Japanese WW2 Battleships (1939-1945)
The Japanese Navy was a well-comprised war machine - balanced out by her strong collection of submarines, aircraft carriers, and powerful battleships.There are a total of 9 Japanese WW2 Battleships (1939-1945) in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order (1-to-Z). Flag images indicative of country of origin and not necessarily the primary operator.
The IJN Asahi was torpedoed by the USS Salmon in the South China Sea during World War 2....
IJN Fuso met her fate during the Battle of Leyte Gulf in the Philippines as part of World War 2....
The IJN Haruna managed as a battlecruiser during World War 1 and survived most of World War 2 as a battleship and f...
The IJN Hiei was lost on November 14th, 1942 following the Battle of Guadalcanal during World War 2....
IJN Ise was built during the World War 1 period, was rebuilt throughout the 1930s, and met her end in the fighting ...
Introduced as a battlecruiser in 1915, IJN Kirishima was modified into battleship form during the late 1920s and, a...
The IJN Kongo was sunk by the USS Sealion in 1944, marking the last time a battleship was sunk by a submarine in na...
Built in response to World War 1 action, IJN Nagato played an important role in the Japanese naval commitment of Wo...