Hi all, I am not sure whether this should be in the Information Request Board or not, but I am looking for dedicated Pacific Theater info. What I am looking for is a complete list of ALL ships sunk in the Pacific Theater during the entire course of WW2, not just from December 7, 41. I found this list on another website, but it is woefully incomplete: US warships sunk (permanently): 1. Battleships: USS Arizona, USS Utah (training ship at time of loss), USS Oklahoma. 2. Cruisers: USS Chicago, USS Vincennes, USS Helena, USS Atlanta, USS Indianapolis, USS Quincy, USS Houston, USS Juneau, USS Northhampton, USS Astoria. 3. Carriers (Fleet): USS Lexington, USS Yorktown, USS Hornet, USS Wasp. Carriers (Light): USS Gambier Bay, USS St Lo. Carriers (Escort): USS Bismarck Sea. 4. US Destroyers/Destroyer Escorts: 87 lost 5. US Submarines: 52 lost 6. US Patrol Torpedo Boats (PT Boats): 69 SUNK FOR TARGET PRACTICE 1946-1948 (in the Pacific Ocean): Battleships USS Pennsylvannia, USS New York, USS Arkansas, USS Nevada. Aircraft Carrier USS Saratoga (sister ship of USS Lexington). Obviously, it only lists US ships, and doesn't delineate whether those ships were lost in the Pacific or Atlantic. I know about a few of the ones on the list, but I am also looking for British, Australian, Japanese, New Zealand, German, Russian, whoeverian ships lost anywhere east of the Cape of Good Hope to west of the west coasts of North and South America and from pole to pole (were there any Polish ships in the war at all? How about French? Were there any ships at Tahiti when the war started?). Thank you.