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SS Yoshida Maru: In April 1944, she departed Shanghai as part of the Take Ichi convoy carrying a full Japanese regiment of the 32nd Infantry Division. On April 26, 1944 she was spotted and sunk by the submarine USS Jack. There were no survivors[3] from the 2,586 soldiers, 81 ships crew, and 2 armed guards aboard at the time of sinking

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SS Kiangya In 1948 this Chinese steamship, carrying up to 5,000 passengers, exploded and sank in the Huangpu River, close to Shanghai.