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Buenos Ayres maru (OSK,9625grt) IJA Military Transport/Hospital Ship
Completed in Oct 1929.
Bombed on 27 Nov 1943 off New Ireland island by US Patrol Bomber.

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Model: Buenos Ayres maru in the summer of 1942 used as military transport but also fitted for hospital ship. Loa:210mm.



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