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Tenryu under construction, Yokosuka Naval Arsenal, Japan, 1919Tenryu underway, circa late 1919
Tenryu under construction, Yokosuka Naval Arsenal, Japan, 1919Tenryu underway, circa late 1919
Tenryu at an anchorage, late 1919Tenryu underway during trials, 1919
Tenryu at an anchorage, late 1919Tenryu underway during trials, 1919
Starboard view of Tenryu, 1921Tenryu, 1920s
Starboard view of Tenryu, 1921Tenryu, 1920s
Light cruiser Tenryu at Yokosuka, Japan, 1925Light cruiser Tenryu as seen on a postcard commemorating her visit to Kobe, Japan on 5 Oct 1926
Light cruiser Tenryu at Yokosuka, Japan, 1925Light cruiser Tenryu as seen on a postcard commemorating her visit to Kobe, Japan on 5 Oct 1926
Warships in Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong, 9-14 Apr 1928; large warships, left to right: Japanese battleship Mutsu, Japanese light cruiser Tenryu, British carrier Hermes, and Japanese battleship FusoTenryu, 1930
Warships in Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong, 9-14 Apr 1928; large warships, left to right: Japanese battleship Mutsu, Japanese light cruiser Tenryu, British carrier Hermes, and Japanese battleship FusoTenryu, 1930
Tenryu in the Inland Sea, Japan, 1930-1932Tenryu, 1930-1931
Tenryu in the Inland Sea, Japan, 1930-1932Tenryu, 1930-1931
Tenryu in Shanghai, China, 1932Tenryu in Shanghai, China, Feb 1934, photo 1 of 2
Tenryu in Shanghai, China, 1932Tenryu in Shanghai, China, Feb 1934, photo 1 of 2
Tenryu in Shanghai, China, Feb 1934, photo 2 of 2Tenryu, 1936
Tenryu in Shanghai, China, Feb 1934, photo 2 of 2Tenryu, 1936
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