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Toyama Maru

Sunk29 Jun 1944
Displacement7,089 tons standard


ww2dbaseJapanese troop transport Toyama Maru was transporting over 6,000 men of the 44th Independent Mixed Brigade when she was detected and sunk with torpedoes by American submarine USS Sturgeon on 29 Jun 1944. Only about 600 survived the sinking.

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Last Major Revision: Aug 2010

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