Kako as first completed in 1926, with short smokestacksKako, circa 1926Kako during her trials period, Apr 1926Japanese cruiser Kako as depicted on a 1927 postcard, showing her 1926 configurations
Kako as first completed in 1926, with short smokestacksKako, circa 1926Kako during her trials period, Apr 1926Japanese cruiser Kako as depicted on a 1927 postcard, showing her 1926 configurations
Kako, circa 1927-30Kako in Tokyo Bay, 1928; three stripes on after smokestack indicated membership in the 5th SentaiUS Navy recognition drawings of Japanese cruisers Furutaka, Kako, Kinugasa, and Aoba, circa 1930sKako underway, seen from another Japanese ship, circa 1940
Kako, circa 1927-30Kako in Tokyo Bay, 1928; three stripes on after smokestack indicated membership in the 5th SentaiUS Navy recognition drawings of Japanese cruisers Furutaka, Kako, Kinugasa, and Aoba, circa 1930sKako underway, seen from another Japanese ship, circa 1940
US 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
US 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
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