Talk:List of ships of the Imperial Japanese Navy

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For some reason, if you type the exact name of this page into the search box, it does not take you to the article. A Google search only yields the United States Navy ship list. Someone with linking knowledge should correct this.

Mysterious cruisers[edit]

This page had these ships in the list of cruisers:

  • Kamo
  • Kizu
  • Nayoro

Kamo was a merchant ship. I couldn't find any sources referring to Kizu or Nayoro. So I took them out. Gdr 21:25, 2004 Nov 15 (UTC)

Uncertain types of 1st class submarines[edit]

I edited the first class submarines list but there were several uncertain types. So I removed them temporarily, but if You know, revert them please.

  • KRS type Kiraisen type?
  • L4 type L type was the old 2nd class.
  • B4 type S49A? but it was the plan only.
  • C4 type S49B? but it was the plan only.
  • ST type Toku type(=Sentoku) or Senkou type? (Sentaka was misreading of Senkou)
  • SH type Senho type?
  • TK type Toku type?

Byouyou 11:06, 4 August 2006 (UTC)

Incorrect Link (Akitzuki class DD)[edit]

Even though I'm not an expert at Japanese warships, I could find an obvious error with this page. For example, Akizuki class destroyers in this page means those used in WW2, however, the link points to those built after the end of WW2. These two classes are absolutely different, even though they are using the same name (For example, CV Enterprise in WW2 is a different one from the nuclear carrier Enterprise).


If she's class ship, why does her page list Momi as Matsu-class...? And what happened to the 1915 Momos? confusedsailorman 03:37 & 05:18, 15 August 2007 (UTC)

Sparviero class - Patrol vessels[edit]

This is correct here? Sparviero class is younger a bit than the IJN or not? -- (talk) 22:53, 22 February 2012 (UTC)

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