Shinshū Maru (神州丸) was a ship of the Japanese Imperial Army during World War II. She was the world's first landing craft carrier ship to be designed as such, and a pioneer of modern-day amphibious assault ships. During some of her operations, she was known to have used at least two cover names, Fuso Maru, and Ryujo Maru.At least one source claims that Shinshū Maru was one of the ships sunk by friendly fire at the Battle of Sunda Strait and then salvaged and returned to service.

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  • Shinshū Maru (神州丸) was a ship of the Japanese Imperial Army during World War II. She was the world's first landing craft carrier ship to be designed as such, and a pioneer of modern-day amphibious assault ships. During some of her operations, she was known to have used at least two cover names, Fuso Maru, and Ryujo Maru.At least one source claims that Shinshū Maru was one of the ships sunk by friendly fire at the Battle of Sunda Strait and then salvaged and returned to service. (en)
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  • Shinshū Maru (神州丸) was a ship of the Japanese Imperial Army during World War II. She was the world's first landing craft carrier ship to be designed as such, and a pioneer of modern-day amphibious assault ships. During some of her operations, she was known to have used at least two cover names, Fuso Maru, and Ryujo Maru.At least one source claims that Shinshū Maru was one of the ships sunk by friendly fire at the Battle of Sunda Strait and then salvaged and returned to service. (en)
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