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    Strait of Malacca (Malacca Strait, Selat Malaka)  Indonesia
The Malacca Strait is located between the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula and Sumatra Island and includes Weh Island (Pulau We). At the southeastern end connects to the South China Sea and Singapore Strait. To the norrthwest connects to the Andaman Sea. Also known as Malacca Strait, Strait of Malacca or Straits of Malacca. In Indonesia known as "Selat Malaka". Today located in Indonesia.


Sunk January 11, 1944 by submarine HMS Tally-Ho discovered March 12, 2004.

HIJMS Haguro
Sunk May 16, 1945

U-181 (I-501)
Scuttled February 12, 1946 by HMS Loch Glendhu and HMS Loch Lomond.

U-862 (I-502)
Scuttled February 15, 1946 by HMS Loch Lomond.

Scuttled early July 1946.

Scuttled October 27, 1946 by gunfire from HMS Newfoundland.

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Last Updated
May 15, 2020


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