I-400 at sea, date unknown

Caption   I-400 at sea, date unknown ww2dbase
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Added Date 20 Aug 2008



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1. Anonymous says:
21 Feb 2009 09:59:32 AM

Info above photo: I-400 Captured at 18:00 hrs. 27 August 1945. Escorted by destroyers U.S.S. Blue and U.S.S. Mansfield, from U.S. Carrier Div. Three.
2. U-Skipper says:
15 Jul 2009 08:40:00 AM

THE TIME FOR STRIFE AND BITTERNESS HAS COME AND GONE! PLEASE do everything you can to preserve and publish ANYTHING to do with World War II and its amazing men and machines! amen.
3. Anonymous says:
12 Aug 2009 08:31:50 PM

U-skipper in your july 15 entry, you ended your request for WWII information to be published with "amen". Does that imply that you believe your God wants us to worship the participants and equipment used during WWII? Do you really believe that...really? What did you mean by "amen"?

Confused by you
4. Anonymous says:
26 Sep 2009 07:17:21 AM

I believe he is refering to the sanctity of knowledge about WW2 and the corresponding events. Information and facts about ww2 will slowly eventually become esqued and twisted that the truth will be lost to 'journalism'. It has alraedy began in fact the the younger generation who have no idea of the advancements made by german scientists, i.e. rocket development and its correlations to NASA.

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