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Why Japan’s Soryu-Class Submarines Are So Good

Kyle Mizokami Security, Asia It should be no surprise that Japan's new conventionally powered submarine is one of the world's best. The Second World War taught Japan valuable lessons. The first—don’t start wars—is an obvious conclusion that has been taken to heart. Other lessons were the result of the wartime Allied air and naval blockade of the country, which brought it to the brink of starvation.
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