WWII Japanese Aircraft Carrier KAGA 1942 Blueprint Plans

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Kaga, a 33,693-ton aircraft carrier, was built at Kobe and Yokosuka, Japan. Launched as a battleship, she was completed as Japan’s first large aircraft carrier in March, 1926. Kaga was thoroughly reconstructed in 1934-35, receiving a full-length flight deck capable of efficiently handling more modern aircrafts. Active off China during the war that began in 1937, she later took part in the December, 1941 Pearl Harbor attack and other operations of the opening months of WWII in the Pacific. On June 4, 1942, during the Battle of Midway, dive bombers from USS Enterprise (CV-6) inflicted fatal damage on Kaga. She sank later that day…plan measures 19 x 24.  I.D. #135

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