The Hitachi was now in a sad condition; her glory was indeed departed and her end very near.
Genji soon caught sight of them, and became aware that it was Hitachi.
It was, of course, grossly exaggerated, and contained a fantastic account of the "action" between the Wolf and Hitachi.
The Germans did not intend to sink the Hitachi where she was, but in deep water.
The Prize Captain secured for himself as a trophy a large picture placed at the head of the saloon stairs of the Hitachi.
We had not expected to go on board the Hitachi again, and never thought we should renew acquaintance with our personal belongings.
Certainly the seaplane might have taken up the chase, and ordered the Hitachi to stop.
The Hitachi Captain and senior officers visited her before she sailed away on the 25th.
What a contrast to the last meal we enjoyed on the Hitachi, taken in comfort and apparent security!
Never shall we forget the tragedy of that last half-hour in the life of the Hitachi Maru.