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Posted by: de domenico (IP Logged)
Date: September 15, 2010 07:53AM

Also, in "US & Allied Submarine Successes in the Pacific and Far East during WW II", latest edition 2009 by John D. Alden and Craig R. McDonald, I find:

KOSEI M., 16.12.1942, 233 tons, merchant cargo ship, attack SW of Kushiro, unknown extent of damage, prob. erroneous attribution.
K.M., 13.3.1943, merchant cargo ship, 3262 grt, hit claimed by SUNFISH, or ran aground to avoid torpedo, sank in storm 14.3.
K.M., 7.4.1943, 8282 or 8237 grt, naval auxiliary refrigerated cargo ship, torpedoed by USS TUNNY. Sank 9.4. off Truk
K.M., 11.11.1943, auxiliary cargo ship, 3551 grt, sunk by USS SARGO.
K.M., 27.1.1944, aux. cargo, 2205 grt, sunk by THRESHER S of Formosa.
K.M., 13.10.1944, merchant coaster, 79 or 99 grt, sunk by HMS STURDY W of Celebes.
KOSEI MARU # 2, 4.7.1945, merchant motor-sailer, 44 grt, sunk by USS TIRANTE off Shantung Peninsula.

And that makes seven KOSEI MARUs..

Subject Written By Posted
  KOSEI MARU pothkan 09/14/2010 02:01PM
  Re: KOSEI MARU de domenico 09/14/2010 03:13PM
  Re: KOSEI MARU BrianV 09/14/2010 09:36PM
  Re: KOSEI MARU pothkan 09/15/2010 03:20AM
  Re: KOSEI MARU de domenico 09/15/2010 07:19AM
  Re: KOSEI MARU de domenico 09/15/2010 07:53AM
  Re: KOSEI MARU pothkan 09/15/2010 03:42PM
  Re: KOSEI MARU Comas 09/18/2010 02:17AM
  Re: KOSEI MARU pothkan 09/19/2010 07:44AM

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