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He thought them Philistines, highly professional but disinterested with anything outside naval matters. But they could converse in English – as a matter of fact, the IJN’s officer and sailor uniforms were patterned after the British Navy. Most important, Japan’s most fearsome warships were made in England, and its guns, coal engines and torpedoes were all English. Even meals on board were alternately Japanese and English. An imperial reckoning Japan mustered its Combined Fleet at Sasebo at the beginning of February 1904.
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