Published on Dec 4, 2018
Although, the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) started the war with a stronger force than the US Navy (USN) in the Pacific, it had virtually no Chance in winning the War in the long run. This becomes very apparent, if you watch the numbers evolving over the course of this video. I put together a chronologically ordered list of ships from the size of “destroyer escorts” upwards that were produced by the United States and the Japanese from December 1941 to September 1945, to give you an idea on how the situation progressed. Thank you to VonKickass for improvements on the Thumbnail Design!
(Note: keep an eye on the totals growing along the left side of the screen).