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  1. Subete_Yoi

    Japanese Armoured Cruiser Yakumo

    It's no bloody surprised that the WWI ship section is totally empty and this topic is it's first! Anyways, I'll try my best to provide some content about WWI or anything near that time period ships despite my absolute lack of knowledge about long floating chuck of steel (I might learn something in return!). Japanese Armoured Cruiser 八雲 Yakumo Look at that beautiful piece of relic (Full view at 1:30) Specifications: Type: Armoured Cruiser Displacement: 9801 tons Length: 124.64 meters Breadth: 19.57 meters No of shafts: 2 Engine: 24 VTE Belleville boilers Power: 15500 h.p. Top speed: 20.5 knots (38km/h) Armament: 4 - 203/45 Armstrong U 12 - QF 6 inch /40 naval guns 12 - QF 12 pounder 12 cwt naval guns 8 - 47/30 21/2pdr Hotchkiss Mk I 5 - 457mm Torpedo Tubes Naval Ram Armour (unsure): Belt: 89mm - 170mm Bulkheads: 152mm Upper belt: 127mm Barrettes: 152mm Turrets: 152mm Casemates: 51mm - 150mm Deck: 51mm - 63mm Conning tower: 76mm - 356mm Torpedo room: 152mm Info: Fate: Scrapped 1 April 1947 After reading back, I can already sense that there are tons of mistakes that I might not noticed. So dear historians and warships experts, do tell if there's any inaccuracy or something to add or point out. Don't want to spread the wrong info in the historical section now, would we?
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