they were disguised ships in World War 2.
"Liberty ships" .
There were actually multiple sunken cruisers in World War 2. These include the Abukuma sunk 26 October 1944 and the Admiral Scheer sunk 9 April 1945.
They fought on the big war ships.
There were 105,127 ships participated in WW2. 36,387 ships were destroyed at the end of the war.
to win the war
The largest "Army" of World War 2 was the Allied Force sent on D-Day (Invasion of Normandy) and the other largest army was the Russian forces that went against the Nazis. Japan had a huge force too but a large majority of them were killed on the islands and in sunken ships.
They shipped them on ships.
Were the mass produced US Liberty ships.
"Loose Lips sinks Ships".
Henry Kaiser was an American industrialist and the owner of Kaiser Shipyard during World War 2. His company made Liberty ships and Victory Ships to aid in the war efforts.
Over 250 ships
ther are tenships
Hospital ships and standard transports (Victory and Liberty ships).
Most of them.
yes but only for planes
US and Canadian shipyards produced 2,710 Liberty Ships for the war effort.
yes they fought in world war 2 because Germany sink one of Mexico ships
Unless sunk for target practice (meaning there's no bodies in them); all sunken warships are WAR GRAVES! Diving in a sunken "warship" (battle sunk) is walking the grey line between "pleasure diving" and "grave robbing."