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Siehe auch
(Schiff:) Schiffe der IJN, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Japanese_Navy_ships_and_war_vessels_in_World_War_II , http://homepage2.nifty.com/nishidah/e/s_index.htm , Lebensläufe der IJN-Schiffe: http://combinedfleet.com/kaigun.htm

Shogunat

Fei Seen
1860;1867-1869 324 BRT, brit. HMS Cowper; 4.1867 Shogunats-Fl., Fei Seen; 1869 kaiserl. Fl., Kosoku Maru; 1871 amerikan.
Fujisan
186.;1864-1872 700 BRT; S/S, in USA erbaut; 1864 Shogunats-Fl.; 1872 Transporter d. Kaiserl. Flotte; 1876 Maschine ausgebaut, Schulschiff; 187.) Schulhulk
Fujiyama
1864 US, 1866 by Tokugawa Navy, 1869 IJN, decomissioned 1889


Fujiyama (Shogunate)
Hiryu Maru
1863;1866-1868 590 BRT; S/S Promise; 1866 Shogunats-Fl.; 1868 kaiserl. Fl.; 1871 amerikan. Yokohama Maru; 1873 japan.


Hiryu Maru (Shogunate)
Hosho Maru
barque 186.;1864-1869 Bark; 1864 Shogunats-Fl.; 1869 kaiserl. Fl.
Kayo Maru
corvette 1852;1868-1868 699 BRT; Bew.: 24 Kanonen; S/S Chusan; 1866 Matsuyama-Clan, Koguyo Maru; 1868 Choshu-Clan, Kayo Maru; 1868 Shogunats-Fl., Korvette; 12.1868 + (?); 1871 kaiserl. Flotte; 1872 Hulk, nach Shanghai verk.
Kwaiten / Kaiten
paddle corvette 1851;1864-1869 1920 t; 75,66 m L., dt. Rad-Korvette Danzig; 1863 brit. Eagle; 1864 Shogunats-Fl.; 6.1869 +


SMS Danzig (1/1250)
Kokuryu Maru
1862;1864-1868 467 BRT; S/S Kumsing; 1864 Shogunats-Fl. Kokuryu Maru; 1868 Kaiserl. Fl., Kinsei, Schulschiff; 18. . br.
Shokaku Maru
paddle steamer 1857;1863-1868 359 BRT; Rad-S/S Yangtse; 12.1863 Shogunats-Fl., 1868 kaiserl. Fl.; 1868 +
Vulcan
paddle steamer 1863;1868-1868 250 BRT; brit. Rad-S/S; 1868 Shogunats-Fl., in kaiserl. Fl. eingesetzt, aufgelegt; 1871 Naniwa Maru, 1888 Riyo Maru; 1901 br.
Kanrin Maru
Japan's first screw-driven steam warship


Kanrin Maru (Shogunate)
Kotetsu / Azuma
Ironclad Azuma : ordered for CSS as Sphinx, launched 1864, bought by Denmark as Staerkodder, sale not completed, renamed CSS Stonewall, 1865 surrendered, bought by Shogun, 1869 to IJN as Kotetsu, 1871 renamed Azuma, stricken 1888, then hull
Sister Cheops became German Prinz Adalbert


Azuma Ironclad 1871 (1/1250)
Chiyodagata
(1863), Japan's first domestically-built steam warship

IJN

Siehe http://www.combinedfleet.com/kaigun.htm ,nihonkaigun by Hendrik Schütte, 1/700 ,zivile Schiffe im 2.Wk: T.Iwashige ,IJN in Truk, 1/350

Schlachtschiffe

Pre-Dreadnought, Dreadnought aera

Sphinx class
Ironclad Azuma : ordered for CSS as Sphinx, launched 1864, bought by Denmark as Staerkodder, sale not completed, renamed CSS Stonewall, 1865 surrendered, bought by Shogun, 1869 to IJN as Kotetsu, 1871 renamed Azuma, stricken 1888, then hull
Sister Cheops became German Prinz Adalbert


Azuma Ironclad 1871 (1/1250)
Ryujo
Armoured corvette 1864-1904 ex Ihosho Maru
Fuso
Fuso 1878;1878-1908; Armoured frigate / central battery ship


Fuso 1900 (1/1250), Fuso (Sino-Japanese War: Battle Yellow Sea)
Kongo class
Ironclads Kongo, Hiei, built in GB, 1875-1912


Hiei armoured corvette
Ting Yuen class
Chin Yen 1882;1895-1911 ex chin. Chen Yuen



Chen Yuen, Chin-Yen
Fuji class
Fuji 1897;1897-1922, Yashima 1897;1897-1904


Fuji 1897
Shikishima class
Similar to British Majestic/Formidable class
Shikishima 1900;1900-1923, Hatsuse 1901;1901-1904


Shikishima 1900
Asahi class
Asahi very similar to HMS Formidable class 1900;1900-1923, then experimental sub-tender (with U-Boot 0-1 ex German U 125) and transports.


Asahi (1/1250)
Mikasa class
Mikasa 1902;1902-1905, explosion/sunk. 1907-1921 Coast Defense Ship. 1923-today museum


Mikasa 1902, Mikasa
Imperator Nikolai I class
Iki 1889;1905-1915 ex Impierator Nikolaj


Iki ex Imperator Nikolai I, Imperator Nikolai I 1891 (IJN Iki) (1/1250)
Borodino class
Iwami 1902;1907-1922 ex Oriol.



Iwami ex Oryol *, Knyaz Suvorov 1904
Retvizan class
Hizen 1900;1908-1923 ex rus.. Retwizan




Hizen ex Retvizan, Retvizan 1900 (1/1250), Hizen ex Retvizan *
Peresvyet class
Suwo 1900;1908-1922 ex russ. Pobieda, Sagami 1898;1908-1916 ex russ. Piereswiet


Peresvet 1898
Kashima class
Kashima 1906;1906-1922, Katori 1906;1906-1922
Poltava class
Tango 1894;1911-1916


Poltava (1/1250)
Satsuma class
Satsuma 1909;1909-1922, Aki 1911;1911-1922


Aki (1/1250)
Kawachi class
Kawachi 1912;1912-1918 explosion, Settsu 1912;1912-1922 then target ship, involved in 1937 war, 1942 target ship again. Scrapped 1946


Settsu (1/1250),
Bausatzkandidat: Pitroad Waveline Resin Setts, Kawachi, Settsu 1940 *
German war prizes
Assigned as warprize to Japan, but all BU in Europe:
turk. Torgud Reis ex Weissenburg
Nassau
Oldenburg




SMS Weissenburg (1894) / türk. Torgud Reis, SMS Nassau 1909/18, SMS Oldenburg
Kaga class; completed as aircraft carrier
Kaga -1921;-1923-1942; not completed: Tosa -1921;--1925


Tosa *
Kii class; never started
Kii -1921;--1922, Owari -1921;---1922, No 11 -1921;---1922, No 12 -1921;---1922
Amagi class
geplant als Schlachtkreuzer, gestoppt, teils zum Umbau Flugzeugträger vorgesehen, nur Akagi in Dienst
Amagi -1920;-1920-1922, Akagi -1920;-1920-1922, Atago -1922;-1922-1922, Takao -1921;-1921-1922


Amagi 1923

Coast Defense Battleships

Ping Yuen class
Heien 1890;1895-1904 ex chin. Ping Yuen, ex Lung Wei. Often classified as Gunboat, was designed on base of the French Acheron class.



Heien ex Ping yuan Ex Longwei, Ping Yuan / Heien
Admiral Senyavin class
Mishima 1894;1905-1928 ex russ. Admiral Sieniawin, Okinoshima 1896;1905-1915 ex russ. Gienieral-Admiral Apraksin


Mishima ex Admiral Senyavin, General Admiral Graf Apraksin / Okinoshima (1/1250)
De Zeven Provincien class
De Zeven Provincien 1937:Soerabaja ;1909-1941, Feb.42 sunk by G4M bombers, salvaged and used as IJN battery ship


Soerabaja 1941, De Zeven Provincien 1933 / Soerabaja (1/1250)

Schlachtschiffe bis in Wk2

Kongo Class, 1913-1915
36600 ts(87)
Kongo 1913;1913-1944, Hiei 1914;1914-1942, Kirishima 1915;1915-1942, Haruna 1915;1915-1945


Kirishima
Fuso Class, 1915-1917
39154 ts
Fuso 1915;1915-1944, Yamashiro 1917;1917-1944


Fuso (1944)
Ise Class, 1917-18
38676 ts
Hyuga 1917;1917-1945, Ise 1918;1918-1945



Ise (vor Umbau), Hyuga
Nagato Class, 1920-21
42850 ts
Nagato 1920;1920-1945, Mutsu 1921;1921-1943


Mutsu
Yamato Class, 1941-42
71659 ts, 263m, 9x46cm, 4x3 15,5cm, 6x2 12,7cm, 24x2,5cm. => 1945: 2x3 15,5cm, 12x2 12,7cm, 152x2,5cm
Yamato
Musashi
Shinano cont'd as aircraft carrier


Yamato
A-150 class
Planned, not realized successor of Yamato with 3x2 51cm guns


Kii

Flugzeugträger, Seaplane Tender

Wakamiya, 1914
launched first carrier plane raid on kuk SMS Kaiserin Elisabeth and German gunboat SMS Jaguar while the siege of Tsingtau. 1914-1931


Wakamiya
Hosho, 1922
Hosho


Hosho 1939
Amagi class, 1927
Akagi. Ursprünglich als Schlachtkreuzer begonnen. Schwester Amagi bei Erdbeben vor Fertigstellung zerstört



Akagi, Akagi unvollst., Amagi 1923
Kaga, 1928
Kaga


Kaga (w/ Triple Deck)
Ryuho, 1929
l=215m, 16700ts ex Submarine Tender Taigei. Reconstructed 1941/42.


Ryuho 1942
Ryujo, 1931
l=180m, 10600ts


Ryujyo
Notoro/Erimo class, 1919/1934
Notoro Oiler: Notoro, Tsurumi, 1934 converted to Seaplane-Tender


Notoro IJN Seaplane Tender
Kamoi, 1920/1933
Kamoi Oiler, 1933 converted to Seaplane-Tender


Kamoi 1942
Shinshu Maru, 1935
first jap. Landing Ship. Circa 29 Daihatsu + 20 seaplanes, 2 catapults


Shinshu Maru 1942
Chitose Class, 1936
Seeflugzeugtender, umgebaut zu CVL
Chitose
Chiyoda


Chitose,
Bausatzkandidat: Chiyoda as CVL by Pitroad
Kamikawa Maru Class, 1937/1939
Aircraft Transport, then Seaplane Tender,
Kamikawa Maru
Kimikawa Maru
Kiyokawa Maru
Kunikawa Maru


Kimikawa Maru
Sakito Maru class, 1941-42
temporary seaplane tenders, then again IJA freighter Sagara Maru and Sanugi Maru


Sasako Maru
Soryu Class, 1937-1939
Soryu
Hiryu


Hiryu (1942)
Mizuho, 1939
Mizuho Seeflugzeugtender


Mizuho
Zuiho Class, CVL, 1940-41
Zuiho (Bau begonnen 1935 als U-Tender und schnelles Versorgungsschiff/Tanker Takasaki) 1940-44
Shoho ex (1939-41 U-Tender Tsurugisaki)



Zuiho, Ähnlicher Typ Tsurugisaki
Shokaku Class, 1941
Shokaku
Zuikaku


Zuikaku
Taiyo Class, CVE 1941-42
Taiyo ex Kasuga Maru, Unyo ex Yawata Maru, Chuyo ex Nitta Maru
ex passenger liners


Taiyo, Ähnlicher Typ Nitta Maru Ocean Liner
Hiyo, CVE 1942
Hiyo
Junyo


Junyo
Akitsushima, 1942
Akitsushima Seeflugzeugtender


Akitsushima
Nisshin 1942
Nisshin Seeflugzeugtender und leichter Kreuzer


Nisshin
Akitsu Maru class, Army Assault carrier, 1942
Akitsu Maru
Nigitsu Maru




Akitsu-Maru 1942, Akitsu-Maru (late), Akitsu Maru (1/1250)
Kaiyo class, CVE 1943
Kaiyo ex passenger liner Argentina Maru, 1939


Kaiyo
Shin'yo, CVE 1943
Shinyo ex German passenger liner Scharnhorst



Shin'yo ex Scharnhorst (1/1250), Shin'yo ex Scharnhorst
Unryu Class, 1944
Unryu
Amagi
Katsuragi
Kasagi 85% completed
Ikoma Stopped, material used for Shinano, sometimes designated as Ikoma sub-class
Aso not completed, Kurama or Kaimon … a total of 15 were ordered, though not completed


Unryu
Shinano, 1944
Shinano


Shinano, Shinano (1/1200)
Taiho, 1944
Taiho


Taiho
Kazahaya class, 1944
Fleet oilers, partially equipped as food supply, most not finished. Hayasui converted to carry seaplanes.


Hayasui
Shimane Maru, CVE 1945
Shimane Maru
Otakisan Maru not finished
Daiju Maru Stopped, later finished as cargo Ryuho Maru
Taisha Maru


Shimane Maru 1945 (1/1250)
Yamashio Maru class, IJA CVE 1945
Army CVE and assault ship 1945, ex Tanker
Yamashio Maru
Chigusa Maru not completed
Zuiun Maru not completed


Yamashio Maru IJA 1945
Ibuki, CA...CVL, 1942/43
Ibuki started as heavy cruiser, continued as aircraft carrier, not completed


Bausatzkandidat: KoboHiryu out of stock
Kumano Maru, army assault carrier 1945
Kumano Maru ex cargo


Kumano Maru

Kreuzer

Kreuzer bis WkI +

Katsuragi class
Screw corvettes built 1887
Katsuragi 1887-1913, Yamato 1888-1922, 1922 survey ship, 1935 drill ship, 18.9.45 founded in storm, BU 1950, Musashi 1887-1922, 1922 survey ship. 1928 hulked as Hai Kan No 5, BU 1931(88)


Yamato screw corvette 1883-1950
Maya class
Gunboats 1888-1911; Maya, Chokai, Atago, Akagi


Akagi (1888)
Tsukushi
1880;1883-1910; ex Chile cruiser Arturo Prat, built in UK. Sisters China Chao Yung, Yang Wei


Chao Yung & Yang Wei
Sei-Kyo Maru
1888 transport;1894-1895 Aux cruiser 1894 Battle at Yalu River of the First Sino-Japanese War, 1895-1904 transport, 1904 requisitioned again 1905 hospital ship


Sei-Kyo Maru
Takao
Small cruiser, sometimes classified as corvette or aviso. Designed by French Bertin.1888;1889-1912



Takao 1889, Takao 1889 (1/1250)
Milan class
French unprotected cruisers series
similar: Yaeyama 1890-1911; Miyako 1899-1904


Yaeyama 1892
Chiyoda class
armoured cruiser
Chiyoda 1890;1890-1920


Chiyoda 1890
Chishima class
Chishima 1892;1892-1892 sunk by collsision
Lima class
cruiser ex merchant ship
Lima ex Socrates 1881 in Germany for Greek; in UK converted to cruiser 1889-1926 converted to R-class submarines depot ship and minelayer, being used also as transport, stricken 1950
Callao ex Diogenes -1881 in Germany for Greek; not paid, purchased by Japan 1895, but not delivered, incomplete to USA 4/1898 and renamed USS Topeka (later classified as PG-35), 1921 IX-35, 1930 sold for scrap


Lima 1930 (1/1250)
Asama class
armoured cruiser based on Chilean O' Higgins class
Asama 1899;1899-1924 then training ship 1924-1945, Tokiwa 1899;1899-1922, then minelayer 1924-1945, in Wk2 partially as escort



Asama 1899, Tokiwa
Chihaya
unprotected cruiser: 1900-1945; 1912: gunboat 1928-1939 training hulk 1945 still afloat


Chihaya 1910 (1/1250)
Yakumo class
armoured cruiser built in Germany
Yakumo 1900;1900-1921; then training ship till 1939; then cruiser 1st class with new guns, but mainly used as training ship; broken 1946


Yakumo
Azuma class
armoured cruiser
Azuma built in France 1900;1900-1941 hulked in 1941, damaged 1945 by US bomb raid


Azuma Kreuzer (1/1250), Azuma Kreuzer **
Izumo class
armoured cruiser
Izumo 1900;1900-1945 (Mediterranean service 1917-19) 1943 training hulk, Iwate 1901;1901-1923/1945



Iwate, Iwate
Garibaldi mod. class
Italian export armoured cruiser
Kasuga 1904;1904-1927 then Training Ship / Hulk -1945, Nisshin 1904;1904-1927 (Mediterranean service 1917-19), then target -1935


Kasuga 1904
Bayan class
armoured cruiser
Aso ex russ. Bayan 1900;1906-1920 1920-32 Minelayer


Bayan 1900
Tsukuba class
armoured cruiser
Tsukuba 1907;1907-1917, Ikoma 1908;1908-1918


Bausatzkandidat: Kobo-Hiryu Tsukuba 1/700
Ibuki class
armoured cruiser
Ibuki 1909;1909-1922, Kurama 1911;1911-1922


Ibuki 1909 (1/1250)
Naniwa class
protected cruiser
Naniwa 1886;1886-1912; Takachicho (Takaschiho) 1886;1886-1907, dann Minenkreuzer, 1914 durch dt. S90 versenkt


Naniwa 1885
Unebi class
protected cruiser
Unebi 1886;1886-1887


Unebi (1/1250)
Itsukushima class
protected cruiser
Itsukushima 1891;1891-1906, Matsushima 1891;1891-1906, Hashidate 1894;1894-1906
Matsushima differed from her sister ships primarily in the location of her 32cm Canet main gun, which was situated behind the superstructure instead of in the bow.


Itsukushima 1891
Yoshino class
protected cruiser
Yoshino 1893;1893-1904, auch Ioshino geschrieben, ähnlich argentinische Veinticinco de Mayo


Yoshino 1893
Akitsushima class
protected cruiser
Akitsushima 1894;1894-1921


Akitsushima 1899
Esmeralda class
protected cruiser
Izumi ex Chile Esmeralda 1883;1894-1907; very similar to Italian Giovanni Bausan and the following Etna class, sister ships in several countries


Izumi 1900 ex Esmeralda 1884
Chi Yuen class
protected cruiser
Saien 1882;1895-1904 ex chin Jiyuan (or Tsi Yuan or Chi Yuen written)


Tsi Yuen / Jiyuan / Saien, Tsi Yuen / Jiyuan /Chi Yuan / Saien
Tatsuta
unprotected cruiser/aviso Tatsuta 1894; 1894-1926. 1912 gunboat; 1912 Submarine tender Nagaura


Tatsuta 1894, Tatsuta 1903
Suma class
protected cruiser
Suma 1896;1896-1921, Akashi 1899;1899-1922 (Mediterranean service 1917-19)


Suma 1896
Takasago class
protected cruiser sister of Chilean Chacabuco
Takasago 1898;1898-1904, ähnlich Ioshino


Takasago 1898
Kasagi class
protected cruiser
Kasagi 1898;1898-1910, Chitose 1899;1899-1922


Kasagi 1898
Niitaka class
protected cruiser
Niitaka 1904;1904-1922, Tsushima 1904;1904-1930, dann Haikan No.10 Training Ship und zuletzt Zielschiff


Tsushima 1904, Tsushima 1911 (1/1250)
Otowa class
protected cruiser
Otowa 1904;1904-1917 originally 3rd ship of Niitaka class, due to budget then 10% smaller and lighter weapons


Ähnlicher Typ Tsushima 1904
Waryag class
protected cruiser
Soya 1899;1907-1916


Varyag 1899
Novik class
protected cruiser
Suzuya 1900;1908-1913


Novik (Kreuzer, 1901) (1/1250),
Bausatzkandidat: Kombrig
Yodo class
light cruiser
Yodo 1908;1908-1940. Then Hulk 13, Mogami 1908;1908-1928


Yodo 1912 (1/1250)
Diana class
protected cruiser
Tsugaru ex SU Pallada 1899;1910-1920


Aurora (late)
Tone class
light cruiser
Tone 1910;1910-1931


Tone 1910 (1/1250)
Chikuma class
light cruiser
Chikuma 1912;1912-1931, Hirado 1912;1912-1940, Yahagi 1912;1912-1940


Hirado 1912 (1/1250)

Schwere Kreuzer bis in Wk2

Furutaka Class, 1926
Furutaka 1926;1926-1942, Kako 1926;1926-1942; Aoba 1927;1927-1945, Kinugasa 1927;1927-1942 Furutaka und Kako erst 6x1x20cm, später umgebaut 3x2x20,3 cm. Aoba, Kinugasa gleich im neuen Design.



Kako (after rebuild)
Myoko Class, 1928/1929
11600t-15000t
Myoko 1929;1929-1945, Nachi 1929;1929-1944, Haguro 1929;1929-1945, Ashigara war zu Besuch in Kiel 1929;1929-1945


Haguro
Takao Class, 1932
Wie Myoko, geänderte Torpedobewaffnung und Brücke. 10000-15000t. l=203m, 10*20cm, 4*12cm, 8 Torpedo, bis zu 66 2,5cm
Takao 1932;1932-1945, Atago 1932;1932-1944, Maya 1932;1932-1944, Chokai 1932;1932-1944


Chokai
Mogami Class, 1935-1937
Erst CL mit 15*15,5cm, dann CA mit 10*20,3cm
Mogami 1935;1935-1944, Mikuma 1935;1935-1942, Suzuya 1937;1937-1944, Kumano 1937;1937-1944



Mogami (CA), Kumano (CL)
Tone Class, 1938/1939
Tone 1938;1938-1945, Chikuma 1939;1939-1944
2 more not completed


Tone
Ibuki class
Ibuki -1943;continued as aircraft carrier,1 more cancelled

Leichte Kreuzer bis in Wk2

Tenryu Class, 1919
Tenryu 1919;1919-1942, Tatsuta 1919;1919-1944


Tatsuta
Kuma Class, 1920-21
Kuma 1920;1920-1944, Tama 1921;1921-1944, Kitakami 1921;1921-1945 umgebaut zu Torpedokreuzer, dann Kaiten Type 2 -Träger, Kiso 1921;1921-1944, Oi 1921;1921-1944 umgebaut zu Torpedokreuzer





Kitakami (Kaiten), Oi Torpedokreuzer 1943, Kiso, Kitakami (Torpedo)
Nagara Class, 1922-1925
Nagara 1922;1922-1944, Natori 1922;1922-1944, Kinu ex Otonase 1922;1922-1944, Yura ex Suzuka 1923;1923-1942, Isuzu 1923;1923-1945, Abukuma ex Minase 1925;1925-1944

Isuzu 1944 was converted to an AA cruiser



Natori, Isuzu 1944
Yubari, 1923
Yubari 1923;1923-1944


Yubari
Naka Class, 1924-25
Sendai 1924;1924-1943, Jintsu 1925;1925-1943, Naka 1925;1925-1944
cancelled: Kako -1922;--1922, Minase -1922;--1922, Otonase -1922;--1922, Ayase -1922;--1922



Sendai (1933), Jintsu (1933)
Katori Class, 1940-41
Katori 1940;1940-1944, Kashima 1940;1940-1945, Kashii 1941;1941-1945, Kashiwara -1941;--1941; more prepared


Katori
Agano Class, 1942-44
Agano 1942;1942-1944, Noshiro 1943;1943-1944, Yahagi 1943;1943-1945, Sakawa 1944;1944-1945


Agano
Oyodo, 1943
Oyodo 1943;1943-1945; cancelled: Niyodo and more


Oyodo (1944)
Ex-Armored Cruiser
Izumo Class: Izumo (Idzumo) 1898, Iwate 1898
Yakumo 1898



Iwate, Iwate

Hilfskreuzer Wk2

Aikoku Maru class
Hokoku Maru,
Aikoku Maru,
Gokoku Maru


Aikoku-Maru 1944
Akagi Maru class
Akagi Maru, Asaka Maru http://ww6.enjoy.ne.jp/~iwashige/asakamaru.htm . Awata Maru http://ww6.enjoy.ne.jp/~iwashige/awatamaru.htm


Asaka Maru 1942
Bangkok Maru class
Bangkok Maru
Saigon Maru
Kinjosan Maru

Kinryu Maru

Kiyosumi Maru

Kongo Maru

Noshiro Maru



Noshiro Maru
Ukishima Maru



Ukishima Maru

Zerstörer

Hauptquellen: (58)(89)(90)
Ikazuchi Class, 1899
6 destroyers Yarrow type. Ikazuchi, Inazuma, Niji, Akebono, Oboro, Sazanami(91)


Smyrni ex kuk Ulan
Murakumo, 1898
6 destroyers on base of British 30-knotters (D-class) Kagero, Murakumo, Shinonome, Shiranui, Usugumo, Yugiri. Später teils Tender, Minenboote(92)



Murakumo, Kagero 1902 (1/1250)
Akatsuki 1902
Akatsuki, Kasumi Yarrow built(93)
Shirakumo, 1902
Thorneycroft-Boote. Ähnlich schwedische Magne
Shirakumo
Asashio



Shirakumo, Shirakumo 1902 (1/1250)
Harusame, 1903
7 destroyers Asagiri, Harusame, Hayatori, Murasame, Ariake, Arare, Fubuki(94)



Harusame (1903), Ähnlicher Typ Sua Tayanchon
Kamikaze / Asakaze Class, 1905
32 destroyers Asakaze, Wakaba, Ushio, Nenohi, Kisaragi, Kamikaze, Hatsushimo, Yugure, Harukaze, Yayoi, Oite, Hibiki, Hatsuyuki, Yudachi, Asatsuyu, Nowaki, Mikazuki, Shigure Hatsuharu, Shiratsuyu, Shirayuki, Shirotae, Matsukaze, Nagatsuki -> 11-go, Yunagi, Uzuki, Minazuki->10-gom, Hayate, Kikuzuki->12-go, Uranami->8-go, Isonami->7-go, Ayanami->9-go.
Ähnlich Harusame class. 1923 viele zu Minensuchern umgebaut. 3.9.1914 Shirotae durch dt. T-Boot Jaguar in Kiao Chao Bay zerstört.(95)
Kriegsbeute SU 1905
Akatsuki/Yamabiko ex Resitelnyj, ex-Kondor, ex-Baklan 1901. Mod.Sokol Class. Am 11.8.05 lief Resitelnyj in den neutralen Hafen Chefoo/Chifu und wurde dort am 12. von den Japanern erobert. 1906 nach Reparaturen Yamabiko genannt
Fumizuki ex Silnyi 1901, mod. Typ Akula/Sokol
Satsuki ex Bedovyj 1901. Laird Design. Nach Schlacht von Tsushima erobert durch Sazanami, Kagero
Makigumo ex Wsadnik 1892 Kasarski-Klasse aus Schichau, 15. Dezember 1904 in Port Arthur versenkt, von Japan gehoben, Makigumo, 1911 außer Dienst, 1913 verschrottet
Shikinami ex Gaidamak 1892 Kasarski-Klasse aus Schichau, 2. Januar 1905 in Port Arthur selbst versenkt, von Japan gehoben, Shikinami, 1911 außer Dienst, 1913 verschrottet



Sokol (1902), Vsadnik 1894 / Makigumo
Umikaze Class, 1911
Umikaze
Yamakaze


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Umikaze 1911
Sakura Class, 1912
Sakura
Tachibana



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Sakura (1914), Tachibana (1912)
Urakaze Class, 1915
Urakaze / Escort vessel No.18 (rsp. Training ship 18 / Hai-Kan No. 18)
Kawakaze 7.16 vor Fertigstellung an Italien verkauft, wurde Intrepido, dann Audace und TA20



TA20 ex Audace ex Kawakaze
Kaba class, 1915
10 destroyers Kaba, Matsu, Kashiwa, Katsura, Kaede, Kiri, Kusunoki, Ume, Sakaki, Sugi.(61)Identisch zu Sakura. Frankreich wurde gezwungen, die baugleiche Algerien Klasse mit 12 Schiffen zu bestellen. Die Kaba class wurde im Mittelmeer eingesetzt, Sakaki wurde durch kuk U-27 (dt.Typ BII) torpediert und schwer beschädigt.



Kaba 1915 (1/1250), Kaba 1917 Malta, Ähnlicher Typ Sakura (1914), Ähnlicher Typ Tachibana (1912)
Isokaze/Amatsukaze, 1916
4 destroyers Update der Umikaze Class: Amatsukaze, Isokaze, Tokitsukaze, Hamakaze


Isokaze (1916)
Momo class, 1916
4 destroyers Momo, Kashi (1937 Manchukuo als Hai Wei -> 1943 Kari),Hinoki,Yanagi. (61)The Momo class was in the Mediterranean service


Momo
UK Leihgabe Acorn/H class
Kanran 1917 ex Nemesis (Acorn/H Class), 1919 Nemesis
Sendan 1917 ex Minstrel (Acorn/H Class), 1919 Minstrel


Kanran ex Nemesis
Tochnyi class
Beute aus Intervention; Tvyordyi, Tochnyi zurückerobert. Die anderen abgebrochen-1923:Potapenko  1906;1906-1927, Trevozhnyi 1906;1906-1922, Inzhener Mehanik Anastasov 1908;1908-1921, Leitenant Maleev 1908;1908-192


Tochnyi (1907)
Enoki class, 1918
6 destroyers Enoki->10-go, Nara->9-go, Tsubaki, Kuwa, Keyaki, Maki(61)Praktisch identisch mit Momo Class



Ähnlicher Typ Momo
Kawakaze Class, 1918
Kawakaze (61)
Tanikaze


Tanikaze
Momi Class, 1918
Momi
Kaya
Nashi
Take
Kaki / 1945 Training vessel Osu
Tsuga
Nire / No. 1 Tomariura
Kuri
Kiku / Patrol Boat No. 31
Aoi / Patrol Boat No. 32
Hagi / Patrol Boat No. 33
Fuji / Patrol Boat No. 36 1942/43 converted to fast attack transport. Pic see warshipsww2.eu/lode.php?language=E&period=&idtrida=1096
Susuki / Patrol Boat No. 34 1942/43 converted to fast attack transport, model pic nihonkaigun.wordpress.com/2015/01/22/pb-34-go-momi-klasse/
Hishi / Patrol Boat No. 37
Hasu
Warabi
Tade / Patrol Boat No. 39 1942/43 converted to fast attack transport
Sumire / then Training ship Mitaka
Tsuta / Patrol Boat No. 35 1942/43 converted to fast attack transport
Ashi / No. 2 Tomariura
Yomogi / Patrol Boat No. 38 1942/43 converted to fast attack transport



Momi, PB-36 ex Fuji
Kriegsbeute Deutschland
5 Zerstörer T.181, S.51, S.60, V.80, V.127(96)


Ähnlicher Typ SMS V150/155, Ähnlicher Typ SMS G37
Minekaze Class, 1919
Akikaze
Hakaze
Hokaze
Minekaze
Nadakaze converted to PB-2, later fast transport. Pic and background see navypedia.org/ships/japan/jap_dd_minekaze.htm (97)
Okikaze
Sawakaze (1939 aircraft rescue ship 1941 patrol boat 1944 ASW training ship)
Shimakaze converted to PB-1, later fast transport. Pic and background see navypedia.org/ships/japan/jap_dd_minekaze.htm (97)
Shiokaze Converted to (4) Kaiten carrier: Background see navypedia.org/ships/japan/jap_dd_minekaze.htm
Tachikaze
Yakaze (1942 aircraft target ship)
Yukaze


Akikaze
Nokaze Class
Sub-Class, different weapon arrangement
Namikaze Converted to 2 Kaiten carrier. Pic and background see navypedia.org/ships/japan/jap_dd_minekaze.htm (97)
Nokaze
Numakaze


Namikaze Kaiten (Nokaze Kit), Nokaze
Wakatake Class, 1920
Wakatake
Kuretake
Sanae
Sarawabi
Asagao
Yugao / Patrol Boat No. 46
Fuyo
Karukaya


Wakatake, Wakatake, Wakatake
Kamikaze Class, 1921
Kamikaze Ex Kiyokaze ex 1-go(61)
Asakaze ex Karukaz ex 3-go(61)
Harukaze ex Makaze ex 5-go(61)
Matsukaze
Hatakaze
Oite
Hayate
Asanagi
Yunagi


Kamikaze
Mutsuki Class, 1926-27
1772 ts, verbesserte Torpedos, sonst wie Kamikaze
Mutsuki Mutsuki trug 1941 einige Monate ein interessantes Tarnschema.
Bilder und Hintergrund siehe aeronautic.dk/Warship Mutsuki.htm
und modelshipgallery.com/gallery/dd/ijn/mutsuki-700-nn/nn-index.html
Kisaragi
Yayoi
Uzuki
Satsuki
Minazuki
Fumizuki
Nagatsuki
Kikuzuki
Mikazuki
Mochizuki
Yuzuki



Mutsuki
Fubuki Class, 1928-31
2090 ts
Fubuki
Shirayuki
Hatsuyuki
Miyuki
Murakumo
Shinonome (sunk 17.12.41 by Do24(911)
Usugumo
Shirakumo
Isonami
Uranami


Hatsuyuki
Fubuki Type II (Ayanami)
Ayanami
Shikinami
Asagiri
Yugiri
Amagiri
Sagiri
Oboro
Akebono
Sazanami
Ushio


Ayanami (early), Shikinami (late)
Fubuki Type III (Akatsuki), 1932
1980 ts
Akatsuki
Hibiki
Ikazuchi
Inazuma


Akatsuki (late)
Hatsuharu Class, 1933-35
1802 ts. Anfangs vorne mit oberem Einzelturm, später entfernt
Hatsuharu
Nenohi
Wakaba
Hatsushimo
Ariake
Yugure





Hatsuharu, Nenohi (1933), Hatsushimo, Ariake (late)
Shiratsuyu Class, 1936-37
1980 ts
Shiratsuyu
Shigure
Murasame
Yudachi
Harusame
Samidare
Umikaze
Yamakaze
Kawakaze
Suzukaze


Shiratuyu (early), Harusame (late), Shigure
Kriegsbeute China S90 class
Chang Feng => 1918:Yu Chang 1911;1911-1932, Fu Po => 1918:Chien Kang 1911;1912-1937 versenkt durch Flugzeuge der Kaga, 1938 repariert als jap. Yamasemi, 1939 an Nanjing Regierung als Hai Su


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Chang Feng (3rd order) *, SMS Sleipner ex S97 (1/1250), Ähnlicher Typ SMS V150/155
Kriegsbeute China Hu Peng class
Kawasemi 1906 Kawasaki built Chi Fungo No.8 / Hu Ngo. 1937 versenkt, gehoben 1939 als Kawasemi(98)


Hu Peng Class, No.1 Torpedoboat
Asashio Class, 1937-39
2370 ts
Asashio
Oshio
Michishio
Arashio
Asagumo
Yamagumo
Natsugumo
Minegumo
Kasumi
Arare


Kasumi
Kagero Class, 1939-41
2490 ts
Kagero Shiranui Kuroshio Oyashio Hayashio Natsushio Hatsukaze

Yukikaze Überlebte als einziger der Klasse den Krieg, kam zur taiwanesische Marine als Tanyao / Tan Yan. Bis 1970 im Einsatz.

Amatsukaze wurde trotz fehlendem Vorderschiff noch eingesetzt
Tokitsukaze Urakaze Isokaze Hamakaze Tanikaze Nowaki
Arashi Hagikaze Maikaze Akigumo


Shiranui, Tan Yang / Tanyao 1955 ex Yukikaze, Yukikaze
Yugumo Class, 1941-44
2520 ts
Yugumo, Makigumo, Kazagumo, Naganami, Makinami, Takanami, Onami, Kiyonami, Tamanami, Suzunami, Fujinami, Hayanami, Hamanami, Okinami, Kishinami, Asashimo, Hayashimo, Akishimo, Kiyoshimo, Umigiri, Yamagiri, Tanigiri, Kawagiri, Taekaze, Kiyokaze, Satokaze, Murakaze, Yamasame, Akisame, Natsusame, Hayasame, Takashio. Akishio, Harushio, Wakashio


Asashimo
Shimakaze, 1943
3048 ts
Shimakaze 1942. Testschiff Super-Zerstörer mit 80000PS-Dampfmaschine, 40,9kn


Shimakaze
Matsu class (Type-D) , 1944-45
1530 ts
Hinoki Kaede Kashi Kaya Keyaki Kiri
Kuwa Maki Matsu Momi Momo Nara
Sakura Sugi Take Tsubaki Ume Yanagi


Matsu, Matsu, Sakura, Sakura
Tachibana class (Modified Type-D)
Enoki Hagi Hatsuume Hatsuzakura Kaba Kaki Kusunoki Nashi Nire Odake Shii Sumire Tachibana Tsuta


Sumire, Tachibana (1944), Tachibana (Kaiten Stern)
Akizuki Class, 1942-45
2700 ts - 3700 ts
Akizuki Teruzuki Suzutsuki Hatsuzuki Niizuki Wakatsuki Shimotsuki




Akizuki, Akizuki, Akizuki
Fuyutsuki Class, 1944 (Akizuki Subclass)
Fuyutsuki
Yoizuki
Harutsuki
Natsuzuki


Fuyuzuki
Michitsuki Class, 1944 (Akizuki Subclass)
Hanazuki US-Beute DD-934


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Torpedoboote, Geleiter

Geleitboote (Kaibokan)

Shirataka
Shirataka 1927,1929-1944, pics see warshipsww2.eu/lode.php?language=E&period=&idtrida=1070



Bausatzkandidat: Kobo-Hiryu sold out
Shimushu, Type A
Shimushu, Hachijo, Kunashiri, Ishigaki



Escort Destroyer Shimushu
Etorofu, mod. Type A
(later reclassified as sub-class of Shimushu)
14 Boote Etorofu, Hirato, Tsushima, Fukae, Matsuwa, Mutsure, Sado, Oki (later ROCN Gu An, later PLAN Chang Bai), Manju, Kanju, Iki, Amakusa, Wakamija, Kasado



Escort Destroyer Etorofu
Mikura, Type B
(later reclassified also Type A)
8 Boote Mikura, Miyake, Awaji, Kurahashi, Nomi, Chuburi, Yashiro, Kusagaki



Escort Destroyer Type B Mikura
Hiburi
(sub-class of Mikura, Type B later reclassified Type A))
Hiburi, Daito, Shonan, Kume, Ikuna (nach Krieg Meteo Agency, dann Cost Guard als PL-102(99)Ojika bis 1963), Shisaka, Sakito, Mokuto, Habuto, Otsu, Tomoshiri



Escort Destroyer Hiburi (Type A Ukuru)
Ukuru, mod. Type B
(later reclassified also Type A)
142 geplant, 31 (29?) gebaut. Ukuru, Hiburi, Shonan, Daito, Okinawa, Kume, Ikuna, …




Escort Destroyer Type B Ukuru, PL-106 Kojima ex Shiga
Kaibokan Type C Hei
(later reclassified Type 1 class)
300 geplant, 56 gebaut. CD-1...CD-227



Escort Destroyer Type C Hei
Kaibokan Type D Tei
(later reclassified Type 2 class)
203 geplant, 67 gebaut. CD-2...CD-204



Escort Destroyer Type D Tei
CDa Type
Light escort, completed as Kaiten carrier. Type A steel hull, type B wooden hull. Modified as coastal escort with 60DC instead of Kaiten. 270-290 ts.
CDa 1,2 launched June 45. CDa 101… laid down, not finished


Coastal Escort Type A (CDa)

Beute

Ning Hai Class
Isojima (auch Ioshima),ex Chinese CL Ning Hai; Yasojima, ex Chinese CL Ping Hai


Ping Hai (1936) (1/1250), Ning Hai 1937
PB-101
ex HMS Thracien D86, Admiralty S Class(33), pics see http://warshipsww2.eu/lode.php?language=E&period=&idtrida=1099 . Later Special Training Ship 1 "Toku 1 Go-Renshu-Tei"


Ähnlicher Typ HMS Trojan (1918)
PB-102
ex USS Stewart DD-224(100)(33), pics see http://warshipsww2.eu/lode.php?language=E&period=&idtrida=1099


Ähnlicher Typ USS Borie DD-215, PB-102 ex USS Stewart DD-224 (1/400)
PB-103
ex USS Finch AM-9 Minesweeper(33)


PB-103 ex USS Finch AM-9, USS Bird class / Lapwing AM-1 class 1918 (1/1250)
PB-104
ex NL Valk Opium Hunter(33), sister of Arend. Converted to seaplane tender at begin of war, sunk, then by IJN


PB-104 ex NL Valk (1/1250)
PB-105
ex Philippines Arayat ex German as US customes cruiser(33), Jentschure src says possibly ex Spanish 1888 gunboat(101), but acc. Hansa was built at Schichau Werft(873)
PB-106
ex NL Hr.Ms. BANCKERT destroyer Admiralen class(33)(102), pics see http://warshipsww2.eu/lode.php?language=E&period=&idtrida=1099 ,http://shipbucket.com/images.php?dir=Real Designs/Japan/DD Patrol boat 106.png


PB-106 ex NL Banckert, Ähnlicher Typ Van Galen (1939/40) / ZH3
PB-107
ex US Genesee Fleet Tug(33)
PB-108
ex NL Arend Opium Hunter(33), sister of Valk. Converted to seaplane tender at begin of war, sunk, then by IJN


PB-104 ex NL Valk (1/1250)
PB-109
ex NL Fazant(33)

Patrouillenboote

Minekaze class
P1, P2 Nadakaze, pics see http://warshipsww2.eu/lode.php?language=E&period=&idtrida=1098


Ähnlicher Typ Akikaze
Momi class
PB-31 (Ex-KIKU), PB-32 (Ex-AOI), PB-33 (Ex-HAGI), PB-34 (Ex-SUTSUKI, s.a. http://nihonkaigun.wordpress.com/2015/01/22/pb-34-go-momi-klasse/ ), PB-35 (Ex-TSUTA), PB-36 (Ex-FUJI), PB-37 (Ex-HISHI), PB-38 (Ex-YOMOGI), PB-39 (Ex-TADE)
(33)pics see http://warshipsww2.eu/lode.php?language=E&period=&idtrida=1096


PB-36 ex Fuji
Wakatake class
P46 ex Yugao; pics see http://warshipsww2.eu/lode.php?language=E&period=&idtrida=1097


Wakatake

Torpedoboote

Otori Class
Otori, Kasasagi, Hiyodori, Hayabusa, Hato, Sagi, Kari, Kiji
Cancelled: Hatsutaka, Aotaka, Wakataka, Kumataka, Yamadori, Mizutori, Umidori, Komadori


Otori
Chidori Class
Chidori, Manazuru, Tomozuru, Hatsukari


Hatsukari 1935/1945

U-Jäger

Sub-Chaser Class 1
Ch1-Ch2


Ch.1 IJN Subchaser **
Sub-Chaser Class 3
Ch3
Sub-Chaser Class Ch51/Cha251
Ch51-53 later classified as Aux SC Ch251-253, later Tug Eisen 1638, 1650, 1651


Ch.51/Cha.251 IJN Subchaser
Sub-Chaser Class 4
Ch4-Ch12


Ch.4 IJN Subchaser
Sub-Chaser Class 13
Ch13-Ch27


Ch.13 IJN Subchaser, Ch.13 IJN Subchaser, Ch.13 IJN Subchaser
Sub-Chaser Class 28
Ch28-Ch63. Ch64-89 cancelled. Scarcely changed to Ch13 design


Ch.28 IJN Subchaser
Sub-Chaser Class Cha1
design of tugs/fishing vessels Cha1-Cha100,151-250
Captured Cha101-Cha118
ex NL Mine sweepers
A class: Cha.113 ex A, 112 ex B, 116 ex C
B1 class: Cha 103 / 105 / 106 / 107 / 108 / 114 / 115(874)
Bantam/3: Cha.117
Merapi class patrol vessel Tjerimai: Cha101
Ardjoeno class: Cha102 ex Ardjoeno/000, 104 ex Gedeh/14, 109 ex Kawi/7, 110 ex Lawoe/15, 118 ex Salak/8
P9 class: P11,12,15,16 IJN use not really known
P9 class: Cha111 ex P13 or P14





HNLMS A Minesweeper, Cha.105, Cha.113, Cha.101
Captured Fairmile B ML
HDML1062: 1942 Suikei 11 harbor gunboat, 1943 Kusentai 101 pilot boat/patrol craft
ML310: 1942 Suikei 12 harbor gunboat, 1943 Kusentai 102 pilot boat,patrol craft
ML3???: finished by IJN as Kusentai 111 pilot and patrol craft




HMS Fairmile B (1/600), HMS Fairmile B (1/1250), HMS Fairmile HDML (1/600)
Karatsu
Captured prize ex USS Luzon


USS Luzon PR-7/PG-47 (1941)
Auxiliary Patrol Boat Class No.1



Auxiliary Patrol Boat Class No.1, Auxiliary Patrol Boat Class No.1, Auxiliary Patrol Boat Class No.1
Suikei 21
ex HMS Heram Aux Minesweeper as harbor gunboat
Suikei 2?
ex HMS Rhu Aux Minesweeper as harbor gunboat
Type 5 Large Escort
Patrol boats designed in wood (at least 2 built) and steel (not built).


Type 5 Large Escort (1/600)
Aux Patrol Boats …
many converted merchant vessels

Geleittransporter Fast Attack Transports

Minekaze class
PB-1, PB-2 Nadakaze, Shiokaze pics see http://warshipsww2.eu/lode.php?language=E&period=&idtrida=1098


Ähnlicher Typ Akikaze
Momi class
PB-34 (Ex-SUTSUKI, s.a. http://nihonkaigun.wordpress.com/2015/01/22/pb-34-go-momi-klasse/ ), PB-35 (Ex-TSUTA), PB-36 (Ex-FUJI), PB-38 (Ex-YOMOGI), PB-39 (Ex-TADE) (33)pics see http://warshipsww2.eu/lode.php?language=E&period=&idtrida=1096


PB-36 ex Fuji
Klasse T1
T1-T21 http://pwencycl.kgbudge.com/T/-/T-1_class.htm
Carrier of Daihatsu landing crafts and midget submarines class Ko-hyoteki, better known as Koryu.
Shown No.5 carried Koryu Type 'C' No.69.


T1 class Fast Attack Transport

Kanonenboote

Oshima class
Oshima 1892;1892-1904 +collission with Akagi
Kuang Ping class/Kuang Yi class
Kohei Go: Kuang Ping 1891 captured by Japan 17/2/1895 as torpedo gunboat (cruiser). Sunk in storm 1895


Kuang Yi Torpedo Cruiser
Soko
1869-1894 China gunboat and governor yacht Tsao-kiang. War prize to Japan as Patrol boat Soko. 1924 sold to private as transport Soko Maru until 1964


Tsao-Kiang / Soko
Rendel type Chinto/Chinchu boats
ex chinese boats after british Rendel design. 1979;1895-1908
Chinto (ex-Chen Tung, ex-Epsilon), Chinsei (ex-Chen Hsi, ex-Zeta), Chinnan (ex-Chen Nan, ex-Eta), Chimpen (ex-Chen Pien, ex-Theta), Chinchu (ex-Chen Chung, ex-Iota), Chimpen (ex-Chen Pien, ex-Kappa)
Uji class
Uji 1903;1903-1932
Sumida
River gunboat 1903;1906-1935
Fushimi
River gunboat 1903;1906-1935
Toba
River gunboat 1911;1911-1945, then China as Yang Chi
Saga class
Saga 1912;1912-1945
Seta class
Riverine gunboats Seta, Katata, Hira, Hozu 1922;1923-45. Seta to China as Chang Teh


Hozu 1939, Katata 1941
Ataka
River gunboat Ataka ex Nakoso 1923;1923-1945; 1945: chin. An Tung


Ataka
Koreets/Korietz class
Kimigaio-Maru 2 ex russ. Mandzur 1886;1922-1923


Kimigaio-Maru 2 ex russ. Mandzur
Atami class
River gunboats Atami 1929-45 then China Yung Ping, Futami 1930-45 then China Yung An


Atami (late)
Atada
1930;1939-1946 Training ship and floating AA battery, ex chin. Gunboat I Hsien (Yat Sen), after war back to China as I Hsien


Atada 1940 ex I Hsien (1/1250), Atada ex I Hsien/Yat Sen
Fushimi class
River gunboats Fushimi 1939-45 then China Kiang Hsi, Sumida 1940-45 then China as Nan Chang


Kiang-Hsi ex Fushimi
Hashidate class
Hashidate 1940;1940-1944, Uji 1941;1941-1945 to China 1946 (Chang Chi)


Uji (1945)
Bangor class
HMS Lyemun (J209) was captured by Japan 1941 and used as Gunboat Nanyo till 1943
Acc diff sources ex chinese customs cruiser


HMS Bangor J00 (1/1250), HMS Bangor class 1940, HMS Bangor class 1940
Ram class
NL minelayer: Ram -1941;--1942 jap Gunboat Nanshin - 45, Regulus -1943;--1942 jap gunboat Nankai -45
Kotaka
1930 cargo vessel 1942-44 river gunboat
Azio class/Ostia class
Ital. Minelayer Lepanto (1927) raised and repaired 44 in Shanghai as Gunboat Okitsu till 45. Then China Hsien Ning ;1945-1949


General Soublette 1943 (1/1250)
Yongfeng class
ex chin gunboat Yung Chien. Captured 1937, renamed Asuga as MTB depot ship. Since 1940 she was used at Shanghai.In 1945 Asuga was reclassified to AA floating battery. 7/5/1945 Asuga was sunk by American aircraft in mouth of Yellow River. After war she was salvaged and commissioned by Chinese Navy.
See also Yongfeng class below



Zhongshan ex Yung Feng / IJN Asuka, Chung Shan / Yung Feng
USS Guam class
River gunboat USS Guam (PG-43), PR-3 in 1928, renamed USS Wake 1941 captured as IJN Tatara. 1945-66 China Tai Yuan
USS Luzon
River gunboat USS Luzon PG-47, PR-7. 1941 scuttled, 1942 salvaged as IJN Karatsu -45


USS Luzon PR-7/PG-47 (1941)
HMS Insect class
River gunboat Suma ex gunboat HMS Moth 1916;1942-45


Suma 1942 ex HMS Moth, HMS Aphis (1/1250)
Macao
Portug. River gunboat Macao 1910; 1943 passed to IJN as Maiko. 1945-68 China Wu Feng
Ermanno Carlotto
Ital river gunboat Ermanno Carlotto 1921; scuttled 1943, salvaged IJN as Narumi. 1945-60s China Kiang Kun
Tsukushi class
Dual purpose oceanographic research, survey ship. Tsukushi 1941-43, Miho cancelled
Junten class
1934 Junten, Yomin. Passed to Mandschukuo as Shun Tien, Yang Min. Captured by SU as KL-55,57


Manchukuo Imperial Navy (1)
Shinjin class
1935 Shinjin and Teiken. Slightly improved Junten class. Passed to Mandschukuo as Chin Yen, Ting Pien. Captured by SU as KL-56,58


Ähnlicher Typ Manchukuo Imperial Navy (1)
Shinkyo Maru
Aux. Minelaying gunboat


Shinkyo Maru 1942
Choun Maru
Armed transport Wartime Standard Type 1D, then aux gunboat


Choun Maru 1945

Weitere Wachschiffe

Heiyo
24 class sloop Merry Hampton 1918. Survey ship in February 1923, renamed Herald. Scuttled in February 1942 at Selatar but salved by the Japanese Navy and added as IJN Heiyo in October 1942. Sunk by mine 14 November 1944.


Heiyo 1944 (1/1250)
Rigel
1931;NL minelayer 1939 Aux Minelayer; sunk 42, IJN slavaged 44 as patrol boat, keeping the name Rigel; returned 45; Indonesian navy 1951 as Dewakembar


Rigel 1940 (1/1250)
Kozakura class
japan. 30t traffic boats built 1935, transferrred to Manchuria 1939. Kozakura => Hai Tien, Hakubai => Hai Yang


Kozakura

U-Boote

http://www.combinedfleet.com/ss.htm

Ex-deutsche WkI Boote

German classes U43, U51, UE2, UCIII, UBIII
O1 ex U125, O2 ex U46, O3 ex U55, O4 ex UC90, O5 ex UC99, O6 ex UB125, O7 ex UB143

Kaidai Types

KD1
I-51; 1924; Prototype of the large I-Cruisers. Derived from German prize U-139; 1500/2430 tons


Ähnlicher Typ SMS U-139 U-Kreuzer 1918 **
KD2
I-52/152, training ship derived from KD1; 1500/2500 t
KD3
1800/2300 tons; I-53, I-54, I-55, I-156, I-157, I-158, I-159, I-60, and I-63 (Kaidais renamed I-53=>I-153… on 20.5.42)
KD4
I-61, I-162, I-164; 1,720 tons / 2,300 tons (Kaidais renamed I-53=>I-153… on 20.5.42)
KD5
I-165, I-166, and I-67; 1,705 tons / 2,330 tons (Kaidais renamed I-53=>I-153… on 20.5.42)
KD6
I-168, I-169, I-70, I-171, I-172, I-73, I-174, and I-175; 1934-1938; 1,785 tons / 2,440 tons (Kaidais renamed I-53=>I-153… on 20.5.42)


I68 / I168 IJN, I-361, I-171 IJN
KD7
I-176, I-177, I-178, I-179, I-180, I-181, I-182, I-183, I-184, and I-185.1942-1943; 1,833 tons / 2,602 tons (Kaidais renamed I-53=>I-153… on 20.5.42)

Junsen & Type C

J1
I-1, I-2, I-3, I-4, I-5; cruiser based on KD1; 1926-1929; 2,135 tons / 2,791 tons; I-5 with aircraft


I-1, I-6 IJN
J2
I-6; 1935; 2,243 tons / 3,061 tons; aircraft


I-1, I-6 IJN
J3
I-7, I-8; 1937-1938; 2,525 tons / 3,583 tons, aircraft
C1 (Hei)
I-16, I-18, I-20, I-22, I-24; 1940-1941; 2,554 tons / 3,561 tons; derived from KD-6; carried midgets


I16 IJN
C2
I-46, I-47, I-48; 1943-1944; 2,557 tons / 3,564 tons


I46 IJN, I46 IJN
C3
I-52, I-53, I-55;1943-1944;2,564 tons / 3,644 tons


I-53 / 153 IJN (1/1250)

Types with aircraft

A1 (Ko)
I-9, I-10, I-11; 1941-1942;2,919 tons / 4,149 tons, derived from J3


I-9 IJN
A2
I-12;1944;2,934 tons / 4,172 tons
A mod
I-13, I-14;1944-1945; 3,603 tons / 4,762 tons A2 with larger hangar for 2 M6A1


I-14 IJN (1/1250)
B1 (Otsu)
I-15, I-17, I-19, I-21, I-23, I-25, I-26, I-27, I-28, I-29, I-30, I-31, I-32, I-33, I-34, I-35, I-36, I-37, I-38, I-39; 1940-1943; 2,584 tons / 3,654 tons


I15 IJN, I19 IJN
B2
I-40, I-41, I-42, I-43, I-44, I-45; 1943 - 1944; 2,624 tons / 3,700 tons


I-140 IJN (1/1250)
B3
I-54, I-56, I-58; 1944;2,607 tons / 3,688 tons
Für I-58 gibt es neben Kaiten auch Darstellungen mit 2 Amphibienpanzer hinter dem Turm.


I-58 Late IJN, I-58 IJN, I-58 IJN mit Amphibienpanzern (1/1250)
Sen Toku
I-400, I-401, and I-402; 1944-1945; 5,223 tons / 6,560 tons


I400 IJN, I400 IJN

Mediums

Kaichu I-V (KT)
1917-1923; Ro-11 - Ro-32
Kaichu
derived from KT; RO-33, RO-34, RO-35, RO-36, RO-37, RO-38, RO-39, RO-40, RO-41, RO-42, RO-43, RO-44, RO-45, RO-46, RO-47, RO-48, RO-49, RO-50 , RO-55 and RO-56; Year(s) Completed 1934 - 1944; Displacement (K.6) 960 tons (standard), 1,115 tons (surfaced), 1,447 tons (submerged)


Ro-35 IJN
Kaisho KS
RO-100, RO-101, RO-102, RO-103, RO-104, RO-105, RO-106, RO-107, RO-108, RO-109, RO-110, RO-111, RO-112, RO-113, RO-114, RO-115, RO-116 and RO-117; 1942 - 1944; 601 tons / 782 tons


Ro-100 IJN
L1-L4
developped from British L class, Ro-51 … RO-68; 1918 - 1926; 890 tons / 1,322 tons


Ro-60 IJN 1941 ex Sub No 59 (1/1250)
Sen Taka
I-201, I-202, and I-203; 1945; 1,291 tons / 1,450 tons
I-201 was base for the first afterwar submarine design Oyashio (SS-511) of 1957


I-201 1942 (1/1250)
Sen Taka Sho
HA-201-HA-238 and HA-246.; 1945; 320 tons/493 tons


Ha-207 (1/1250)

Midgets

Koryu A, B
50 units; 1940-1943; 46 tons submerged, 23,9m/24,9m
Also named Ko-hyoteki ko-gata / otsu-gata. Ha-1,2 prototypes. Ha3-48 Type A, 49-52 started as Type A, finished as Type B, Ha-53 Type B
Koryu C
15 Ships HA-62 - HA-76.(54-100 reserved for Type C; 1944; 49.09 metric tons submerged, 24,9m. Also named Ko-hyoteki hei-gata


Koryu C
Koryu D
115 Ships; 1944-1945; 59.6 tons submerged, 86feet. Also named Ko-hyoteki tei-gata, better known just as Koryu


Koryu D
Kairyu
19 tons, 17,2m; planned with 2 torpedo, due to lack of toprpedos many with warhead (suicide) built. 200 finished
Kaiten
Human guided torpedo; ca 8 tons; Normal Long Lance torpedo 9m, Kaiten Model 1 14,3m, Kaiten Model 2 16,5m


Kaiten, Tachibana (Kaiten Stern), Namikaze Kaiten (Nokaze Kit), Kitakami (Kaiten), Coastal Escort Type A (CDa)

U-Minenleger und U-Transporter

KRS (Kirai Sen)
Minelayer designed on German U-125 war prize; I-21, I-22, I-23, I-24; 1927-1928; 1,383 tons / 1,768 tons (renamed I-121..I-124 in 1939.)
D1
Transporter I-361, I-362, I-363, I-364, I-365, I-366, I-367, I-368, I-369, I-370, I-371, I-372; 1943-1944; 1,779 tons / 2,215 tons


I-361, I-171 IJN, I370 IJN, I68, I370 IJN
D2
Transporter I-373; 1945; 1926 tons / 2240 tons
Sen Yu Sho SS
based on IJA Yu II type Ushio: Transporter HA-101-109 and HA-111; 1944-1945; 429 tons / 493 tons


Ähnlicher Typ Maru-yu Yu1001 IJN
Sen Ho Sho
Tanker, Transport; I-351, I-352, I-353; 1945; 3500/4300 tons


I-351 (1/1250)
Maru Yu Type 3 (Army boats)
small transport 430/540 tons; 400 planned, 38 completed; Yu-1 - Yu-25, Yu-1001 - Yu-1014, Yu-2001 - Yu-2006, Yu-3001 - Yu-3010, Ushio (also base for IJN Ha-101 class); 1943-1945


Maru-yu Yu1001 IJN
Ex German IXC
Ro-500 ex U-511, Ro-501 ex U-1224


U-Boot Typ IXC, U-Boot Typ IXC, U-Boote VIIC, IXC, Frachter
Ex German IXD
I-501 ex U-181, I-502 ex U-862, I-506 ex U-195 IXD1-Transporter


U-Boot IX D2 Transporter U-875 1941/45
Ex German XB
I-505 ex U-219 Minelayer


U-Boot Typ XB U-118
Ex Italian Marcello class
Italian Comandante Cappellini captured by Japan, passed to Germany as UIT-24; then IJN I-503; mixed Italian,German,Japan crew


SMG Marcello class - Comandante Alfredo Cappellini
Ex Italian Marconi class
Italian Luigi Torelli captured by Japan, passed to Germany as UIT-25; then IJN I-504


SMG Marconi class - Luigi Torelli

Landungseinheiten

R1
Study leading to the Shinshu Maru (Whatif)


R-1 LPD
Shinshu Maru
first jap. Landing Ship. Circa 29 Daihatsu + 20 seaplanes, 2 catapults


Shinshu Maru 1942
Klasse T1
T1-T21 http://pwencycl.kgbudge.com/T/-/T-1_class.htm
Carrier of Daihatsu landing crafts and midget submarines class Ko-hyoteki, better known as Koryu.
Shown No.5 carried Koryu Type 'C' No.69.


T1 class Fast Attack Transport
Klasse T101



T101 class Landungsschiff, T101 class Landungsschiff, T101 class Landungsschiff
Klasse T103
same as T101 but with turbine instead of Diesel engine


Ähnlicher Typ T101 class Landungsschiff
Yasukawa Maru
Mil Transport


Yasukawa Maru 1941
Minekaze class
PB-1, PB-2 Nadakaze, Shiokaze pics see http://warshipsww2.eu/lode.php?language=E&period=&idtrida=1098


Ähnlicher Typ Akikaze
Momi class
PB-34 (Ex-SUTSUKI, s.a. http://nihonkaigun.wordpress.com/2015/01/22/pb-34-go-momi-klasse/ ), PB-35 (Ex-TSUTA), PB-36 (Ex-FUJI), PB-38 (Ex-YOMOGI), PB-39 (Ex-TADE) (33)pics see http://warshipsww2.eu/lode.php?language=E&period=&idtrida=1096


PB-36 ex Fuji

Minenschiffe

Minenleger

Aux Minelayer 1-41, …
Trawlers and other merchant ships used as aux minelayers in WW1, some even in WW2
Okinawa Maru
Aux cable layer 1904-1905 and 1941-1944
Katsurika
1917 Minelayer, Minesweeper 1938-44 survey vessel
Natsushima / Sokuten 1913
Natsushima  11.1911; 1912 // 1915-BU 1932, Sokuten  03.1913; 1913 // 1915-BU 1937, Toshima  10.1914; 03.1915-sunk 30/7/1945, Kuroshima  10.1914; 04.1915-captured 8/1945, to China 11/1947 (Chieh 29), Ashizaki  10.1915; 05.1916-captured 8/1945, wrecked 17/11/1945, Katoku, 1949: Katoku  10.1915; 04.1916-captured 8/1945, JMSDF patrol ship 1948, stricken 1953, Kurokami  02.1917; 05.1917-captured 8/1945, to United Kingdom 11/1947, BU, Katashima  02.1917; 05.1917-captured 8/1945, to Soviet Union 10/1947 (), Ento  03.1917; 05.1917-damaged 15/1/1945, never repaired, Enoshima  04.1909; 03.1919-damaged 14/10/1944, never repaired, Kurosaki  04.1909; 12.1921-captured 8/1945, wrecked 18/11/1945, Ninoshima  04.1909; 10.1920-captured 8/1945, BU 1946, Washizaki  04.1909; 09.1921-captured 8/1945, to United Kingdom 11/1947, BU


Minenleger Sokuten class 1913
Aso
Bayan (1900) 1903;1903-1904 salvaged IJN 1905 as Aso; training ship 1908-1917 minelayer 1917-1930 1930-1932 Hai Kan No. 4 sunk as target,


Bayan 1900
Tokiwa
ex armoured cruiser 1899;1899-1922, then minelayer 1924-1945, in Wk2 partially as escort



Asama 1899, Tokiwa
Shirataka
Minelayer/Netlayer 01.1929; 04.1929-sunk 31/8/1944
Itsukushima
05.1929; 12.1929-sunk 7/10/1944
Tsubame class
Built as netlayers, reclassified and used as Coastal Minelayer, Escorts Kamome  04.1929; 08.1929-sunk 27/4/1944, Tsubame  04.1929; 07.1929-sunk 1/3/1945
Yaeyama
1931;1932-1944


Yaeyama Minelayer
Natsushima class
1933;1934-44; Natsushima 1933, Nasami 1934, Sarushima Netlayer+minelayer slightly larger 1934. Design based on Tsubame with Diesel, increased armament.
Okinoshima
Minelayer (Mine cruiser) and netlayer.1935;1936-42
2x2 14cm naval guns.


Okinoshima Minenleger
Sokuten 1938 Class
Minelayer 1938 with sub-classes Sokuten (Sokuten, Shirakami, Naryu, Kyosai, Ukishima), Hirashima (Hirashima, Hoko, Ishizaki, Takashima, Saishu (45 to China), Niizaki, Yurijima, Nuwajima, Maeshima, (cancelled Moroshima)), Ajiro (Ajiro, 13 more cancelled:Kamishima,Shinoshima, Muso, Namizaki, Terajima, Kyobun, Kosei, Futsutsu?, Sugashima, Niijima, Hikoshima, Himeshima, Tateshima))


Minenleger Hirashima Class (1941)
Hatsutaka class
Sub classes Hatsutaka (Hatsutaka 1939, Aotaka 1040), Wakataka class (Wakataka 1941. 1945 to GB as HMS Laburnum, passed to Malaya -1956), Asadori class (Asadori cancelled 44)
Tsugaru
Minelayer (Mine cruiser) 1940;1941-44 on base of Okinoshima with dual-purpose 2x2 12,7cm guns and more mine capacity


Tsugaru Minenleger (1944)
Hashima class
Cablelayers with minelying capability 1940-68. Hashima ex Hatsushima, Tsurushima, Otate, Tateishi
Tatsumiya Maru Class
Tatsumiya Maru, Tatsuharu Maru freighters 1941 started conversion to Minelayers, 1942 reconverted to aux transports
Koei Maru class
Aux Minelayers ex freighters. Also used as transports. Koei Maru (ex Koyei Maru) 1934-62; 41-45 minelayer, Tenyo Maru 1934-42, 41-42 minelayer
Ma.1 class aux minelayers
1942-45. No.1-4 similar Wa1 minesweeper class


Ähnlicher Typ Aux Mine Sweeper No. 1
Ma.101 aux netlayer/minelayer
ex HMS Barlight (Barricade class or Bar class boom defense vessel) 1938; 1941 scuttled, Salvaged at Hong Kong. Sunk 44. Salvaged 45. 1947 to China.


Ma.101 Aux Netlayer ex HMS Barlight (1/1250)
Harushima
US Cable ship Col. GFE Harrison captured as aux cable layer Harushima Maru, later Harushima. 44-45 submarine chaser
Kamishima class
Kamishima 1945 to Soviet Union 10/1947 as Katun, Awashima unfinished , Hikoshima+6 more cancelled, 11 more not ordered
Eijo class
Eijo, Minoo 1945. Converted from Type 2D Standard Merchants, planned as dual use Transport and Minelyer
Harbor Minelayer (Tugs)
1934-45 Tugs of 100ts and 150ts type without towing gear but mine equipment.


Schlepper 100t, Schlepper 150t, Schlepper 150t (IJN Tugger)
Aux minelayers …
Besides some aux minelayers of WW1, some merchant ships were converted to minelayers in WW2
Aux netlayers…

Ogasawara Maru
Aux cable layer 41-45
Yamabato Maru
Aux cable layer 41-43

Minensucher

W1 class
Minesweeper W1-W6


Minenräumer W1
W7-W12
ex destroyers converted to minesweepers. Armament reduced.
1926-1930 Asakaze class: Sokaitei No. 7 ex Isonami, 8 ex Uranami, 9 ex Ayanami, 10 ex Minazuki, 11 ex Nagatsuki, 12 ex Kikuzuki
1930.1938 Enoki class: 9, 10 ex Nara, Enoki
1930-1936 Umikaze class: 7, 8 ex Umikaze, Yamakaze



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Ähnlicher Typ Momo, Umikaze 1911
W13 class
Minesweeper W13-W16


Minenräumer W13 **, Minenräumer W13 (1/1250)
W17 class
Minesweeper W17, W18, improved W13 class


Ähnlicher Typ Minenräumer W13 **
W7 1938 class
Minesweeper W7-W12
W19 class
Minesweeper W19-W30, W33, W34, W38, W39, W41. Others in the range W19-W88 later cancelled


Minenräumer W19
Bangor W101 class
HMS Taitam (J210) captured incomplete and completed as IJN minesweeper W101, HMS Waglan (J211) as W102



HMS Bangor J00 (1/1250), HMS Bangor class 1940, HMS Bangor class 1940, Minenräumer W101 **
Aux Mine Sweeper Wa1 class
Wa1-Wa22 trawler type


Aux Mine Sweeper No. 1
Aux Mine Sweeper Wa101 class
Aux Minesweepers ex Dutch DEFG class: Wa 101 - 107, Wa 107 (Ex-Enggano) temporarily named Hino Maru


Wa.101, Wa.104
Aux Mine Sweeper …
Many converted merchant ships

Tender

Taigei
Submarine tender 1933, 10500ts, prepared for conversion to light fleet aircraft carrier- 41/42 reconstructed. Renamed Ryuho



Bausatzkandidat: by Pit-road
, Ähnlicher Typ Tsurugisaki, Ähnlicher Typ Ryuho 1942
Tsurugisaki
Submarine tender 1939-41, converted to CVL Shoho


Tsurugisaki
Jingei class
Jingei, Chogai submarine tender


Chogei
Heian Maru
Submarine tender ex pax liner


Heian Maru U-Boot-Tender
Rio de Janeiro Maru
Aux. Submarine Tender


Rio de Janeiro Maru
Chiyoda
Seaplane tender. After conversion to midget carrier, the seaplane capacity was reduced and it could carry 12 A/B/C midgets


Chitose
Shuri Maru
Completed in 1928, SHURI MARU served as a passenger-cargo ship until she was requisitioned in 1937. She was converted to a gunboat and later a destroyer tender. SHURI MARU was sunk by an American submarine in 1945.

Weitere zivile Schiffe und mil. Hilfsschiffe

zivile Schiffe im 2.Wk: T.Iwashige ,
Fueler Oiler
Betriebsstofftanker



Betriebsstofftanker
Ashizuri
Oiler Ashizuri, Shioya


Ashizuri
2TL fueler class



Tanker 2TL
Aircraft Rescue Ship



Flugzeugbergungsschiff
Leichter



Leichter
Tugs



Schlepper 100t, Schlepper 150t, Schlepper 300t, Schlepper Set / Tugger Set Japan, Schlepper 150t (IJN Tugger)
Torpedo handling vessel



Torpedofrachter
Water supply vessel



Wassertanker
Yongfeng class
ex Chinese gunboats. 3 captured by Japan in China and passed to the Japan created Chinese government. Haixiang ex Yongxiang, Asuka / Asuga ex Yongjian, Haixing ex Yongji. Different tasks such as T-Boat tender, liaison ships...



Zhongshan ex Yung Feng / IJN Asuka, Chung Shan / Yung Feng
Akashi
Repair ship


Akashi
Sakito Maru class
converted as AA Vessel Sasako Maru (Sasago ?), Sado Maru
IJA transports Sakito Maru, Sagami Maru, Sakura Maru
temporarily seaplane tenders, then IJA freighters Sagara Maru, Sanuki Maru


Sasako Maru
Soya
Aux ammunition freighter and patrol.


Soya 1942
Kashino
Special transport for Yamato gun turrets. Then Ammunition ship


Kashino 1942
Notoro / Erimo class
Oiler class, some converted for other use
Notoro (conv. Seaplane tender)
Shiretoko (conv. to collier)
Erimo, Tsurumi, Shiriya, Iro
Sata (conv to submarine rescue ship



Notoro IJN Seaplane Tender, Shiretoko Class (Tsurumi / Iro)
Kamoi
Kamoi Oiler, 1933 converted to Seaplane-Tender


Kamoi 1942
Yasukawa Maru
Mil Transport (see Landing units)


Yasukawa Maru 1941
Mamiya
Food Supply


Mamiya
Irako
Food Supply


Irako 1941
Suruga Maru
Food Supply


Suruga Maru 1943
Hakachi
Target ship


Hakachi
Tonan Maru No.2
Ex Whaler, used as Freighter and Aux. Oiler


Tonan Maru No.2
Kawasaki-type Oilers
several sub-classes Toa Naru class, Tatekawa Maru/Itsukushima class, Nissho Maru class, Kuroshio Maru class, Akatsuki Maru class


Kokuyo Maru, Nippon Maru Yamashita Line Tanker
Captured Tankers
Ose ex NL Genota(924)(922)(925)


Bausatzkandidat: Ose by Frogfoot
Frachter
Eian Maru ex SMH Oswald


SMH Oswald FSIII 1918 (1/1250)
Tenkai No.3
ex british police vessel Fei Hsing. Meteo Research Vessel 3, dann Training ship (Jentschura Seite 265)


Tenkai No.3 1945 (1/1250)
Hikawa Maru
Hospital ship


Hikawa Maru
Nippon Maru
Training sailship


Nippon Maru JMSDF, Nippon Maru 1930 (1/1250)
Seian Maru
Tramp steamer


Seian Maru
Somedono Maru Class
Freighter.(902)(903)


Legie 1941
Passenger ships
Nitta Maru class: Nitta Maru, Yawata Maru converted to carriers Chuyo, Unyo, Kasuga Maru finished as Taiyo
Hikawa Maru class: Hikawa Maru (used as Hospital), Heian Maru, Hie Maru
Aikoku Maru class: Hokoku Maru, Aikoku Maru (AMC), Gokoku Maru




Nitta Maru Ocean Liner, Hikawa Maru, Aikoku-Maru 1944
Ming Chen class
Ming Sen ;1931-1937 1938 she was scuttled at Hankow. She was salvaged by Japanese in 1939, renamed Hitonose and commissioned by IJN as repair ship; 21/12/1944 she was lost as result of collision with merchant vessel Kosho at Shanghai; she was salvaged again, but then was lost on a mine
Odomari
Icebreaker; 1921-1945

Odomari **
Tsukumo
Training ship ex tug. See Svir


Svir 1905
Krabbenfischereifabrik
Kureha Maru


Kureha Maru *

Hai-kan

Hai-kan waren Hulks. Teils wurden sie direkt zum Abbruch vorgesehen, teils als Trainingsschiffe, Wohnhulks etc. verwendet. In der Regel Kessel und Schrauben ausgebaut.
Quellen: Hendrik Schütte (seine Website: http://nihonkaigun.wordpress.com ), http://www.combinedfleet.com/kaigun.htm , http://www.forum-marinearchiv.de/smf/index.php?topic=12078.5 , http://oceania.pbworks.com/w/page/8465275/Japanese Navy und Wikipedia.
No. 1 CL Chitose (+1931)
target for dive-bombers


Ähnlicher Typ Kasagi 1898
No. 2 CL Tone (+1931)



Tone 1910 (1/1250)
No. 3 CL Mogami (+1931)
Yodo class


Ähnlicher Typ Yodo 1912 (1/1250)
No. 4 CA Aso/Bayan (+1932)
ex SU cruiser Bayan, IJN minelayer Aso 1932 - sunk as target ship


Ähnlicher Typ Bayan 1900
No. 5 GB Musashi (+1931)
prison hulk


Ähnlicher Typ Yamato screw corvette 1883-1950
No. 6 CA Nisshin (+1936)
target ship


Ähnlicher Typ Kasuga 1904
No. 7 AO Noma (+1933)
Acc. Jentschura: Mishima ex Admiral Senyavin


Mishima ex Admiral Senyavin
No. 9 AS Karasaki
ex submarine and t-boat tender. Was the 1st submarine tender of IJN
No. 10 CL Tsushima
training hulk


Ähnlicher Typ Tsushima 1904, Ähnlicher Typ Tsushima 1911 (1/1250)
No. 11 CL Hirado
barrack ship


Hirado 1912 (1/1250)
No. 12 CL Yahagi (Hirado-Schwester)
barrack ship


Hirado 1912 (1/1250)
No. 13 GB Yodo
Yodo class


Ähnlicher Typ Yodo 1912 (1/1250)
No. 14 AO Sunosaki

No. 18 DD Urakaze
training ship


Ähnlicher Typ TA20 ex Audace ex Kawakaze
No. 19 DD Tanikaze



Ähnlicher Typ Tanikaze
No. 20 DD Tokitsukaze



Ähnlicher Typ Isokaze (1916)
SubNo. 4 SS Ro-18

Some more retained their name: BBs Mikasa (Museum) / Fuji / Shikishima / Suwo, CAs Asama / Kasuga / Azuma, CL Chihaya, DD Yanagi, SS Ro-30/31/32/57/58/59/67. Other ships were in the training role, but registered as active naval vessels, such as Izumo class's Izumo / Iwate

JMSDF

Flugzeug-/Helikopterträger

Osumi class
Kind of LPD (Amphibious Transport Dock or landing platform/dock).
Ohsumi LST-4001, Shimokita LST-4002, Kunisaki LST-4003


Ohsumi LST-4001
Hyuga class
DDH-181 Hyuga
DDH-182 Ise


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Bausatzkandidat: DDH-181 Hyuga by Pitroad
Izumo class
DDH-183 Izumo
DDH-184 Kaga (Indienst geplant 2017)


Kaga DDH-184 *

Zerstörer

Gleaves Class
DD-181 Asakaze ex USS Ellyson (DD-454)
DD-182 Hatakaze ex USS Macomb (DD-458)



Asakaze DD-181
Fletcher class
DD-183 Ariake ex USS Heywood L. Edwards (DD-663)
DD-184 Yugure ex USS Richard P. Leary (DD-664)



Basistyp Fletcher
Harukaze class
DD-101 Harukaze
DD-102 Yukikaze


Harukaze DD-101 (1/1250)
Ayanami class
DD-103 Ayanami
DD-104 Isonami
DD-105 Uranami
DD-106 Shikinami
DD-110 Takanami
DD-111 Onami
DD-112 Makinami


Shikinami DD-106
Murasame class
DDA-107 Murasame
DDA-108 Yudachi
DDA-109 Harusame


Yudachi DDA-108
Yamagumo class
DD-113 Yamagumo
DD-114 Makigumi
DD-115 Asagumo
DD-119 Aokumo
DD-120 Akigumo
DD-121 Yugumo


DD121 Yugumo JMSDF
Minegumo class
DD-116 Minegumo
DD-117 Natsugumo
DD-118 Muragumo


DD118 Murakumo JMSDF
Akizuki class
DD-161 Akizuki
DD-162 Teruzuki


Teruzuki DD-162
Hatsuyuki class
DD-122 Hatsuyuki
DD-123 Shirayuki
DD-124 Mineyuki
DD-125 Sawayuki
DD-126 Hamayuki
DD-127 Isoyuki
DD-128 Haruyuki
DD-129 Yamayuki
DD-130 Matsuyuki
DD-131 Setoyuki
DD-132 Asayuki
DD-133 Shimayuki


DD123 Shirayuki JMSDF
Haruna class
DDH-141 Haruna
DDH-142 Hiei


Haruna DDH-141
Shirane class
DDH-143 Shirane
DDH-144 Kurama


Shirane DDH-143
Asagiri class
DD-151 Asagiri
DD-152 Yamagiri
DD-153 Yugiri
DD-154 Amagiri
DD-155 Hamagiri
DD-156 Setogiri
DD-157 Sawagiri
DD-158 Umigiri


Umigiri DD-158
Amatsukaze
DDG-163 Amatsukaze


Amatsukaze DDG-163 1963 (1/1250)
Takatsuki class
DDG-164 Takatsuki
DDG-165 Kikuzuki
DDG-166 Mochizuki
DDG-167 Nagatsuki



Kikuzuki DDG-165, Takatsuki DDG-164 1965 (1/1250)
Tachikaze class
DDG-168 Tachikaze
DDG-169 Asakaze
DDG-170 Sawakaze


Asakaze DDG-169
Hatakaze class
DDG-171 Hatakaze
DDG-172 Shimakaze


Shimakaze DDG-172 *
Kongo class
An japanische Bedürfnisse angepasste Arleigh Burke Flight I
DDG-173 Kongo
DDG-174 Kirishima
DDG-175 Myoko
DDG-176 Chokai



DDG174 Kirishima JMSDF
Atago class
Verbesserte Kongo, Arleigh Burke Flight IIa, mit Hubschrauber-Hangar
DDG-177 Atago class
DDG-178 Ashigara



Ähnlicher Typ USS Momsen DDG-92
Murasame class
DD-101 Murasame
DD-102 Harusame
DD-103 Yudachi
DD-104 Kirisame
DD-105 Inazuma
DD-106 Samidare
DD-107 Ikazuchi
DD-108 Akebono
DD-109 Ariake



DD102 Harusame JMSDF, DD102 Harusame JMSDF
Takanami class
DD-110 Takanami
DD-111 Onami
DD-112 Makinami
DD-113 Sazanami
DD-114 Suzunami


Takanami DD-110 (2000)
Akizuki class
DD-115 Akizuki
DD-116 Teruzuki
DD-117 Suzutsuki
DD-118 Fuyuzuki


Teruzuki DD-116

Escorts

Tachibana class (Modified Type-D)
DE-261 Wakaba ex Nashi (1945)



Tachibana (1944)
Cannon class
DE-262 Asahi ex USS Amick (DE-168)
DE-263 Hatsuhi ex USS Atherton (DE-169)



USS Cannon DE-99 Class
Akebono
DE-201 Akebono,
steam turbine, else like Ikazuchi class


Bausatzkandidat: DE-214 Oi by Pitroad on amazon.com
Ikazuchi class
DE-202 Ikazuchi
DE-203 Inazuma
Diesel engine, else like Akebono
Isuzu class
DE-211 Isuzu
DE-212 Mogami
DE-213 Kitakami
DE-214 Oi


Bausatzkandidat: DE-211 Isuzu by Pitroad,
Bausatzkandidat: DE-214 Oi by Pitroad
Chikugo class
DE-215 Chikugo
DE-216 Ayase
DE-217 Mikuma
DE-218 Tokachi
DE-219 Iwase
DE-220 Chitose
DE-221 Niyodo
DE-222 Teshio
DE-223 Yoshino
DE-224 Kumano
DE-225 Noshiro
modified Isuzu


Chikugo DE-215
Ishikari
DE-226 Ishikari


Ishikari DE-226 1981 (1/1250)
Yubari class
DE-227 Yubari
DE-228 Yubetsu


Yubari DE-227, Yubari 1983 (1/1250)
Abukuma class
DE-229 Abukuma
DE-230 Jintsu
DE-231 Oyodo
DE-232 Sendai
DE-233 Chikuma
DE-234 Tone


Bausatzkandidat: Hasegawa Oyodo DE-231 / Senday DE-232
Tacoma class
PF-281 Kusu ex USS Ogden (PF-39), PF-282 Nara ex USS Machias, PF-283 Kashi ex..., PF-284 Momi, PF-285 Sugi, PF-286 Matsu, PF-287 Nire, PF-288 Kaya, PF-289 Ume, PF-290 Sakura, PF-291 Kiri, PF-292 Tsuge, PF-293 Kaede, PF-294 Buna, PF-295 Keyaki, PF-296 Tochi, PF-297 Shii, PF-298 Maki
All were 1st loan to Soviets


USS Tacoma 1943 (1/1250)
Mitsutori class
PC-311 - PC-320 Sub-chasers


Mizutori PC-311 (1/1250)
Hayabusa class
Patrol boats 2002; Hayabusa (PG-824), Wakataka (PG-825), Otaka (PG-826), Kumataka (PG-827), Umitaka (PG-828) und Shiritaka (PG-829)


Wakataka, Kumataka

U-Boote

Gato class
Kuroshio SS-501 ex USS Mingo 1942;1955-1966


USS Gato
Oyashio
Oyashio SS-511 1960-1977, design of I-201


I-201 1942 (1/1250)
Hayashio class
Hayashio SS-521, Wakashio SS-522 1962-1979
Natsushio class
Natsushio SS-523, Fuyushio SS-524 1963-1980
Oshio
Oshio SS-561 1965-1981
Asashio class
Asashio SS-562, Harushio SS-563, Michishio SS-564, Arashio SS-565 1966-1986
Uzushio class
Uzushio SS-566, Makishio SS-567, Isoshio SS-568 / ATSS-8001, Narushio SS-569 / ATSS-8002, Kuroshio SS-570 / ATSS-8003, Takashio SS-571 / ATSS-8004, Yaeshio SS-572 / ATSS-8005
1971-1996

Yushio class
Yūshio SS-573/ATSS-8006, Mochishio SS-574/ATSS-8007, Setoshio SS-575/ATSS-8008/TSS-3602, Okishio SS-576/TSS-3603, Nadashio SS-577, Hamashio SS-578/TSS-3604, Akishio SS-579, Takeshio SS-580, Yukishio SS-581/TSS-3605, Sachishio SS-582
1980-2008
Harushio class
Harushio SS-583, Natsushio SS-584, Hayashio SS-585/TSS-3606, Arashio SS-586, Wakashio SS-587, Fuyushio SS-588/TSS-3607, Asashio SS-589/TSS-3601
1990-2017


Harushio SS-583
Oyashio class
SS-590/TSS-3608 Oyashio, Michishio SS-591, Uzushio SS-592, Makishio SS-593, Isoshio SS-594, Narushio SS-595, Kuroshio SS-596, Takashio SS-597, Yaeshio SS-598, Setoshio SS-599, Mochishio SS-600
1998-



Oyashio SS-590
Soryu class
Unryū SS-502, Hakuryū SS-503, Kenryū SS-504, Zuiryū SS-505, Kokuryū SS-506, Jinryū SS-507, Sekiryū SS-508, Seiryū SS-509, SS-510-513
2009-

Landungseinheiten

Osumi class
Eigentlich LPD (Amphibious Transport Dock or landing platform/dock).
Ohsumi LST-4001, Shimokita LST-4002, Kunisaki LST-4003


Ohsumi LST-4001
LCAC



LCAC Luftkissenboot, LCAC Luftkissenboot

Coast Guard

PL-106 Kojima
Ukuru class


PL-106 Kojima ex Shiga
Tsugaru PLH class
Settsu PLH-7.... see http://www.shipspotting.com/gallery/photo.php?lid=2037834 ,http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/world/japan/plh02.htm


Settsu PLH-07 Japan Coast Guard
PL-107 Soya
ice-breaking research ship and further roles


Soya 1942

Nicht zugeordnet

Kreuzer


Choshu Expedition

Zerstörer


Chen / Su / Lieh / Chang *

Shigure + Yukikaze destroyer pack

Minensucher (ggf. Geleiter/Kanonenboot)


Hatsushima JMSDF
Adjutant class / Abete class / Castagno class / Sauda class

Castagno M5504 (1/1250)

kleine Kampfboote

55ft CMB

IJN MTB 55ft CMB, IJN MTB Chinese 55ft CMB
Lido
jap. built trawler, then Italy gunboat Lido (1908, 279, 1 - 76/40, 1917 - 1920, 1941 - 9/9/1943), 1943 German harbor tug an patrol boat G24. Pic see Brescia Mussolinis Navy p.354

Lido
MAS451 class

IJN MTB / it. MAS451
MTB T1 class

IJN MTB T1
MTB T38 class

IJN MTB T38
TM-4 class

IJN MTB T102, TM-4-class motor torpedo boat
TMIII class

IJN MTB T101
Type B Otsu-gata

IJN MTB 19m / Type B Otsu-gata

Type "C" Armored Gunboat (1/600)
H38 class

IJN MGB H-38 Hayabusa (1/600)

Shinyo Suicide Boats (1/600)
H2 class

IJN MGB H2 (1/600)
H61 class

IJN MGB H61 (1/600)
MTB T51 class

IJN MTB T51 (1/600)
S100 class

S-Boote S100-Klasse 1/700

U-Boot

UBIII

Birinci Inönü (1/1250)

Schiff


Dschunken

Motorboot 15m
LCS

LCS(L) (3), LCS(L) (3)

Kutter 9m

IJN Lugger 85′ (1/600)

Einzelnachweise

Referenzen(1) http://www.muellerscience.com/SPEZIALITAETEN/Varia/Geschichtliches/Erinnerungen_Schiffe.htm
(2) Peter Plowman: Australian Migrant Ships 1946 - 1977, http://books.google.de/books?id=P_vfFx5npJUC&pg=PA29&lpg=PA29&dq=skaugum+ostmark&source=bl
(3) http://www.luftwaffe-zur-see.de/Kdo.Schiff/DatenBergung/Kranich.htm
(33)a b c d e f g h i j k l http://www.combinedfleet.com/Shokaitei.htm
(47) http://www.navypedia.org/ships/argentina/arg_ms_m1.htm
(48) http://www.navypedia.org/ships/argentina/arg_ms_meta.htm
(49) http://navypedia.org/ships/china/ch_cr_chao_ho.htm
(50) http://navypedia.org/ships/china/ch_cr_ying_swei.htm
(51) http://navypedia.org/ships/china/ch_cr_lcr.htm
(52) http://rwhiston.wordpress.com/2010/03/18/2/
(53) http://oceania.pbworks.com/w/page/8450924/CHINA
(54) http://www.navalhistory.dk/English/TheShips/T/Thetis(1945).htm
(55) http://www.forum-marinearchiv.de/smf/index.php/topic,8381.0.html
(56) http://www.deutsche-schutzgebiete.de/sms_schneewittchen.htm
(57)a b http://www.forum-marinearchiv.de/smf/index.php/topic,8381.msg99140.html#msg99140
(58)a b c Harald Fock:Schwarze Gesellen. Band 1: Torpedoboote bis 1914. Koehlers Verlagsgesellschaft Herford 1979, ISBN 3222111278
(59) http://www.deutsche-schutzgebiete.de/sms_carmen.htm
(60) http://www.forum-marinearchiv.de/smf/index.php/topic,8381.msg98748.html#msg98748 t13
(61)a b c d e f g http://www.navypedia.org/ships/japan/jap_destroyers.htm
(62)a b c d e http://www.marine-seewoelfe.de
(63) Jochen Brennecke: Hilfskreuzer Thor, Hecht im Atlantik, Koehler Verlag, Hamburg 2001, ISBN 3-7822-0824-2
(64)a b http://www.netherlandsnavy.nl/Eendracht.htm
(65) http://warshipsresearch.blogspot.de/2013/09/dutch-light-cruiser-hr.html
(66)a b http://german-navy.de/kriegsmarine/captured/cruiser/index.html
(67) http://www.lexikon-der-wehrmacht.de/Waffen/ZTyp38B.htm
(68)a b http://www.marine-seewoelfe.de/torpedoboote/
(69)a b http://www.deutschekriegsmarine.de/hauptteil_uberwassereinheiten/Boote/hauptteil_torpedoboote/torp1940/Entw__FTboot_1940/entw__ftboot_1940.html
(70)a b http://www.lexikon-der-wehrmacht.de/Waffen/TTyp40-R.htm
(71) http://www.lexikon-der-wehrmacht.de/Waffen/ZTyp42.htm
(72) http://www.lexikon-der-wehrmacht.de/Waffen/ZTyp44.htm
(73)a b c d e f g h i Dr.Freivogel: Beutezerstörer in Marine-Arsenal 46, ISBN 3-7909-0701-4
(74) http://www.lexikon-der-wehrmacht.de/Waffen/TTyp41-R.htm
(75)a b http://www.navypedia.org/ships/germany/ger_tb_ta34.htm
(76) http://forum.ahnenforschung.net/showthread.php?t=27600
(77) http://www.navypedia.org/ships/italy/it_of_caboto.htm
(78) Charles Gibson: Das Schiff mit fünf Namen, Heyne Bücher, München 1965
(79) http://www.dutchsubmarines.com/tenders/tender_mercuur2.htm
(80) http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schulfregatte_Klasse_138
(81) http://www.modellmarine.de/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=4209:deutsche-fregatte-brandenburg&catid=271:aktive-schiffe
(82) http://oceania.pbworks.com/w/page/8457963/FRANCE
(83) http://www.armouredcarriers.com
(84) http://www.militarian.com/threads/merchant-naval-ship-types.4136/page-2
(85) http://www.navypedia.org/ships/italy/it_es_diana.htm
(86) http://oceania.pbworks.com/w/page/8465186/ITALY
(87) http://www.combinedfleet.com/kaigun.htm
(88) http://www.navypedia.org/ships/japan/jap_cr_katsuragi.htm
(89) Harald Fock:Schwarze Gesellen. Band 2: Zerstörer bis 1914. Koehlers Verlagsgesellschaft Herford 1981, ISBN 3782202066
(90) Harald Fock: Z-vor! Koehler 1998/2001, Bd1 1914-1939 ISBN 3-7822-0762-9, Bd.2 1940-1945 ISBN 3-7822-0268-6.
(91) http://www.navypedia.org/ships/japan/jap_dd_ikazuchi.htm
(92) http://www.navypedia.org/ships/japan/jap_dd_murakumo.htm
(93) navypedia.org/ships/japan/jap_dd_akatsuki02.htm
(94) http://navypedia.org/ships/japan/jap_dd_harusame.htm
(95) http://www.navypedia.org/ships/japan/jap_dd_asakaze.htm
(96) http://homepage2.nifty.com/nishidah/e/stc0416.htm
(97)a b c http://www.navypedia.org/ships/japan/jap_dd_minekaze.htm
(98) http://homepage2.nifty.com/nishidah/e/stc0649.htm
(99) http://www.combinedfleet.com/Ikuna_t.htm
(100) http://destroyerhistory.org/flushdeck/ussstewart/
(101) Jentschure,Jung,Mickel: Warships of the IJN 1869-1945
(102) http://www.navypedia.org/ships/japan/jap_esc_banckert.htm
(103)a b c http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/250t-class_torpedo_boat
(104) http://oceania.pbworks.com/w/page/8469836/Russian Destroyers
(105) http://russianships.info/eng/warships/
(106)a b http://www.navypedia.org/ships/estonia/es_dd_wambola.htm
(107)a b http://www.navypedia.org/ships/peru/per_dd_almirante_guise.htm
(108) http://warshipsww2.eu/lode.php?language=E&period=&idtrida=325
(109) http://www.navypedia.org/ships/romania/ro_es_dumitrescu.htm
(110) http://oceania.pbworks.com/w/page/8472260/Taiwan Navy
(111)a b c http://destroyerhistory.org/
(112)a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y http://www.navy.mil/navydata/nav_legacy.asp?id=139
(113) http://oceania.pbworks.com/w/page/8473937/US Escort ships
(873) Hansa, Hamburg, 69.Jhrg.,Januar 1932, Seite 43, 44, Sammlung Deutsches Schiffahrtsmuseum Bremerhaven. http://www.digishelf.de/piresolver?id=722238312
(874) http://forum.warthunder.com/index.php?/topic/230171-captured-dutch-ships/
(875)a b c http://www.marine-seewoelfe.de/u-boote/
(877)a b http://www.navalhistory.dk/English/TheShips/H/Huitfeldt(1947).htm
(878) http://s-boot.net/sboote-kriegsmarine-typen.html
(883) http://www.bluestarline.org/adelaide1.html
(885)a b http://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php?topic=14673.10
(886) http://www.kartonbau.de/forum/die-minensucher-der-volksmarine-1950-1990-originale-und-andere-modellbauformen/board14-just-for-fun/t10393-f35/
(891) http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Typ_001A
(892) http://www.janes.com/article/64097/further-progress-made-on-china-s-type-001a-carrier
(902) http://www.combinedfleet.com/Rikugun-Yusosen.htm
(903) Similarity with Czech Freighter Leggie was shown by H.Schütte, see http://nihonkaigun.wordpress.com/2016/12/13/ak-bengal-maru-calcutta-maru-klasse/
(909) http://rwhiston.wordpress.com/2010/04/15/5/
(910) http://dirkdeklein.net/2017/01/13/finnish-escort-aura-ii-the-ship-that-sank-itself/
(911) http://oocities.org/dutcheastindies/shinonome.html
(912) http://www.uscg.mil/history/webcutters/Modoc_WPG_46.pdf
(920) http://www.cnooks.nl/index.php?p=82
(921)a b c http://www.helderline.nl/tanker/543/gadila+(1)/
(922)a b http://www.cnooks.nl/index.php?p=514
(924) http://www.helderline.nl/tanker/542/genota+(1)/
(925) http://www.combinedfleet.com/Ose_c.htm


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