Prau panumpes Jepang Kasumi (1937)

Lukisan prau panumpes Jepang Kasumi.

Prau Kasumi (? Gesang)[1] iku prau panumpes angka sanga ing klas Asashio kang kaanggo nalika Perang Donya II darbéné Wadya Sagara Kamaharajan Jepang. Prauné minangka prau angka loro kang kaaran mitrut jenengé "Kasumi".

Kasumi kapernahaké rikala 1 Dhésèmber 1936 déning Uraga Dock Company; banjur kababar rikala 18 Novèmber 1937. Prau iki kinepyakaké rikala 28 Juni 1939 ing pamangkuné Lètnan Kolonèl Masashichi Shirahama[2]. Prau iki kèrem rikala 7 April 1945 cedhak Nagasaki (31°N 128°E / 31°N 128°E / 31; 128).[3]

RéferensiEdit

  1. Nelson, Andrew N. (1967). Japanese–English Character Dictionary. Tuttle. k. 946. ISBN 0-8048-0408-7. 
  2. "6月". www.jacar.archives.go.jp. Dijupuk 2019-05-24. 
  3. Nevitt, Allyn D. (1998). "Prau panumpes Jepang Kasumi (1937) ing Combinedfleet.com". Kuchikukan!. www.combinedfleet.com. Dijupuk July 5, 2010. 

Wacan liyanéEdit

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  • Whitley, M J (2000). Destroyers of World War Two: An International Encyclopedia. London: Arms and Armour Press. ISBN 1-85409-521-8. 

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