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The fleets at the Battle of Tsushima, 27/28 May 1905.

Japanese Naval Ensign Japanese Combined Fleet[edit | edit source]

First Squadron[edit | edit source]

Each carrying 8 x 100 lb Mines

Second Squadron[edit | edit source]

Third Squadron[edit | edit source]

  • Eleventh Torpedo-Boat Division
    • No. 73
    • No. 72
    • No. 74
    • No. 75
  • Sixth Division (Rear-Admiral Togo Masaji)
    • Suma (Suma-class protected cruiser)
    • Chiyoda (protected cruiser)
    • Akitsushima (2nd class protected cruiser)
    • Izumi (2nd class protected cruiser)
  • Tenth Torpedo-Boat Division
    • No. 43
    • No. 42
    • No. 40
    • No. 41
  • Fifteenth Torpedo Boat Division
    • Hibari (Hayabusa-class torpedo boat)
    • Sagi (Hayabusa-class torpedo boat)
    • Hashitaki (Hayabusa-class torpedo boat)
    • Uzura (Hayabusa-class torpedo boat)

Russian Naval Ensign Russian Fleet (Second & Third Pacific Squadrons)[edit | edit source]

Battle Fleet[edit | edit source]

Destroyer Flotilla[edit | edit source]

Transport Squadron[edit | edit source]

  • Auxiliaries
    • Almaz (Armed Yacht classified as 2nd class cruiser)
    • Anadyr (Transport/Merchant Ship)
    • Irtuish (Transport/Merchant Ship)
    • Kamchatka (Repair Ship)
    • Koreya (Ammunition Ship)
    • Rus (Fleet Tug)
    • Svir (Fleet Tug)
    • Oryol (Hospital Ship)
    • Kostroma (Hospital Ship)

References[edit | edit source]

  • Forczyk, Robert. Russian Battleship vs Japanese Battleship, Yellow Sea 1904–1905. 2009. Osprey. ISBN 978-1-84603-330-8.

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