The launching of battlecruiser Kirishima at the Mitsubishi Naval Shipyard in Nagasaki, Japan, 1 Dec 1913Installation of 14-inch guns, No. 3 turret, Hyuga, 1917-1918Haguro under construction in Drydock No. 3 of the Mitsubishi shipyard in Nagasaki, Japan, 20 Oct 1928Haguro in the final stages of fitting out, off Mutusbishi
The launching of battlecruiser Kirishima at the Mitsubishi Naval Shipyard in Nagasaki, Japan, 1 Dec 1913Installation of 14-inch guns, No. 3 turret, Hyuga, 1917-1918Haguro under construction in Drydock No. 3 of the Mitsubishi shipyard in Nagasaki, Japan, 20 Oct 1928Haguro in the final stages of fitting out, off Mutusbishi's Nagasaki shipyard, Japan, 6 Apr 1929
Aerial photo of Nagasaki, Japan after atomic bombing, mid-Aug 1945Koryu Type D submarines in an assembly shed at the Mitsubishi shipyard, Nagasaki, Japan, circa Sep 1945, photo 1 of 2Koryu Type D submarines in an assembly shed at the Mitsubishi shipyard, Nagasaki, Japan, circa Sep 1945, photo 2 of 2Koryu Type D submarines in an assembly shed at the Mitsubishi shipyard, Nagasaki, Japan, 17 Sep 1945
Aerial photo of Nagasaki, Japan after atomic bombing, mid-Aug 1945Koryu Type D submarines in an assembly shed at the Mitsubishi shipyard, Nagasaki, Japan, circa Sep 1945, photo 1 of 2Koryu Type D submarines in an assembly shed at the Mitsubishi shipyard, Nagasaki, Japan, circa Sep 1945, photo 2 of 2Koryu Type D submarines in an assembly shed at the Mitsubishi shipyard, Nagasaki, Japan, 17 Sep 1945
Nagasaki, Japan in ruins, early 1946
Nagasaki, Japan in ruins, early 1946
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