(Type C Escort by Takeshi Yuki scanned from "Color Paintings of Japanese Warships")

IJN Escort CD-190:
Tabular Record of Movement

© 2009-2014 Bob Hackett and Peter Cundall

Revision 1

20 November 1944:
Nagasaki. Laid down at Mitsubishi Ship Building, Ltd.

16 January 1945:
Launched and numbered CD-190.

21 February 1945:
Completed and registered in the IJN. Lt Matsumoto Takeharu (former CO of T-132) is the CO.

15 April 1945:
CD-190 and CD-192 arrive at Maizuru.

24 July 1945:
Kii Suido. Tanabe harbor, Honshu. Task Force 38’s planes slightly damage CD-190.

28 July 1945:
Yura Straits. Task Force 38’s planes heavily damage CD-190.

15 August 1945:
Japan accepts the Allies “Potsdam Declaration” (of unconditional surrender) and hostilities cease.

September 1945:
Shiminoseki. Handed over to the Allied Occupation Powers.

30 November 1945:
Removed from the Navy List.

31 March 1948:
Scrapped by Moji.

-Bob Hackett and Peter Cundall

Thanks to Mr. Gilbert Casse of France for general assistance to to Matthew Jones of Mississippi, USa for help in identifying COs.

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