46-cm high explosive shell manufactured for use with Yamato-class battleships, Yushukan Museum on the grounds of Yasukuni Shrine, Tokyo, Japan, 6 Aug 2005

Caption   46-cm high explosive shell manufactured for use with Yamato-class battleships, Yushukan Museum on the grounds of Yasukuni Shrine, Tokyo, Japan, 6 Aug 2005 ww2dbase
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Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 24 Feb 2008
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1. Anonymous says:
3 May 2015 11:25:33 PM

the ships namesake is credited in having many quotes...all suggestive to shun war and weapons...the pen is mightier than the sword in other words..not to be a bullet..above but a pen..so do the warmaking powers that be or were...regret what they have done..no...they had no light within them. simple to translate...by the way

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