|Battle of Sagami Bay|
|Part of World War II|
USS De Haven (DD-727), the destroyer which led the attack, underway in 1944.
|Commanders and leaders|
|United States Navy Destroyer Squadron 61 ||Imperial Japanese Navy|
1 submarine chaser
|Casualties and losses|
1 freighter sunk|
1 freighter damaged
The Battle of Sagami Bay was a World War II anti-shipping raid off the tip of Bōsō Peninsula on the night of 22 July 1945. It was the last surface action of the war. Destroyer Squadron 61 (DesRon 61) of the U.S Navy engaged with a Japanese convoy consisting of two freighters escorted by subchaser No. 42 and minesweeper No.1. The Americans sank a freighter, No.5 Hakutetsu Maru of 800 long tons (810 t), and damaged another freighter, Enbun Maru of 6,919 long tons (7,030 t). The Japanese escorts were not damaged.
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