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H-class submarine and United States H-class submarine

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Difference between H-class submarine and United States H-class submarine

H-class submarine vs. United States H-class submarine

H class submarine can refer to. The United States H-class submarines were Holland 602 type submarines used by the United States Navy.

Similarities between H-class submarine and United States H-class submarine

H-class submarine and United States H-class submarine have 1 thing in common (in Unionpedia): Holland 602 type submarine.

Holland 602 type submarine

The Holland 602 type submarine, also known as the H-class submarine was one of the most numerous submarines of World War I. The type was designed by the Electric Boat Co. of the United States but most of the boats were built abroad: in Canada by the subsidiary of the British Vickers company and in British shipyards.

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H-class submarine and United States H-class submarine Comparison

H-class submarine has 4 relations, while United States H-class submarine has 37. As they have in common 1, the Jaccard index is 2.44% = 1 / (4 + 37).

References

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