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Mar 12 16 11:49 PM
Ed wrote:The Japanese took credit for sinkings at PH, and most were tied up to their piers/berths (USS Nevada, BB36, actually got underway and was attacked). Even though JB was on the bottom of her berth, her only operational turrent was still able to fire, even after the French surrendered at Casablanca. Her main battery magazine never was flooded.
EdAlso the US and Japan were not at war, unlike the situation with Massachusetts and Jean Bart.
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