Japanese cruiser Mogami running trials off Sukumo Bay, Shikoku, Japan, 20 Mar 1935Cruisers in Ise Bay, Japan, summer 1938; from front to back: Mogami, Mikuma, and KumanoClose-up view of Mogami during the Battle of Midway, showing damage, Jun 1942; photo was taken by a US Navy pilotMogami with damaged bow, Pacific Ocean, 6 Jun 1942; note tanker Nichiei Maru in background
Japanese cruiser Mogami running trials off Sukumo Bay, Shikoku, Japan, 20 Mar 1935Cruisers in Ise Bay, Japan, summer 1938; from front to back: Mogami, Mikuma, and KumanoClose-up view of Mogami during the Battle of Midway, showing damage, Jun 1942; photo was taken by a US Navy pilotMogami with damaged bow, Pacific Ocean, 6 Jun 1942; note tanker Nichiei Maru in background
Identification drawing of Japanese Mogami-class heavy cruiser as published in A503 FM30-50 booklet for identification of ships of the US Division of Naval Intelligence, Oct 1942Cruiser Mogami passing through San Bernardino Strait, Philippine Islands, 15 Jun 1944; photo taken from cruiser MayaBattleship Fuso and cruiser Mogami under aerial attack by American aircraft in Philippine waters, 24 Oct 1944
Identification drawing of Japanese Mogami-class heavy cruiser as published in A503 FM30-50 booklet for identification of ships of the US Division of Naval Intelligence, Oct 1942Cruiser Mogami passing through San Bernardino Strait, Philippine Islands, 15 Jun 1944; photo taken from cruiser MayaBattleship Fuso and cruiser Mogami under aerial attack by American aircraft in Philippine waters, 24 Oct 1944
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