Japanese cruiser Ashigara

Ashigara (足柄) was the final vessel of the four-member Myōkō class of heavy cruisers of the Imperial Japanese Navy, which were active in World War II.[2] The other ships of the class were Nachi, Myōkō, and Haguro.[3] Ashigara was named after Mount Ashigara on the border of Kanagawa and Shizuoka Prefectures.

Japanese cruiser Ashigara 1942
Ashigara in drydock at Singapore, December 1942
Empire of Japan
Name: Ashigara
Namesake: Mount Ashigara
Ordered: 1924
Builder: Kawasaki Shipyards, Kobe , Japan
Laid down: 11 April 1925
Launched: 22 April 1928
Commissioned: 20 August 1929
Fate: Sunk by HMS Trenchant in Bangka Strait, 8 June 1945
General characteristics
Class and type: Myōkō-class cruiser
  • 13,000 long tons (13,000 t) (design)
  • 14,743 long tons (14,980 t) (actual)
Length: 203.76 m (668 ft 6 in)
  • 19 m (62 ft 4 in) (as built)
  • 20.73 m (68 ft 0 in) (final)
  • 5.9 m (19 ft 4 in) (as built)
  • 6.37 m (20 ft 11 in) (final)
  • 4-shaft geared turbines
  • 12 Kampon boilers
  • 130,000 shp
  • 35.5 knots (40.9 mph; 65.7 km/h)(as built)
  • 33 knots (38 mph; 61 km/h) (final)
Range: 7,000 nmi (13,000 km) at 14 kn (16 mph; 26 km/h)
Complement: 920–970
Aircraft carried: 3
Aviation facilities: 1x aircraft catapult
Service record
Part of: Empire of Japan Imperial Japanese Navy


Ashigara was approved under the 1922 Fleet Modernization Program as one of the first heavy cruisers to be built by Japan within the design constraints imposed by the Washington Naval Treaty, and was one of the first of the "10,000 ton" cruisers built by any nation.[4] Naval architect Vice admiral Yuzuru Hiraga was able to keep the design from becoming dangerously top-heavy in its early years by continually rejecting demands from the Imperial Japanese Navy General Staff for additional equipment to the upper decks. However, during modifications and rebuildings in the 1930s, the final displacement rose to 15,933 tons, well over the treaty limits.[5]


The Myōkō class displaced 13,500 t (13,300 long tons), with a hull design based on an enlarged version of the Aoba-class cruiser. Ashigara was 203.8 metres (669 ft) long, with a beam of 19.5 metres (64 ft), draft of 6.36 metres (20.9 ft) and were capable of 35.5 knots (65.7 km/h; 40.9 mph).[5] Propulsion was by 12 Kampon boilers driving four sets of single-impulse geared turbine engines, with four shafts turning three-bladed propellers. The ship was armored with a 102 mm side belt, and 35 mm armored deck; however, the bridge was not armored.[5]

Ashigara’s main battery was ten 20 cm/50 3rd Year Type naval guns, the heaviest armament of any heavy cruiser in the world at the time, mounted in five twin turrets.[5] Her secondary armament included eight 12.7 cm/40 Type 89 naval guns in four twin mounts on each side, and 12 Type 93 Long Lance torpedoes in four triple launchers positioned below the aircraft deck. Ashigara was also equipped with an aircraft catapult and carried up to three floatplanes for scouting purposes.[5]

Ashigara was laid down at the Kawasaki Shipyards in Kobe on 11 April 1925, launched and named on 22 April 1928, and was commissioned into the Imperial Japanese Navy on 20 August 1929.[3]

Ashigara was repeatedly modernized and upgraded throughout her career in order to counter the growing threat of air strikes.[4]

Operational history

Early service

All of the Myōkō-class cruisers were assigned to the Sasebo Naval District, forming Sentai-4 of the IJN 3rd Fleet, and trained as a unit during the 1930s. Ashigara was flagship of the unit under Vice Admiral Nobutarō Iida from 30 November 1929. During a naval review off Kobe on 26 October 1930 stack gases caused problems on the bridge, resulting in a lengthening of the forward smokestack by two meters.[5]

During the First Shanghai Incident of February 1932, the cruisers escorted the transports conveying elements of the Imperial Japanese Army to the continent. In December 1932, the cruisers were placed in reserve as the new Takao-class cruiser was commissioned, becoming the new Sentai-4, whereas the Myōkō class was shifted to Sentai-5.[5] Between 1933 and 1935, all Myōkō-class cruisers were retrofitted with their fixed triple torpedo launchers replaced by two quadruple rotatable launchers, and their secondary guns upgraded from 12 cm/45 10th Year Type naval guns to 12.7 cm/40 Type 89 naval gun.[4] During 1935 summer training off of Muroran, Hokkaido, a flashback during a gunnery exercise destroyed her No.2 turret, killing 41 crewmen. Repairs were completed by December.[6]

Ashigara at the Spithead Naval Review, Portsmouth, May 1937.

On 10 March 1937, Ashigara was assigned detached duty for a diplomatic mission to Europe for the coronation of King George VI. She departed Yokosuka, Kanagawa on 3 April, and called on Singapore, Aden, the Suez Canal and Malta on her way to Portsmouth, arriving 10 May. Following the 20 May naval review, Ashigara called on Kiel, Germany and the majority of the crew was allowed to visit Berlin, where the senior staff was received by Adolf Hitler on 24 May. On 31 May, Ashigara participated in the German Kriegsmarine Day naval review, celebrating the German World War I "victory" at the Battle of Jutland. She then returned to Japan via Gibraltar, Port Said (Egypt), and Colombo (Ceylon).[6]

During the Second Sino-Japanese War Ashigara was designated flagship of Sentai-5 on 5 July 1937. She led the convoy with the Imperial Japanese Army Expeditionary Army Headquarters to China on 21 August.[6]

SS President Hoover

In the early hours of 11 December 1937 the ocean liner SS President Hoover en route from Kobe to Manila ran aground in a typhoon on Kasho-to off Taiwan, and 14 hours later Ashigara and a Mutsuki-class destroyer arrived to assist.[7] The two warships stood by as Hoover's 330 crew got all 503 passengers and themselves ashore.[7]

On 12 December the Clemson-class destroyers USS Alden and USS Barker arrived and Ashigara cleared them to enter Japanese territorial waters.[7] On 13 December the liner SS President McKinley arrived to repatriate about 630 survivors, and on 14 December, Ashigara and her destroyer escort provided flat-bottomed boats to ferry them from the beach to a motor launch and lifeboats that took them out to the liner.[7] On 15 December the liner SS President Pierce evacuated the last 200 survivors, and Alden was allowed to remain to guard Hoover's wreck until Japanese authorities relieved her on 23 December.[7]


Captain Kuninori Marumo assumed command of Ashigara from 15 December 1937, followed by Captain Marquis Tadashige Daigo from 3 June until 1 December. Ashigara’s second reconstruction was completed at Yokosuka Naval Arsenal on 15 February 1939. She was commanded by Captain Michiaki Kamada from December 1938 to October 1940.[6] Ashigara participated in the occupation of Cochin China, arriving in Saigon on 29 July 1941. She returned to Sasebo in August and was appointed flagship for Vice Admiral Ibō Takahashi’s Sentai-16 on 2 December.

Second World War

At the time of the attack on Pearl Harbor, Ashigara deployed out of Mako Guard District in the Pescadores with the cruisers Maya and Kuma to support Japanese forces in the invasion of northern Luzon.[5] On 10 December, she was attacked by nine PBY Catalina bombers, which failed to score a hit. She was again unsuccessfully attacked by five USAAF B-17 Flying Fortress bombers the following day. She continued to support Japanese landing operations in the Philippines, as well as Balikpapan and Makassar in the Dutch East Indies through February 1942.[6] On 10 December Ashigara was in a holding position in the South China Sea about 200 miles (320 km) northwest of Manila Bay, with the heavy cruiser Maya, light cruiser Kuma, and destroyers Ikazuchi and Inazuma. Admiral Takahashi commanded the Philippine Invasion Force. His position was discovered by U. S. Navy air patrols from Luzon. PBY-4 #17 from VP 102, Patrol Wing TEN, flying an assigned sector, located the ships, and the contact report resulted in a strike. Five of the wing's PBY-4s, flying from NAS Sangley Point on Manila Bay, commanded by Lieutenant Commander J. V. Peterson, USN, attacked at noon time, dropping twenty 500 lb demolition bombs in a tight pattern from 13,500 feet. The splashes were clustered about close astern of the cruiser and at the time it was thought at least two bombs hit their target, which turned in a tight circle and appeared to be maneuvering with difficulty. No one observed any fire or smoke from the target ship. Flak was heavy, but only one PBY sustained minor damage. The two heavy cruisers were identified as battleships, the target ship thought to be Kongo, but this was officially downgraded to cruisers in subsequent reports. Two follow-up strikes by PBY-4s in the following hours failed to find the ships.[8]

In the Battle of the Java Sea on 1 March 1942, Ashigara shared in the sinking of the cruiser HMS Exeter and the destroyer HMS Encounter. On 10 March 1942, she became flagship for the Second Southern Expeditionary Fleet, and led the invasion of Christmas Island on 26 May 1942. She became flagship of the Southwest Area Fleet from 10 April 1942, and returned to Sasebo Naval Arsenal for a refit and repairs in June. She returned to Makassar in July to resume her position as flagship of the Second Southern Expeditionary Fleet, but for the rest of the year was primarily engaged as a rapid troop transport based out of Surabaya. She was dry-docked and repaired at Seletar Naval Base in Singapore at the end of the year.

In 1943 and early 1944, Ashigara performed guard and troop transport duties and saw no action. She returned to Yokosuka for a month in April, and a Type 21 radar was installed. In February 1944, she was reassigned to the IJN 5th Fleet for operations in northern waters. A Type 22 surface-search radar was installed in March, and she was based out of the Ōminato Guard District, together with the cruiser Nachi until the end of July. She was refitted at Kure Naval Arsenal in September, with additional Type 96 AA guns installed.[6]

In the Battle of Leyte Gulf on 24 October 1944, Ashigara, with Captain Hayao Miura in command, was assigned to Vice Admiral Kiyohide Shima's, force along with Nachi and eight destroyers. This force entered Surigao Strait on 25 October after Admiral Shōji Nishimura's First Raiding Force had been destroyed. Following the loss of the battleships Fusō and Nishimura's Yamashiro and their escorts at the hands of Rear Admiral Jesse B. Oldendorf's fleet and aircraft, with Nishimura being killed aboard Yamashiro, Ashigara and Nachi fired their torpedoes and retreated (Nachi with damage from a collision with Mogami). Ashigara escaped to Palawan and from there to Brunei. She departed Burnei on 17 November with the battleship Haruna and cruiser Ōyodo, and on arriving in the Spratly Islands the following day became flagship under Vice Admiral Shima. On 20 November, she departed the Spratly Islands, arriving at Cam Ranh Bay, Indochina on 14 December, where Admiral Shima transferred his flag to Hyūga . Ashigara and Ōyodo and the destroyers Kiyoshimo, Asashimo, Kasumi, Kaya, Kashi, and Sugi were assigned to join the Raiding Force on the American beachhead in Mindoro in the Philippines. While approaching Mindoro, the Raiding Force was attacked by B-25 Mitchell bombers. Ashigara was damaged by a direct hit by a 500-lb bomb, but was still able to complete her mission, bombarding the American positions with over 200 shells and returning to Cam Ranh Bay on 29 December.[5]


On 26 January 1945, Ashigara was dry-docked in Singapore to repair bomb damage. On 5 February, she was transferred to the control of the 10th Area Fleet and spent the next five months transporting troops and supplies in the Dutch East Indies and the Bay of Bengal. On 22 April, she was attacked by the Royal Dutch Navy submarine HNLMS O 19, which fired four torpedoes, all of which missed.[6]

On 7 June 1945, Ashigara departed Batavia (present-day Jakarta) for Singapore with 1,600 troops on board, escorted by the destroyer Kamikaze. The U.S. Navy submarine USS Blueback reported their departure, but was unable to maneuver into an attack position. Blueback's contact report was received by the Royal Navy submarines HMS Trenchant and HMS Stygian, which lay in wait at the northern end of Bangka Strait, between Sumatra and Bangka Island. On the morning of 8 June 1945 Kamikaze and Trenchant spotted each other and exchanged fire, but both then lost contact with each other. While Kamikaze continued north and became entangled in combat with Stygian, Trenchant submerged, spotted Ashigara heading north at 1148, then made a difficult torpedo attack from a poor firing position abaft the cruiser's starboard beam, firing eight torpedoes from her bow tubes at 1212. Trapped between the Sumatran shore to port and a shoal to starboard, Ashigara nevertheless attempted to turn starboard to comb the torpedo tracks, but was unable to complete the maneuver in time and was hit five times at a range of 4,700 yards (4,300 m). Trenchant then fired two more torpedoes from her stern tubes, which missed, but Ashigara was already fatally damaged and sank at 1239 at 01°59′S 104°56′E / 1.983°S 104.933°ECoordinates: 01°59′S 104°56′E / 1.983°S 104.933°E.[6]

Kamikaze, having also lost contact with Stygian, turned back south too late to intercept Trenchant, who made her escape submerged. Kamikaze and two local vessels rescued 400 Japanese Army troops and 853 crewmen, including her captain, Rear Admiral Miura; however, over 1200 troops and 100 crewmen went down with the ship. Ashigara was struck from the IJN Navy List on 20 August 1945.

Commanding Officer

Chief Equipping Officer

No. Name Portrait Rank Term of Office
Start End
1 Inoue Chōji [9] Captain 8 February 1929 20 August 1929


No. Name Portrait Rank Term of Office
Start End
1 Inoue Chōji[9] Captain 20 August 1929 1 December 1930
2 Okazaki Tomisaburō [9] Captain 1 December 1930 15 November 1933
3 Yokoyama Sugao [9] Captain 15 November 1933 15 November 1935
4 Sakura Takeo [9] Captain 15 November 1935 1 December 1936
5 Takeda Moriji [9] Captain 1 December 1936 15 December 1937
6 Marumo Kuninori [9] Captain 15 December 1937 3 June 1938
7 Daigo Tadashige [9] Captain 3 June 1938 1 December 1938
8 Kamata Michiaki [9] Captain 1 December 1938 15 October 1940
9 Nakazawa Tasuku [9] Captain 15 October 1940 5 July 1941
10 Ichimiya Yoshiyuki [9] Captain 5 July 1941 25 September 1942
11 Ban Masami [9] Captain 25 September 1942 30 January 1944
12 Miura Hayao [9] Captain 30 January 1944 7 June 1945

See also


  1. ^ Lacroix, Japanese Cruisers, p. 808-809.
  2. ^ Jentsura, Hansgeorg (1976). Warships of the Imperial Japanese Navy, 1869-1945. Naval Institute Press. ISBN 0-87021-893-X. page 81
  3. ^ a b Nishida, Ships of the Imperial Japanese Navy
  4. ^ a b c Chesneau, All the World’s Fighting Ships, p. 118.
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i Patton, Japanese Heavy Cruisers of World War Two, pp. 20-36
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h Hackett, Bob; Sander Kingsepp (2009). "HIJMS Ashigara: Tabular Record of Movement". Junyokan!. combinedfleet.com. Retrieved 5 July 2010.
  7. ^ a b c d e Tully, Anthony; Hackett, Bob; Kingsepp, Sander (2012). "Stranding of S.S. PRESIDENT HOOVER - December 1937". Rising Storm – The Imperial Japanese Navy and China 1931–1941. Imperial Japanese Navy Page. Retrieved 7 May 2013.
  8. ^ U. S. Navy, War Diary, Commander Aircraft Asiatic Fleet / Commander Patrol Wing TEN.
  9. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m http://www.combinedfleet.com/ashigara.htm


  • D'Albas, Andrieu (1965). Death of a Navy: Japanese Naval Action in World War II. Devin-Adair Pub. ISBN 0-8159-5302-X.
  • Dull, Paul S. (1978). A Battle History of the Imperial Japanese Navy, 1941-1945. Naval Institute Press. ISBN 0-87021-097-1.
  • Howarth, Stephen (1983). The Fighting Ships of the Rising Sun: The drama of the Imperial Japanese Navy, 1895-1945. Atheneum. ISBN 0-689-11402-8.
  • Jentsura, Hansgeorg (1976). Warships of the Imperial Japanese Navy, 1869-1945. Naval Institute Press. ISBN 0-87021-893-X.
  • Lacroix, Eric; Linton Wells (1997). Japanese Cruisers of the Pacific War. Naval Institute Press. ISBN 0-87021-311-3.
  • Patton, Wayne (2006). Japanese Heavy Cruisers in World War II. Squadron Signal Publications. ISBN 0-89747-498-8.
  • Tamura, Toshio (2004). "Re: Japanese Cruiser Torpedoes". Warship International. XLI (4): 366–367. ISSN 0043-0374.
  • Watts, Anthony J. (1967). Japanese Warships of World War II. Doubleday & Company.
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Action of 8 June 1945

The Action of 8 June 1945, sometimes called the Sinking of Ashigara was a naval action that resulted in the sinking of the heavy cruiser Ashigara of the Imperial Japanese Navy by the British Royal Navy submarine HMS Trenchant. Ashigara was transporting Japanese troops from Indonesia for the defence of Singapore, and the sinking resulted in a heavy loss of life.


Ashigara may refer to:

Ashigara Pass in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan

Mount Ashigara in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan

Ashigara Station (Kanagawa), a railway station in Odawara, Kanagawa, Japan

Ashigara Station (Shizuoka), a railway station in Oyama, Shizuoka, Japan

Japanese cruiser Ashigara, a cruiser of the Imperial Japanese Navy, named after the mountain

JS Ashigara (DDG-178), an Atago class destroyer of the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force

Bangka Strait

Bangka Strait is the strait that separates the island of Sumatra from Bangka Island (Indonesian: Pulau Banka) in the Java Sea, Indonesia.

Green Island, Taiwan

Green Island, also known by other names, is a small volcanic island in the Pacific Ocean about 33 km (21 mi) off the eastern coast of Taiwan. It is 15.092 km2 (5.83 sq mi) at high tide and 17.329 km2 (6.69 sq mi) at low tide, making it the Republic of China's seventh-largest island. The island is administered as Lyudao Township, a rural township of Taitung County and one of the county's two offshore areas (the other being Orchid Island). The island once served as a penal colony for political prisoners during Taiwan's period of martial law, although today it is primarily known as a tourist hotspot.

HMS Trenchant (P331)

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John Derbyshire (swimmer)

John Dering Nettleton

John Desmond

John Dill

John Dingell

John Drayton Baker

John Duncan Sr.

John Dutton Frost

John E. Butts

John E. Dahlquist

John E. Hull

John Edmondson, 2nd Baron Sandford

John Edwin Ashley Williams

John Ehrlichman

John Eisenhower

John Eldridge Jr.

John Elliott (British boxer)

John Exley

John F. "Jack" Hasey

John F. Gerry

John F. Kennedy

John F. Thorson

John Faunthorpe

John Flanagan (athlete)

John Ford

John Francis McLaren

John Frederick Andrews Higgins

John Frost (pilot)

John Fullerton Evetts

John G. Crommelin

John G. W. Husted Jr.

John Gardner (thriller writer)

John Geiger

John George Kemeny

John George Walters Clark

John Gillespie Magee Jr.

John Glenn

John Godley, 3rd Baron Kilbracken

John Godwin RNVR

John Gofman

John Gorman (politician)

John Gottowt

John Gregory Crace

John Gretton, 1st Baron Gretton

John Gudenus

John Gurdon

John H. D. Cunningham

John H. Griffith

John H. Hammond

John H. Hubbard

John H. Lang

John H. Leims

John H. Manley

John H. Michaelis

John H. Secondari

John H. Sides

John H. Stickell

John Hamilton (archbishop)

John Hamilton (artist)

John Hamilton Wedgwood

John Hannah (VC)

John Hansl

John Harding, 1st Baron Harding of Petherton

John Hare, 1st Viscount Blakenham

John Harlan Willis

John Harvey-Jones

John Hawkesworth (British Army officer)

John Hawkesworth (producer)

John Hay Whitney

John Henebry

John Henry Anstice

John Henry Balch

John Henry Lake

John Henry Towers

John Hollar

John Hollington Grayburn

John Holt (educator)

John Hope (meteorologist)

John Howard (American actor)

John Howard (British Army officer)

John Howard Griffin

John Hurst Edmondson

John J. Creedon

John J. Gilligan

John J. Hennessey

John J. McVeigh

John J. Parker

John J. Pinder Jr.

John J. Tominac

John James Powers

John Jansson

John Jarman

John Jestyn Llewellin, 1st Baron Llewellin

John Johnston (Royal Household)

John Joseph Doherty

John Joseph Gilligan Jr.

John Joseph Parle

John K. Cannon

John K. Gerhart

John K. Lawson

John K. Singlaub

John K. Snyder

John K. Waters

John Keefer Mahony

John Kenley

John Kennedy (rowing)

John Kenneth Macalister

John Kimbrough

John Kitzmiller

John Knatchbull, 7th Baron Brabourne

John L. DeWitt

John L. Hall Jr.

John L. Jerstad

John L. McLucas

John L. Throckmorton

John Lanham

John Lavarack

John Le Mesurier

John Leach (Royal Navy officer)

John Lemoinne

John Leon Williamson

John Leonard Wilson

John Lesinski Jr.

John Lesley

John List

John Lucian Smith

John Lukacs

John Lymington

John M. Janzen

John M. Robsion Jr.

John M. Spalding

John MacLeod (Ross and Cromarty MP)

John Macquarrie

John Macy

John Magee (missionary)

John Manchester Allen

John Marshall Harlan II

John Masters

John McGiver

John McKay (football coach)

John McKilligan

John McLean (athlete)

John McNally (American football)

John Michael Bermingham

John Mihalowski

John Miller (rower)

John Miller Martin

John Mills

John Misha Petkevich

John Moffat (pilot)

John Moore-Brabazon, 1st Baron Brabazon of Tara

John Morrow Godfrey

John Murray (soldier)

John N. Mitchell

John N. Reese Jr.

John Nash (artist)

John Neil Randle

John Northcott

John O'Neil (rugby player)

John O'Neill (VC)

John O'Shea (director)

John Okada

John Ormsby Evelyn Vandeleur

John P. Cromwell

John P. Davies

John P. Fardy

John P. Lucas

John P. Washington

John Patrick (rugby player)

John Patrick Kenneally

John Paul Hammerschmidt

John Paul Stevens

John Pelham Mann

John Pendlebury

John Pennington Harman

John Peyton, Baron Peyton of Yeovil

John Phillips (actor)

John Prebble

John Prendergast (soldier)

John Profumo

John R. Alison

John R. Crews

John R. Deane Jr.

John R. Dunning

John R. Foley

John R. Fox

John R. Hodge

John R. Towle

John Rabe

John Randolph (actor)

John Rarick

John Rathbone (Bodmin)

John Rawls

John Raymond Broadbent (Quartermaster)

John Raymond Broadbent (Major General)

John Raymond Rice

John Reith, 1st Baron Reith

John Renshaw Starr

John Richard Hyde

John Rigas

John Rimmer

John Robert Osborn

John Rockefeller Prentice

John Roderick (correspondent)

John Russell (actor)

John Russell, 13th Duke of Bedford

John Ruthven (artist)

John S. Blue

John S. McCain Jr.

John S. McCain Sr.

John S. Service

John S. Wilder

John Salmond

John Severin

John Sidney Garrett

John Smith (Conservative politician)

John Spellman (wrestler)

John Spencer, 8th Earl Spencer

John Stacey

John Steele (paratrooper)

John Stuart Mould

John Swainson

John Sweet (actor)

John Sydney Lethbridge

John Symes

John T. "Tommy" Blackburn

John T. Corley

John T. Eversole

John Tate

John Thach

John Thivy

John Thomas Davies

John Thompson McKellar Anderson

John Tiltman

John Toland (author)

John Tovey, 1st Baron Tovey

John Tower

John Tremayne Babington

John Trevor Godfrey

John Tyler Morgan

John V. Power

John Vassall

John Vereker, 6th Viscount Gort

John Vincent (sailor)

John von Neumann

John W. Bonner

John W. Dutko

John W. Meagher

John W. Minick

John W. O'Daniel

John W. Peterson

John W. Rankin

John W. Vogt Jr.

John Waldegrave

John Wallace Linton

John Warburton Paul

John Ward (airman)

John Warner

John Warrender, 2nd Baron Bruntisfield

John Wayne Airport

John Weir Foote

John Wells (20th-century British politician)

John Wheeler-Bennett

John Whyte-Melville-Skeffington, 13th Viscount Massereene

John Widgery, Baron Widgery

John William Best

John William Finn

John William Haas

John William Harper

John William Vessey Jr.

John Wilson, 2nd Baron Moran

John Winthrop Hackett Junior

John Wooldridge

John Wyndham

John Yates (bishop)

John Zacherle

John, Dauphin of France (1398-1417)

Johnnie David Hutchins

Johnnie Johnson (RAF officer)

Johnny Beazley

Johnny Carson

Johnny Checketts

Johnny Grant (radio personality)

Johnny Höglin

Johnny Johnson (British Army officer)

Johnny Mølby

Johnny Murray

Johnny Orr

Johnny Ramensky

Johnny Reder

Johnny Rigney

Johnny Schmitz

Johnny Vaught

Johnny Weissmuller

Joice NanKivell Loch

Jon Baker

Jon Elster

Jon Istad

Jon Latimer

Jon Whitcomb

Jona von Ustinov

Jonah Edward Kelley

Jonas H. Ingram

Jonas Lie (government minister)

Jonas Slier


Jonathan Assous

Jonathan Biabiany

Jonathan Higgins

Jonathan Joseph-Augustin

Jonathan Mayhew Wainwright IV

Jonathan O. Seaman

Jonathan Tokplé

Jonathan Winters

Jonni Myyrä

Jonny Nilsson

Joop Westerweel

Jordan Nikolov Orce

Jorge Alonso Treviño

Jorge Burruchaga

Jorge Semprún

Jorge Tibiriçá Piratininga

Jorge Ubico

Jorma Sarvanto

Jose Calugas

Jose F. Valdez

Jose M. Cabanillas

Jose M. Lopez

Josef Čapek

Josef Balabán

Josef Blösche

Josef Bühler

Josef Bürckel

Josef Bremm

Josef Eder

Josef Feistmantl

Josef František

Josef Grohé

Josef Haas

Josef Harpe

Josef Jacobs

Josef Jakobs

Josef Kammhuber

Josef Kramer

Josef Krips

Josef Matoušek

Josef Mengele

Josef Nassy

Josef Oberhauser (war criminal)

Josef Pfitzner

Josef Plieseis

Josef Priller

Josef Rosensaft

Josef Schneider (rower)

Josef Schwammberger

Josef Terboven

Josef Thorak

Josef Wagner (Gauleiter)

Josef Wilhelm

Josef Wirmer

Josef Wurmheller

Josef Zwernemann

Joseph-Alfred Foulon

Joseph-Nicolas Delisle

Joseph A. Farinholt

Joseph Albert Walker

Joseph Alexandre Laboulbène

Joseph Alzin

Joseph André

Joseph Autran

Joseph Babinski

Joseph Bangust

Joseph Bau

Joseph Bech

Joseph Berchtold

Joseph Beyrle

Joseph Bodner

Joseph Burlazzi

Joseph Burnett

Joseph C. McConnell

Joseph Caillaux

Joseph Carlebach

Joseph Chénier

Joseph Crockett

Joseph d'Haussonville

Joseph Darnand

Joseph De Combe

Joseph de Goislard de Monsabert

Joseph Dodge

Joseph E. Muller

Joseph E. Schaefer

Joseph Edward Connolly

Joseph Epstein (French Resistance leader)

Joseph F. Biroc

Joseph F. Merrell

Joseph F. Smith (politician)

Joseph Fourier University

Joseph Fourier

Joseph François Michaud

Joseph Gainard

Joseph Gilbert Hamilton

Joseph Goebbels

Joseph Gregory

Joseph Grew

Joseph H. Harper

Joseph Harcourt Tombs

Joseph Heller

Joseph Henry Silk

Joseph Hughes (GC)

Joseph J. Clark

Joseph J. McCarthy

Joseph J. Nazzaro

Joseph J. Sadowski

Joseph Joffre

Joseph Jules Beecken

Joseph Justus Scaliger

Joseph Kessel

Joseph Kofi Adda

Joseph Lakanal

Joseph Leo Doob

Joseph Liebgott

Joseph Louis François Bertrand

Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac

Joseph Louis Lagrange

Joseph M. Gaydos

Joseph M. Reeves

Joseph McCarthy

Joseph Müller (Catholic lawyer)

Joseph Müller (priest)

Joseph Olivier (rugby union)

Joseph P. Kennedy Jr.

Joseph Paul Franklin

Joseph Pletinckx

Joseph R. Holzapple

Joseph R. Julian

Joseph Retinger

Joseph Riddle Jr.

Joseph Rochefort

Joseph Rosenstock

Joseph Rotblat

Joseph Rovan

Joseph S. Clark

Joseph Salas

Joseph Sarnoski

Joseph Schacht

Joseph Stalin

Joseph Stilwell

Joseph Stone, Baron Stone

Joseph T. Dawson

Joseph T. McNarney

Joseph T. O'Callahan

Joseph Taussig

Joseph Ujlaki

Joseph W. Barr

Joseph W. Dailey

Joseph W. Finch Jr.

Joseph W. Kennedy

Joseph W. Ozbourn

Joseph Wapner

Joseph Warren Stilwell Jr.

Joseph Watt

Joseph Weldon Bailey Jr.

Josephine Baker

Joshua Logan

Josiah E. DuBois Jr.

Josiah McCracken

Josiah Stamp, 1st Baron Stamp

Josias Hartmann

Josias, Hereditary Prince of Waldeck and Pyrmont

Josip Broz Tito

Josip Kraš

José-Karl Pierre-Fanfan

José Álvarez de Bohórquez

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José Cobos

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José María de Heredia

José Mouzinho

José Nasazzi

José Navarro Morenes

José Naya

José P. Laurel

José Touré

José Vidal (footballer)

Jourdain (Paris Métro)

Journal des débats

Journal of Historical Review

Journey for Margaret

Jovan Plamenac

Jovanka Broz

Joy Bright Hancock

Joyce Lebra

Joyce Lussu

Jozef Gabčík

Jozef Matlak

Jozef Tiso

Jozef Turanec

Joël Bats

Ján Golian

János Garay (fencer)

János Wenk

Juan Antonio Ríos

Juan César Cordero Dávila

Juan Gilberto Funes

Juan José Calandria

Juan José de Amézaga

Juan Martín Hernández

Juan Modesto

Juan Pablo Sorín

Juan Pujol (alias Garbo)

Juana Bormann

Jud Simons

Judah Messer Leon (1166)

Judah P. Benjamin


Judenplatz Holocaust Memorial


Judges' Trial

Judgment at Nuremberg

Judith Auer

Judith Kerr


Juho Kusti Paasikivi

Jules Armand Dufaure

Jules Bocandé

Jules Bonvalet

Jules Cambon

Jules De Bisschop

Jules de Clérambault

Jules Dewaquez

Jules Dumont

Jules Ferry

Jules Granier

Jules Guesde

Jules James

Jules Janin

Jules Joffrin (Paris Métro)

Jules Lemaître

Jules Michelet

Jules Olitski

Jules Sandeau

Jules Simon

Jules Sylvain Zeller

Jules Vallès

Jules Verne

Jules Vuillemin

Julia Catherine Stimson

Julia Child

Julia Rozenberg

Julian Amery, Baron Amery of Lustleigh

Julian C. Smith

Julian Faber

Julian Kulski

Julian Scherner

Julie Depardieu

Julie Dreyfus

Julie Manet

Julie Vlasto

Julie Wolfthorn

Julien Arias

Julien Baudet

Julien de Lallande Poydras

Julien François

Julien Green

Julien Havet

Julien Saubade

Juliet Berto

Juliette Binoche

Julije Makanec

Julio Chiaramonte

Julio Cortázar

Julio César Cáceres

Julio Dely Valdés

Julio Hernán Rossi

Julio Olarticoechea

Julius Buckler

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Julius Dorpmüller

Julius Frey

Julius Fučík

Julius Hirsch

Julius Körner

Julius Keyl

Julius Klinger

Julius Leber

Julius Lippert (politician)

Julius Ochs Adler

Julius Paltiel

Julius Ringel

Julius Schaub

Julius Schreck

Julius Schulte-Frohlinde

Julius Streicher

Julius W. Becton Jr.

Juliusz Bursche

Juliusz Rómmel

Juliusz Zulauf

July 20 plot

July Column

Jun Ushiroku

June Days Uprising

Jungle Carbine

Jungle Division

Jungle Queen (serial)


Junichi Sasai

Junio Valerio Borghese

Junior J. Spurrier

Junior Juniper

Junior Van Noy

Junker (SS rank)

Junkers A 35

Junkers EF 009

Junkers EF 132

Junkers EF 61

Junkers G.38

Junkers J.I

Junkers Ju 160

Junkers Ju 187

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Junkers Ju 388

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Junkers Ju 52

Junkers Ju 86

Junkers Ju 87

Junkers Ju 88

Junkers Ju 89

Junkers Ju 90

Junkers W 34

Juno Beach Centre

Juno Beach

Junrokurō Matsuura

Junyō Maru

Juozas Lukša

Jura Soyfer

Jure Francetić

Jurek Becker

Jussieu (Paris Métro)

Jussieu Campus

Just Fontaine

Just Like That

Justas Paleckis

Justice M. Chambers

Justinien de Clary

Justus Scrafford

Jutta Rüdiger

Jérôme Éyana

Jérôme Alonzo

Jérôme Carcopino

Jérôme Lalande

Jérôme Leroy (footballer)

Jérôme Pétion de Villeneuve

Jérôme Rothen

Jérémy Clément

Jérémy Toulalan

Jäger Report

Indian Ocean in World War II

Prior to World War II, the Indian Ocean was an important maritime trade route between European nations and their colonial territories in East Africa, the Arabian Peninsula, British India, Indochina, the East Indies (Indonesia), and Australia for a long time. Naval presence was dominated by the Royal Navy Eastern Fleet and the Royal Australian Navy as World War II began, with a major portion of the Royal Netherlands Navy operating in the Dutch East Indies and the Red Sea Flotilla of the Italian Regia Marina operating from Massawa.

Axis naval forces gave a high priority to disrupting Allied trade in the Indian Ocean. Initial anti-shipping measures of unrestricted submarine warfare and covert raiding ships expanded to include airstrikes by aircraft carriers and raids by cruisers of the Imperial Japanese Navy. A Kriegsmarine Monsun Gruppe of U-boats operated from the eastern Indian Ocean after the Persian Corridor became an important military supply route to the Soviet Union.

Japanese ship Ashigara

At least two naval ships of Japan have been named Ashigara:

Japanese cruiser Ashigara, a cruiser of the Imperial Japanese Navy, named after the mountain

JS Ashigara (DDG-178), an Atago-class destroyer of the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force

List of shipwrecks of Asia

This is a list of shipwrecks located in or around the continent of Asia.

Mount Ashigara

Mount Ashigara (足柄山), also known as Mount Kintoki (金時山), is the northernmost peak of the Hakone caldera, on the border of Kanagawa and Shizuoka prefectures, in the Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park in Japan. Ashigara is not a remnant of the collapse of the old Hakone volcano itself, but rather a parasitic cone growing from its flank.

Mount Ashigara is the legendary birthplace of Kintarō.

SS President Hoover

SS President Hoover was a Dollar Steamship Lines ocean liner. She was completed in 1930 and provided a trans-Pacific service between the US and the Far East. In 1937 she ran aground on an island off Formosa (now known as Taiwan) during a typhoon and was declared a total loss. She had a sister ship, President Coolidge, that was completed in 1931, was made a troopship in 1941 and was lost after striking a mine while attempting to enter the harbor at Espiritu Santo in 1942.

Toyoaki Horiuchi

Toyoaki Horiuchi (Japanese: 堀内豊秋, Hepburn: Horiuchi Toyoaki, September 27, 1900 – September 25, 1948) was a Japanese Navy officer; his highest rank was taisa (大佐, captain). He was known for the development of naval gymnastics, which were meant to improve the alertness and flexibility of sailors in closed areas of warships and he was known for leading the paratroopers. He was the first jumper during the drop on an airfield 60 km south of Manado, Indonesia, in the Battle of Manado.

USS Hugh L. Scott (AP-43)

USS Hugh L. Scott (AP-43) was a Hugh L. Scott-class transport ship. She was built in 1921 and spent 20 years in merchant service as a passenger and cargo liner. She was acquired for the United States Navy shortly before the USA entered the Second World War, served as a troopship in Operation Torch in November 1942, and was sunk by a U-boat four days later. 59 crewmen and soldiers died during the sinking.

USS J. Franklin Bell (APA-16)

USS J. Franklin Bell (APA-16) was a Harris-class attack transport ship. She was built in 1921 and spent 20 years in merchant service as a passenger and cargo liner. She was acquired for the United States Army in 1940 and transferred to the United States Navy shortly after the USA entered the Second World War. She served throughout and after the Pacific War, was decommissioned in 1946 and scrapped in 1948.

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