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Prau panumpes Jepang Yamagumo (1937)

Prau panumpes Jepang Yamagumo, taun 1939.

Prau Yamagumo (山雲? Méga (ing) gunung)[1] iku prau panumpes angka enem ing klas Asashio kang kaanggo nalika Perang Donya II darbéné Wadya Sagara Kamaharajan Jepang. Prauné minangka prau angka siji kang kaaran mitrut jenengé "Yamagumo".

Yamagumo kapernahaké rikala 4 Novèmber 1936 déning Fujinagata Shipyards; banjur kababar rikala 24 Juli 1937. Prau iki kinepyakaké rikala 15 Januari 1938 ing pamangkuné Mayor Tameichi Hara[2]. Prau iki kèrem rikala 25 Oktober 1944 ing Perang Supitan Surigao (10°25′N 125°23′E / 10.417°N 125.383°E / 10.417; 125.383).[3]

RéferensiBesut

  1. Nelson, Andrew N. (1967). Japanese–English Character Dictionary. Tuttle. k. 346 & 942. ISBN 0-8048-0408-7. 
  2. "1月". www.jacar.archives.go.jp. Dijupuk 2019-05-24. 
  3. Nevitt, Allyn D. (1998). "Prau panumpes Jepang Yamagumo (1937) ing Combinedfleet.com". Kuchikukan!. www.combinedfleet.com. Dijupuk July 5, 2010. 

Wacan liyanéBesut

  • D'Albas, Andrieu (1965). Death of a Navy: Japanese Naval Action in World War II. Devin-Adair Pub. ISBN 0-8159-5302-X. 
  • Brown, David (1990). Warship Losses of World War Two. Naval Institute Press. ISBN 1-55750-914-X. 
  • Hammel, Eric (1988). Guadalcanal: Decision at Sea : The Naval Battle of Guadalcanal, Nov. 13–15, 1942. (CA): Pacifica Press. ISBN 0-517-56952-3. 
  • Howarth, Stephen (1983). The Fighting Ships of the Rising Sun: The Drama of the Imperial Japanese Navy, 1895–1945. Atheneum. ISBN 0-689-11402-8. 
  • Jentsura, Hansgeorg (1976). Warships of the Imperial Japanese Navy, 1869–1945. US Naval Institute Press. ISBN 0-87021-893-X. 
  • Watts, Anthony J (1967). Japanese Warships of World War II. Doubleday. ASIN B000KEV3J8. 
  • 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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