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1940-10-18. SYDNEY - QUEENSLAND TROOPS OF THE 2ND ANTI TANK REGIMENT ON THEIR WAY BY FERRY FROM THE TRAINS TO THE TRANSPORTS. ARMY. EMBARKATION Source Aust War Memorial

1940-10-18. SYDNEY - QUEENSLAND TROOPS OF THE 2ND ANTI TANK REGIMENT ON THEIR WAY BY FERRY FROM THE TRAINS TO THE TRANSPORTS. ARMY. EMBARKATION Source Aust War Memorial

18 / 10 / 1940 SYDNEY, NSW. QUEENSLAND TROOPS OF 2ND ANTI TANK REGIMENT ON THEIR WAY BY FERRY FROM THE TRAINS TO THE TRANSPORTS ON WHICH THEY ARE TO EMBARK FOR OVERSEAS Source Aust War Memorial

18 / 10 / 1940 SYDNEY, NSW. QUEENSLAND TROOPS OF 2ND ANTI TANK REGIMENT ON THEIR WAY BY FERRY FROM THE TRAINS TO THE TRANSPORTS ON WHICH THEY ARE TO EMBARK FOR OVERSEAS Source Aust War Memorial

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA. 1943-02-27. QUEENSLAND MEMBERS OF THE 9TH AUSTRALIAN DIVISION RETURNING FROM THE MIDDLE EAST BEING FERRIED FROM WOOLLOOMOOLOO, WHERE THEY HAD DISEMBARKED FROM THE TROOPSHIPS "AQUITANIA" AND "ILE DE FRANCE", TO PYRMONT WHERE THEY WILL ENTRAIN FOR THEIR HOME STATE Source Aust War Memorial

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA. 1943-02-27. QUEENSLAND MEMBERS OF THE 9TH AUSTRALIAN DIVISION RETURNING FROM THE MIDDLE EAST BEING FERRIED FROM WOOLLOOMOOLOO, WHERE THEY HAD DISEMBARKED FROM THE TROOPSHIPS "AQUITANIA" AND "ILE DE FRANCE", TO PYRMONT WHERE THEY WILL ENTRAIN FOR THEIR HOME STATE Source Aust War Memorial

Japanese midget submarines enter Sydney Harbour in WWII. On This Day ……. 31st May 1942 When the town of Darwin was bombed by the Japanese in World War II, Australians were forced to accept the reality of how close the war was. Further bombing raids continued along Australia’s northwestern coastline, and even Townsville and Mossman in far north Queensland, but the war was […]

Japanese midget submarines enter Sydney Harbour in WWII. On This Day ……. 31st May 1942 When the town of Darwin was bombed by the Japanese in World War II, Australians were forced to accept the reality of how close the war was. Further bombing raids continued along Australia’s northwestern coastline, and even Townsville and Mossman in far north Queensland, but the war was […]

Australian Hospital Ship (AHS) Centaur was a hospital ship which was attacked and sunk by a Japanese submarine off the coast of Queensland, Australia, on 14 May 1943. Of the 332 medical personnel and civilian crew aboard, 268 were killed. A search team announced on 20 December 2009 that they had found Centaur that morning 30 nautical miles (56 km; 35 mi) east of Moreton Island.

Australian Hospital Ship (AHS) Centaur was a hospital ship which was attacked and sunk by a Japanese submarine off the coast of Queensland, Australia, on 14 May 1943. Of the 332 medical personnel and civilian crew aboard, 268 were killed. A search team announced on 20 December 2009 that they had found Centaur that morning 30 nautical miles (56 km; 35 mi) east of Moreton Island.

SYDNEY—Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander soldiers were a formidable force during the first and second world wars, fighting alongside their white counterparts and sharing the same pay and conditions. When they returned home they expected to be treated the same. But they were deprived of the most basic rights—the right to vote, buy property or even enter a public bar. #Indigenousvets

SYDNEY—Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander soldiers were a formidable force during the first and second world wars, fighting alongside their white counterparts and sharing the same pay and conditions. When they returned home they expected to be treated the same. But they were deprived of the most basic rights—the right to vote, buy property or even enter a public bar. #Indigenousvets

World War Two aircraft wreckage found on Great Barrier Reef | Great Barrier Reef holidays | Distant Journeys

World War Two aircraft wreckage found on Great Barrier Reef | Great Barrier Reef holidays | Distant Journeys

Private William Edward Sing DCM, 31st Battalion, of Clermont, Queensland, who enlisted on 26 October 1914 and returned to Australia on 21 July 1918.

Private William Edward Sing DCM, 31st Battalion, of Clermont, Queensland, who enlisted on 26 October 1914 and returned to Australia on 21 July 1918.

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