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.

Caption   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. ww2dbase
Source    ww2dbaseRoyal Australian Navy
Identification Code   H98.104-898
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Japanese Midget Submarine Warfare in World War II   Main article  Photos  
Type A-class   Main article  Photos  
Added By David Stubblebine
Added Date 17 Jun 2014

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