Aerial starboard view of cruiser HMAS Sydney, circa 1940Crew of cruiser HMAS Sydney, circa 1941RMS Queen Mary (right), RMS Queen Elizabeth (left), and HMAS Sydney (foreground) off WilsonMemo 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
Aerial starboard view of cruiser HMAS Sydney, circa 1940Crew of cruiser HMAS Sydney, circa 1941RMS Queen Mary (right), RMS Queen Elizabeth (left), and HMAS Sydney (foreground) off Wilson's Promontory, Victoria, Australia, 4 Sep 1941Memo 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
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