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LONDON (Kyodo) A cruise by Japanese Sea Scouts to various Southeast Asian nations in 1934 may have been a spying mission, according to documents declassified Sunday.

British intelligence officials feared the crew was picking up valuable information about Britain’s colonies ahead of a possible invasion.

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