The Japanese Cruiser Ōyodo

The Japanese Cruiser Ōyodo

The SS Red Oak Victory is now a museum ship in Richmond, California. It is a cargo ship of the type Victory. It was put into service at the end of 1944, and she was in service until 1968.


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