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Akatsuki Class Destroyer (1931)

ISBN: 978-6-1320-0900-5;
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The Akatsuki class destroyer was a class of four destroyers of the Imperial Japanese Navy. Almost identical in appearance to the previous Fubuki class, they are regarded as a sub-class by many authors, partly because the Imperial Japanese Navy itself kept the improvements made a secret, and did not officially designate these four destroyers as a separate class. This class of destroyer should not be confused with the much earlier Akatsuki class of the Russo-Japanese War period.

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