Memo from Australian Secretary to the War Cabinet Frederick Shedden to John Curtin, the first formal advice to the Prime Minister that the HMAS Sydney was believed lost, 25 Nov 1941

Caption     Memo from Australian Secretary to the War Cabinet Frederick Shedden to John Curtin, the first formal advice to the Prime Minister that the HMAS Sydney was believed lost, 25 Nov 1941 ww2dbase
Photographer    Unknown
Source    ww2dbaseNational Archives of Australia
Identification Code   A5954
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Photos on Same Day 25 Nov 1941
Added By C. Peter Chen

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