Kirishima and Takao underway, en route to the Guadalcanal area in the Solomon Islands, 14 Nov 1942; photograph taken from cruiser Atago part of which could be seen in foreground

Caption   Kirishima and Takao underway, en route to the Guadalcanal area in the Solomon Islands, 14 Nov 1942; photograph taken from cruiser Atago part of which could be seen in foreground ww2dbase
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Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 17 Aug 2010

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1. Anonymous says:
8 Mar 2012 03:09:00 PM

the last ship in line clearly has the pagoda type superstructure of the Kongo class, while the center ship in the formation has the block superstructure of the Takao class heavy cruiser.

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