A purposed Japanese high-speed battleship. She has a similar main gun layout as Amagi, but in the purposed modernization she received some powerful dual-purpose guns and more advanced AA guns.
ex-Brush, an Allen M Sumner-class destroyer, she was sold to Taiwan Navy in December 1969.
ex-Erben, a Fletcher-class destroyer. She was transferred to South Korea in May 1963.
ex-Macomb, a US Gleaves-class destroyer. In October 1954, Macomb was transferred to the JMSDF and was renamed to Hatakaze. Later in 1970 she was again transferred to Taiwan Navy.
The flotilla leader project was developed in Great Britain and offered to the Republic of China government in 1929 (T.306 project), but it has never been implemented. The ship's armament consisted of five main caliber guns and two three-tube torpedo tubes.
ex-Radiant, a Thronycroft R-class destroyer. She was transferred to the Royal Thai Navy in 1920. She was well armed and maintained very high speed. For almost the entire service life she was the most powerful torpedo ship of the Thai Navy.
The destroyer was ordered in Germany in 1913 to replenish the fleet of the Republic of China with modern ships. She has never been built, but she served as a prototype for V-25-class German destroyers.
A small escort ship built during the Second World War for the Imperial Japanese Navy and transferred to the Republic of China in 1947.
A high-speed aircraft carrier with numerous anti-mine and universal artillery. She had the most powerful powerplant among the ships of the German Navy. The completion of the aircraft carrier during the Second World War was prevented by the changing priorities in the shipbuilding program of the state.
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