NameClassCountryYear of Launch
Kaga  Kaga-class Aircraft Carrier  Japan  1921  
Kaganovich  Kirov-class Light Cruiser  Russia  1944  
Kairyu-class Summary Information  Kairyu-class Midget Submarine  Japan    
Kaiten-class Summary Information  Kaiten-class Midget Submarine  Japan    
Kaiyo  Kaiyo-class Escort Carrier  Japan  1938  
Kako  Furutaka-class Heavy Cruiser  Japan  1925  
Kalinin  Kirov-class Light Cruiser  Russia  1942  
Karlsruhe  K-class Light Cruiser  Germany  1927  
Kashi  Momo-class Destroyer  Japan  1916  
Kashii  Katori-class Light Cruiser  Japan  1941  
Kashima  Katori-class Light Cruiser  Japan  1939  
Katori  Katori-class Light Cruiser  Japan  1939  
Katsuragi  Unryu-class Aircraft Carrier  Japan  1943  
Kelly  K-class Destroyer  United Kingdom  1938  
Kembu Maru  No Classification  Japan    
Kete  Balao-class Submarine  United States  1944  
Kikuzuki  Mutsuki-class Destroyer  Japan  1926  
Kilkis  Mississippi-class Battleship  Greece    
Kimberly  Fletcher-class Destroyer  United States  1943  
Kinai Maru  No Classification  Japan    
King George V  King George V (1939)-class Battleship  United Kingdom  1939  
Kingfish  Gato-class Submarine  United States    
Kinu  Nagara-class Light Cruiser  Japan  1922  
Kinugasa  Furutaka-class Heavy Cruiser  Japan  1926  
Kirishima  Kongo-class Battleship  Japan  1913  
Kirov  Kirov-class Light Cruiser  Russia  1936  
Kiso  Kuma-class Light Cruiser  Japan  1920  
Kitakami  Kuma-class Light Cruiser  Japan  1920  
Kitty Hawk  Kitty Hawk-class Merchant Vessel  United States  1932  
Kongo  Kongo-class Battleship  Japan  1913  
Kraken  Balao-class Submarine  United States    
Kuma  Kuma-class Light Cruiser  Japan  1919  
Kumano  Mogami-class Heavy Cruiser  Japan  1936  
Kyne  Cannon-class Destroyer Escort  United States  1943  
Köln  K-class Light Cruiser  Germany  1928  
Königsberg  K-class Light Cruiser  Germany  1927  



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