The leader of the Imperial Japanese Navy was Admiral Yamamoto, i believe. The spelling may be incorrect. its yamamota i googled it and its Yamamoto.
Naval Marshal General Isoroku Yamamoto. He was the leader of the combined fleet but Yomashita is the main Japanese genaral.
If your talking Commander in Chief of the fleet -- Ernie King. If your talking "the" US naval leader -- FDR.
William S. Sims, Austin M. Knight, and Hugh Rodman were US Naval leaders during World War 1.
The Kure Naval District was the main Japanese naval base and HQ of the Imperial Japanese Navy.
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The Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor via airstrike.
Admiral Chester Nimitz (for most of the war)
A naval base there was a Japanese target during WW2.
Operation Hailstone was a massive naval air and surface attack launched on 17 and 18 February, 1944, during World War II by the United States Navy against the Japanese naval and air base at Truk in the Caroline Islands, a pre-war Japanese territory.
Admiral Yamamoto had fought as a young naval Lieutenant aboard a Japanese warship during the Russian-Japanese War 1904-1905 (he lost a finger during one of the naval battles with the Russian Fleet). During WWII, he was the Commander in Chief of the Japanese Imperial Navy.
Naval warfare in the Mediterranean during World War I happened in 1919-08.
Jutland is the only significant naval battle or World War I
Pearl Harbor was a Naval Operation.
Imperial Japanese Naval Academy ended in 1945.
Admiral William Sampson.
Admiral Pasqual Cervera.
Admiral David G. Farragut
Admiral Pascual Cervera.
Admiral Pasqual Cervera.
William Sims was a US a naval admiral who commanded US naval forces in Europe during WW I. He devised the tactics of convoy system to safeguard merchant shipping from German action in Atlantic.
Shigetaka Onda has written: 'Senkan \\' -- subject(s): Japanese Naval operations, Naval operations, Japanese, World War, 1939-1945, Yamato (Battleship)
Air Forces did not exist during this part of the 20th century, consequently only naval and ground battles occurred during the Russian/Japanese War.
The war against Germany was a land war. The war against Japan was a naval war.
Chikanori Moji has written: 'Sora to umi no hate de' -- subject(s): Campaigns, Japanese Naval operations, Japanese Personal narratives, Naval operations, Japanese, Personal narratives, Japanese, World War, 1939-1945
Notably , Pearl Harbor .