JAPANESE SUBMARINE SUNK IN BOOM NET
IN DARWIN HARBOUR, NT
IN JUNE 1942

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Noel F. Hill's book, "Expose - A History of Searchlights in WWII", mentions that a Japanese submarine was sunk in the Boom Net in Darwin Harbour in June 1942.

 

Does anyone have any more information on this event?

REFERENCES

"Expose - A History of Searchlights in WWII"
by Noel F. Hill

 

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