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A boatswain aboard Scharnhorst, date unknownAdmiral Scheer as seen on a postcardApogonAsagumo as seen in US Division of Naval Inteligence
A boatswain aboard Scharnhorst, date unknownAdmiral Scheer as seen on a postcardApogon's conning towerAsagumo as seen in US Division of Naval Inteligence's A503 FM30-50 booklet for identifying ships
Atago, date unknownBrummer operating off Norway, circa 1940s; note the three mine launching doors on the stern and aft gun turretsChokai underway at seaClose-up of Emden
Atago, date unknownBrummer operating off Norway, circa 1940s; note the three mine launching doors on the stern and aft gun turretsChokai underway at seaClose-up of Emden's bow, date unknown
Craven underway, date unknownDestroyer Grom, date unknownDrawings of German auxiliary cruiser KormoranEmden at rest, date unknown
Craven underway, date unknownDestroyer Grom, date unknownDrawings of German auxiliary cruiser KormoranEmden at rest, date unknown
Emden with her sailors lined up, date unknownGilmore off Aleutian Islands, date unknownHood at portIllustrious underway, date unknown
Emden with her sailors lined up, date unknownGilmore off Aleutian Islands, date unknownHood at portIllustrious underway, date unknown
Kikuzuki under salvage, focus on her forecastleKikuzuki under salvage, with USS Menominee (ATF-73) and a crane barge near herKikuzukiKilkis/USS Mississippi
Kikuzuki under salvage, focus on her forecastleKikuzuki under salvage, with USS Menominee (ATF-73) and a crane barge near herKikuzuki's bridgeKilkis/USS Mississippi

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