Talk:Satō Tetsutarō

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Content-wise, this is a great start for an article. But I am a strong proponent of the extras - this article needs a photo, kanji for the figure's name, references, and perhaps a "see also" or "external links" section. LordAmeth 13:00, 8 August 2006 (UTC)

I think it is a shame that this man now has such little fame; according to Lisle Rose's 3 Volume 'Power at Sea' series, Admiral Sato may the single most important person in innovating the Japanese Navy and making their navy such a well run, modern force in early 20th century. According to Rose, he is one of the greatest naval thinkers over the last century and a half, and along with Yammamoto Gombai led to Japan as a naval power. Breunor (talk) 00:14, 5 December 2016 (UTC)