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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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Passenger Ship Accidents Since 1900

The Chinese passenger ship SS Kiangya is believed to have hit a mine near Shanghai in December 1948. Exact numbers are unknown, as the ship was likely carrying many more people than its manifest listed, with people trying to escape civil war, but it is thought that at least 2,750 people died and more than 700 were rescued. The ships official capacity was 1,186.