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foxbat24 Oct 2021 10:28 a.m. PST

Mount Suribashi's awakening ; tremors have lifted the seabed and brought up these Japanese wrecks.

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Major Mike24 Oct 2021 11:03 a.m. PST

I think the article is full of small errors. If these ships were deliberately sunk to make a breakwater by the US, I doubt they were Japanese ships. Much like what was done elsewhere, they were probably older merchant ships or even possibly Liberty Ships. I do find it interesting that the sea floor is rising.

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