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Mittelalter

Shogunat

Naval History of Japan http://www.naval-encyclopedia.com/ww1/nihhon-kaigun Schiffe dieser Ära, nicht explizit dem Shogun zuordenbar

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 , Description of standard types see http://forum.warthunder.com/index.php?/topic/418307-senpyosen-japanese-warfare-standard-ship-other-japanese-cargo-ships-used-during-ww2/

Schlachtschiffe

Pre-Dreadnought, Dreadnought aera, Pre-WW2

Coast Defense Battleships

Schlachtschiffe bis in Wk2

Flugzeugträger, Seaplane Tender

Kreuzer

Kreuzer bis WkI +

Schwere Kreuzer bis in Wk2

Leichte Kreuzer bis in Wk2

Hilfskreuzer Russische-Japanischer Krieg 1904/05

Hilfskreuzer Wk2

Zerstörer

Hauptquellen: (807)(810)(782)

Torpedoboote, Geleiter

Geleitboote (Kaibokan)

Beute

Patrouillenboote

Torpedoboote

U-Jäger

Geleittransporter Fast Attack Transports

Kanonenboote

Auxiliary Gunboats
TOKUSETSU KOKAI HOKAN. 58 converted as highseas aux gunboats.
Parts are an extract from http://www.combinedfleet.com/Kokai Hokan.htm with changes from further sources.

Weitere Wachschiffe

Schnellboote

MTB MGB

U-Boote

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

Frühe Boote

Kaidai Types

Junsen & Type C

Types with aircraft

Mediums

Midgets

U-Minenleger und U-Transporter

Landungseinheiten

Minenschiffe

Minenleger

Netzleger

TOKUSETSU KYUSETSUMOKAN
Parts are an extract from http://www.combinedfleet.com/Kyusetsumokan.htm with changes from further sources. IJN Converted Kyusetsumokan Tokusetsu Kyusetsumokan were used to patrol and to lay anti-submarine nets capable of fast elongation. They were also used as motherships for auxiliary submarine chasers. Two merchants were converted to Kyusetsumokan. IJN Converted Hokakumotei Tokusetsu Hokakumotei were used to lay indicator nets, to patrol and to attack submarines. Forty four merchant ships were converted to Tokusetsu Hokakumotei. IJN Converted Bosemmotei Tokusetsu Bosemmotei were used to lay and to maintain anti-submarine nets with mines, to patrol and to attack submarines. Seven merchant ships were converted to Tokusetsu Bosemmotei. Kabelleger Cable layers are not Mine related, but intermediately reported here as kind of layers

Minensucher

Tender

Seaplane tenders see Aircraft Carrier section

Aux Sub Tenders Aux Destroyer & MTB Tenders
SUIRAI-BOKAN
Parts are an extract from http://www.combinedfleet.com/Suirai.htm with changes from further sources. Aux Minesweeper Tenders

Weitere zivile Schiffe und mil. Hilfsschiffe

zivile Schiffe im 2.Wk: T.Iwashige , Description of standard types see http://forum.warthunder.com/index.php?/topic/418307-senpyosen-japanese-warfare-standard-ship-other-japanese-cargo-ships-used-during-ww2/ [+]

Further Pre-war passenger liners

Auxiliary Transports

TOKUSETSU UNSOSEN ZATSUYOSEN
Parts are an extract from http://www.combinedfleet.com/Zatsuyosen.htm with changes from further sources. Aircraft Transports see seperately at Seaplane Tenders

IJA Transports

RIKUGUN YUSOSEN
Parts are an extract from http://www.combinedfleet.com/Rikugun-Yusosen.htm with changes from further sources.

IJA AA-Transports

RIKUGUN BOKU KIKANSEN
Parts are an extract from http://www.combinedfleet.com/Rikugun-Boku Kikansen.htm with changes from further sources. IJN Captured Vessels in Japanese Service as Auxiliary Transports IJA Captured Vessels Chartered Civilian Vessels in Japanese Service as Auxiliary Transports Aircraft Transports KOKUKI-UMPANSEN
Parts are an extract from http://www.combinedfleet.com/Kokuki.htm with changes from further sources. Supply Ships KYURYOKAN
Parts are an extract from http://www.combinedfleet.com/Kyuryokan.htm with changes from further sources. Ammunition Ships KYUHEIKAN
Parts are an extract from http://www.combinedfleet.com/Kyuheikan.htm with changes from further sources. Ore Carriers Koseki Umpansen
Parts are an extract from http://www.combinedfleet.com/Koseki.htm with changes from further sources.

Axis Merchant Ships

SEMPAKU UNEIKAI SIYOSEN
Parts are an extract from http://www.combinedfleet.com/SempakuA.htm with changes from further sources. Vichy French Vessels German Vessels Italian Vessels Finnish Vessel Captured Danish Vessels Captured Yugoslavian Vessel

Fleet Oilers. Aux Tankers

Densenfusetsusen
Parts are an extract from http://www.combinedfleet.com/Yusosen.htm with changes from further sources. Naval Fleet Oilers Civilian Merchant Tankers in Japanese National Service Military & Civilian Auxiliary Passenger-Cargo Ships Converted to Emergency Tankers Captured and Foreign Vessels in Japanese Service as Tankers Water Tankers TOKUSETSU UNSOSEN KYUSUISEN
Parts are an extract from http://www.combinedfleet.com/Kyusuisen.htm with changes from further sources. IJA Aux Tankers RIKUGUN YUSOSEN
Parts are an extract from http://www.combinedfleet.com/Rikgun YusosenA.htm with changes from further sources. Captured and Foreign Tankers in Imperial Army Service

Repair Ships

KOSAKUKAN
Parts are an extract from http://www.combinedfleet.com/Kosakukan.htm with changes from further sources. Repair Ships KYUNANSEN
Parts are an extract from http://www.combinedfleet.com/Kyunansen.htm with changes from further sources.

Target Ships

SUIRAI-BOKAN
Parts are an extract from http://www.combinedfleet.com/Hyotekikan.htm with changes from further sources.

Hydrographic Survey Vessels

SOKURYOSEN
Parts are an extract from http://www.combinedfleet.com/Sokuryosen.htm with changes from further sources.

Diplomatic Exchange, Repatriation Vessels

SOKURYOSEN
Parts are an extract from http://www.combinedfleet.com/Kokansen.htm with changes from further sources. Prisoner of War Relief Supply Ships RYOSHOKUSEN
Parts are an extract from http://www.combinedfleet.com/Ryoshokusen.htm with changes from further sources.

Hospital Ships

BYOINSEN
Parts are an extract from http://www.combinedfleet.com/Byoinsen.htm with changes from further sources. Japan converted 19 merchants plus one captured Dutch to Hospital ships IJA Hospital Sips RIKUGUN BYOINSEN
Parts are an extract from http://www.combinedfleet.com/Rikugun-Byoinsen.htm with changes from further sources.

Collier Tankers

TOKUSETSU UNSOSEN KYUTANYUSEN
Parts are an extract from http://www.combinedfleet.com/Kyutanyusen.htm with changes from further sources.

Colliers

TOKUSETSU UNSOSEN KYUTANSEN
Parts are an extract from http://www.combinedfleet.com/Kyutansen.htm with changes from further sources.

Storeships

TOKUSETSU UNSOSEN KYURYOSEN
Parts are an extract from http://www.combinedfleet.com/Kyuryosen.htm with changes from further sources.

IJA Landing Craft Depot Ships

RIKUGUN TETSUSEI DAI HATSUDOTEI
Parts are an extract from http://www.combinedfleet.com/Rikugun-Tetsusei.htm with changes from further sources.

Sonstige


Ende zivile Schiffe und milit. Hilfsschiffe

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. 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

Zerstörer

Escorts

U-Boote

Landungseinheiten

Coast Guard

Nicht zugeordnet

Minensucher (ggf. Geleiter/Kanonenboot)

kleine Kampfboote

Segelschiff

Schiff

Einzelnachweise

Referenzen(768)a b c http://destroyerhistory.org/
(809)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
(835) http://oceania.pbworks.com/w/page/8465186/ITALY
(840) http://oceania.pbworks.com/w/page/8473937/US Escort ships
(841) http://oceania.pbworks.com/w/page/8472260/Taiwan Navy
(886) http://www.navypedia.org/ships/argentina/arg_ms_m1.htm
(887) http://www.navypedia.org/ships/argentina/arg_ms_meta.htm
(893) http://www.navypedia.org/ships/italy/it_es_diana.htm
(944) http://www.uscg.mil/history/webcutters/Modoc_WPG_46.pdf
(1009) http://www.rmkmarine.com.tr/en/081-tcsg-dost-_sg-701_.html
(1017) http://www.fassmer.de/fileadmin/user_upload/9_Technical_Data_PDFs/fassmer-80m-offshore-patrol-vessel-technical-data.pdf
(1028)a b c Stanley Sandler: Battleships: An Illustrated History of Their Impact
(1050) http://www.naval-encyclopedia.com/ww2/chinese-navy-1930-45
(1051) http://www.navypedia.org/ships/china/ch_es_hai_ning.htm


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