Atago, date unknownJapanese heavy cruiser Atago, early 1930sRecognition drawing for cruisers Takao and Atago (post-1938 configuration) published by US Navy Office of Naval IntelligenceJapanese heavy cruiser Atago at the Yokosuka Naval Base, Japan, 30 Nov 1939
Atago, date unknownJapanese heavy cruiser Atago, early 1930sRecognition drawing for cruisers Takao and Atago (post-1938 configuration) published by US Navy Office of Naval IntelligenceJapanese heavy cruiser Atago at the Yokosuka Naval Base, Japan, 30 Nov 1939
Cruiser Takao underway, en route to the Guadalcanal area in the Solomon Islands, 14 Nov 1942; photo taken from cruiser Atago, part of which could be seen in foregroundKirishima 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 foregroundJapanese Center Force departing Brunei Bay, Borneo for Philippine Islands, 22 Oct 1944
Cruiser Takao underway, en route to the Guadalcanal area in the Solomon Islands, 14 Nov 1942; photo taken from cruiser Atago, part of which could be seen in foregroundKirishima 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 foregroundJapanese Center Force departing Brunei Bay, Borneo for Philippine Islands, 22 Oct 1944
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