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Our Destroyers Hayatori and Asagiri Sinking Enemy Ships at Port Arthur During a Great Snowstorm at 3:00 a.m. on February 14, 1904 (Waga kuchiku kantai Hayatori Asagiri taifūsetsu Ryōjun ni oite tekikan o chin suru no zu)

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Title: Our Destroyers Hayatori and Asagiri Sinking Enemy Ships at Port Arthur During a Great Snowstorm at 3:00 a.m. on February 14, 1904 (Waga kuchiku kantai Hayatori Asagiri taifūsetsu Ryōjun ni oite tekikan o chin suru no zu)
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