Furutaka at 1926, photo 1 of 3Furutaka at 1926, photo 2 of 3Furutaka at 1926, photo 3 of 3Furutaka as member of the Japanese Navy 5th Sentai (Squadron), circa 1927-1928
Furutaka at 1926, photo 1 of 3Furutaka at 1926, photo 2 of 3Furutaka at 1926, photo 3 of 3Furutaka as member of the Japanese Navy 5th Sentai (Squadron), circa 1927-1928
Furutaka as member of the Japanese Navy 5th Sentai (Squadron), circa 1927-1929Furutaka as member of the Japanese Navy 5th Sentai (Squadron), circa 1930Furutaka with her rails manned, probably during the naval review off Yokohama, Japan, 25 Aug 1933; stripes on smokestake noted her membership in the 6th Sentai (Squadron)Furutaka underway, date unknown
Furutaka as member of the Japanese Navy 5th Sentai (Squadron), circa 1927-1929Furutaka as member of the Japanese Navy 5th Sentai (Squadron), circa 1930Furutaka with her rails manned, probably during the naval review off Yokohama, Japan, 25 Aug 1933; stripes on smokestake noted her membership in the 6th Sentai (Squadron)Furutaka underway, date unknown
Furutaka at anchor off Shinagawa, Japan, Oct 1935; note Aoba and Kinugasa in backgroundUS Navy recognition drawings of Japanese cruisers Furutaka, Kako, Kinugasa, and Aoba, circa 1930sUS Navy recognition drawings of Japanese cruisers Kako and Furutaka, late 1930s or early 1940s, 1 of 2US Navy recognition drawings of Japanese cruisers Kako and Furutaka, late 1930s or early 1940s, 2 of 2
Furutaka at anchor off Shinagawa, Japan, Oct 1935; note Aoba and Kinugasa in backgroundUS Navy recognition drawings of Japanese cruisers Furutaka, Kako, Kinugasa, and Aoba, circa 1930sUS Navy recognition drawings of Japanese cruisers Kako and Furutaka, late 1930s or early 1940s, 1 of 2US Navy recognition drawings of Japanese cruisers Kako and Furutaka, late 1930s or early 1940s, 2 of 2
Cruisers Furutaka (foreground) and Kinugasa (background), circa early Nov 1941
Cruisers Furutaka (foreground) and Kinugasa (background), circa early Nov 1941
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