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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 1942German SdKfz. 251 halftrack vehicle at Bir al Hakim, near Tobruk, Libya, 1 Jun 1942
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 1942German SdKfz. 251 halftrack vehicle at Bir al Hakim, near Tobruk, Libya, 1 Jun 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.US Coast Guard cutter Spencer sailing as part of the war-time Navy serves as flagship for a convoy escort detachment in the North Atlantic, 1 Jun 1942, photo 1 of 2
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.US Coast Guard cutter Spencer sailing as part of the war-time Navy serves as flagship for a convoy escort detachment in the North Atlantic, 1 Jun 1942, photo 1 of 2
US Coast Guard cutter Spencer sailing as part of the war-time Navy serves as flagship for a convoy escort detachment in the North Atlantic, 1 Jun 1942, photo 2 of 2USS Juneau at anchor in New York City, New York, United States, 1 Jun 1942. Note that the upper surfaces retain the earlier camouflage scheme while hull has been repainted with different pattern.
US Coast Guard cutter Spencer sailing as part of the war-time Navy serves as flagship for a convoy escort detachment in the North Atlantic, 1 Jun 1942, photo 2 of 2USS Juneau at anchor in New York City, New York, United States, 1 Jun 1942. Note that the upper surfaces retain the earlier camouflage scheme while hull has been repainted with different pattern.


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