With more time, military experts say, a fleet of revolutionary Japanese super-submarines could have changed the course of World War II.
Some were designed to launch bombers on kamikaze missions against New York City, Washington, D.C., and the Panama Canal. Others were thought to be twice as fast any other submarine used in the war.
None had the chance to execute their stealth missions against the U.S. mainland or critical targets in the Pacific during the war.
But after the war ended and...Full Story