I-25 ( Jp:イ-25) was a B1-Type (I-15 Class) submarine of the Imperial Japanese Navy that served in World War II and took part in the Attack on Pearl Harbor. ...more on Wikipedia about "I-25 (submarine)"
I-26 was a Japanese B1 type submarine which saw service during World War 2. On 31 August 1942, crippled aircraft carrier USS Saratoga with one torpedo hit (out of six launched). On 13 October, she also destroyed the cruiser USS Juneau, which was carrying the Sullivan brothers. She was sunk in action off Leyte in October 1944. ...more on Wikipedia about "Japanese submarine I-26"
I-29, code-named Matsu (松, Japanese for "pine tree"), was a B1 type submarine of the Imperial Japanese Navy used during World War II on two secret missions with Germany, during one of which she was sunk. ...more on Wikipedia about "Japanese submarine I-29"
RO-45 was a submarine of the Japanese Navy during World War II. It was completed and commissioned at Mitsubishi Shipbuilding on January 11, 1944. It was based in the Maizuru Naval District under the command of Commander Hamazumi Yoshihisa. It was later reassigned to the Sixth Fleet and sent to Truk. ...more on Wikipedia about "Japanese submarine RO-45"
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