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Anatomy of the ship: Battleship Fuso, (revised)
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HMS Fuso was the first Japanese super-dreadnought battleship designed within the '8x8' programme. After her launch in 1915 she was the biggest and most powerful battleship in the world, with 30,600 tons standard displacement and twelve 356mm guns in her main armament. During twenty-nine years of service she was thoroughly modernised through two main reconstructions. Having been active throughout the Pacific War, Fuso was lost, with all her crew still on board, during the battle of Surigao Straits in October 1944.This new Anatomy volume has been drawn and written by the author of the highly acclaimed works on Yamato and Takao in the Series. He has exploited his strong links with Japan to guarantee a superb level of accuracy and detail in this forthcoming title. With over 800 detailed plans, this is the largest and most complex Anatomy title yet published, offering both the historian and modeller a complete study of Fuso in both technical detail and career history.

Author: Janusz Skulski

320 pages
Hardback

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