Yamato

The Yamato was a Japanese battleship of 62315 tons displacement launched in 1940 and sunk by American navy aircraft in April 1945 during the Second World War. The Yamato was powered by twelve oil-fired boilers providing a top speed of 27 knots. She carried a complement of 2500 and seven aircraft and was armed with nine 18 inch guns; twelve 6 inch g...
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Yamato

Ancient name of Japan and particularly the province of western Honshu where Japanese civilization began and where the early capitals were located; also the clan from which all emperors of Japan are...
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Yamato

[ship] Several ships have been named 大和 / ヤマト: ...
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