and other ships in Simpson Harbor, Rabaul, New Britain, 2 Nov 1943, photo 2 of 2Japanese Center Force departing Brunei Bay, Borneo for Philippine Islands, 22 Oct 1944
USAAF 3rd Bomb Group aircraft attacking Haguro and other ships in Simpson Harbor, Rabaul, New Britain, 2 Nov 1943, photo 2 of 2Japanese Center Force departing Brunei Bay, Borneo for Philippine Islands, 22 Oct 1944

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