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Cruiser USS Chicago underway in Sydney Harbor, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, before the Japanese midget submarine attack that took place later that night, May 31, 1942Hulk of Japanese Type A midget submarine recovered from Sydney Harbor after being destroyed in the 31 May 1942 raid, Jun 1942.
Cruiser USS Chicago underway in Sydney Harbor, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, before the Japanese midget submarine attack that took place later that night, May 31, 1942Hulk of Japanese Type A midget submarine recovered from Sydney Harbor after being destroyed in the 31 May 1942 raid, Jun 1942.
Royal Australian Navy personnel examining the hulls and pieces of the Japanese Type A midget submarines recovered from Sydney Harbor after the 31 May 1942 raid.A Japanese Ko-hyoteki class midget submarine raised from of Sydney Harbor the day after the submarine attack in Sydney Harbor, New South Wales, Australia, Jun 1 1942
Royal Australian Navy personnel examining the hulls and pieces of the Japanese Type A midget submarines recovered from Sydney Harbor after the 31 May 1942 raid.A Japanese Ko-hyoteki class midget submarine raised from of Sydney Harbor the day after the submarine attack in Sydney Harbor, New South Wales, Australia, Jun 1 1942
Japanese Type 98 torpedo that ran aground on Green Island in Sydney Harbor during the submarine attack 9 days earlier being prepared for recovery, Sydney, Australia, Jun 10, 1942. Note the sandbags.Crews inspecting midship torpedo damage to the heavy cruiser USS Chester in the Sutherland drydock at Cockatoo Island Dockyard, Sydney, Australia, Nov 1942.
Japanese Type 98 torpedo that ran aground on Green Island in Sydney Harbor during the submarine attack 9 days earlier being prepared for recovery, Sydney, Australia, Jun 10, 1942. Note the sandbags.Crews inspecting midship torpedo damage to the heavy cruiser USS Chester in the Sutherland drydock at Cockatoo Island Dockyard, Sydney, Australia, Nov 1942.
USS New Orleans in the Cockatoo Docks in Sydney, Australia as a temporary bow is being lowered into place after she was struck by a torpedo in the Battle of Tassafaronga that blew off 150 feet of her bow.USS New Orleans underway from Sydney, Australia after being fitted with a temporary bow because she was struck by a torpedo in the Battle of Tassafaronga that blew off 150 feet of her bow.
USS New Orleans in the Cockatoo Docks in Sydney, Australia as a temporary bow is being lowered into place after she was struck by a torpedo in the Battle of Tassafaronga that blew off 150 feet of her bow.USS New Orleans underway from Sydney, Australia after being fitted with a temporary bow because she was struck by a torpedo in the Battle of Tassafaronga that blew off 150 feet of her bow.
Chinese military attachés in Sydney, Australia, 1945Chinese military attachés in Sydney, Australia, 1945
Chinese military attachés in Sydney, Australia, 1945Chinese military attachés in Sydney, Australia, 1945
RMS Queen Mary in Sydney harbor between Bradleys Head and Sydney Harbour Bridge, Australia, 1940sHMS Formidable berthed at the Circular Quay, Sydney, Australia, circa Jan 1945
RMS Queen Mary in Sydney harbor between Bradleys Head and Sydney Harbour Bridge, Australia, 1940sHMS Formidable berthed at the Circular Quay, Sydney, Australia, circa Jan 1945
HMS Formidable going through the anti-submarine boom in Sydney harbor, Australia, mid-1945; photo taken from GeorgeAdmiral Bruce Fraser and another officer watching HMS Duke of York entering Sydney Harbour, Australia, 29 Jul 1945
HMS Formidable going through the anti-submarine boom in Sydney harbor, Australia, mid-1945; photo taken from George's Head looking toward Green PointAdmiral Bruce Fraser and another officer watching HMS Duke of York entering Sydney Harbour, Australia, 29 Jul 1945
HMS Formidable and HMS Implacable entering Sydney harbor, Australia, 24 Aug 1945QF 4.5-inch Mk III guns aboard HMS Formidable, Sydney harbor, Australia, 6 Dec 1945
HMS Formidable and HMS Implacable entering Sydney harbor, Australia, 24 Aug 1945QF 4.5-inch Mk III guns aboard HMS Formidable, Sydney harbor, Australia, 6 Dec 1945


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