Fusō (middle), with Yamashiro (foreground) and Haruna (more distant), Tokyo Bay, 1930s. She was sunk in the early hours of 25 Oct 1944 by torpedoes and naval gunfire during the Battle of Surigao Strait. Some reports claimed that Fusō broke in half, and that both halves remained afloat and burning for an hour, but according to survivors' accounts, the ship sank after 40 minutes of flooding. Only 10 crew members of the estimated 1,636 officers and crew on board survived.
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戦艦 長門 IJN Nagato M
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Japanese novelist, playwright, poet, artist, and philosopher, MUSHANOKOJI Saneatsu 武者小路実篤 (1885-1976).
Tired Japanese army veterans after heavy fighting, Peking (Bejing) 1937.