Jane's Fighting Ships is an annual reference book of information on all the world's warships arranged by nation, including information on ships' names, armaments and photographs, etc. Each edition describes and illustrates warships of different national naval and paramilitary forces, providing data on their characteristics; the first issue was illustrated with Jane's own ink sketches--photos began to appear with the third volume in 1900. The present title was adopted in 1905, it was published by John Frederick Thomas Jane in London in 1898 as Jane's All the World's Fighting Ships, in order to assist naval officers and the general public in playing naval wargames. Its success launched a number of military publications carrying the name "Jane's", it is a unit of Jane's Information Group, now owned by IHS. Ten early editions of Jane's were reissued in facsimile reprints by Arco Publishing starting in 1969. All of these appeared in the oblong or "landscape" format that characterized the series into the late 1950s, when the present "portrait" layout was adopted, thus matching the sister Jane's publication on aircraft.
Beginning in the early 2000s, Jane's has been published online, on CD and microfiche. 1898–1915: Fred T. Jane 1916–1917: Maurice Prendergast 1918–1922: Oscar Parks with Maurice Prendergast 1923–1929: Oscar Parkes with Francis E. McMurtrie 1930–1934: Oscar Parkes 1935–1948: Francis E. McMurtrie 1949–1973: Raymond Blackman 1974–1988: Capt. John Moore 1988–2000: Capt. Richard Sharpe 2000–2017 Commodore Stephen Saunders 2018–present Alex Pape Brassey's Naval Annual: competing publication Combat Fleets of the World: competing publication Brooks, Richard. Fred T. Jane: An Eccentric Visionary. Coulsdon, Surrey: Jane's Information Group, 1997. "Defence & Security Intelligence & Analysis". IHS Jane's 360
Sugaya Station is a railway station on the Ban'etsu East Line in the city of Tamura, Fukushima Prefecture, Fukushima Prefecture, operated by East Japan Railway Company. Sugaya Station is served by the Ban'etsu East Line, is located 49.9 rail kilometers from the official starting point of the line at Iwaki. Sugaya Station has one side platform serving a single bi-directional track; the station is staffed. Sugaya Station opened on October 10, 1948; the station was absorbed into the JR East network upon the privatization of the Japanese National Railways on April 1, 1987. In fiscal 2016, the station was used by an average of 87 passengers daily. Sugaya Post Office Abukuma-do List of Railway Stations in Japan Official website
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