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LAMINATED POSTER Bow view of Japanese Ko-hyoteki class submarine at the U.S. Navy Submarine Force Museum and Library, Poster Print 24 x 36
LAMINATED POSTER The Japanese destroyer Harusame, photographed through the periscope ot the U.S. Navy submarine USS W Poster Print 24 x 36
LAMINATED POSTER Imperial Japanese Navy battleship Fus prepares for a review at Yokohama, Japan Poster Print 24 x 36
LAMINATED POSTER Imperial Japanese Navy destroyer Ariake under attack of B-25 Mitchells from 3rd Attack Group 5th Air Poster Print 24 x 36
The Sen Toku I-400-class Imperial Japanese Navy submarines were the largest submarines of World War II and remained the largest ever built until the construction of nuclear ballistic missile submarines in the 1960s. They were submarine aircraft carriers able to carry three Aichi M6A Seiran aircra...
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