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Updated: 8/6/2020
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Australian contribution in the WWII

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  • Time for Bombing YAY. I am ur father ship so now attack.
  • Yeahy, Faher we will die for you
  • Prepare to die fool
  • Oh No the Japanese are bombing
  • YAY. The day has finally arrived to drop 750 bombs on Darwin
  • A Japanese ship release three mini submarines M-14, M-21 and M-24 in an attempt to destroy the Australian Navy Ships.
  • AHHHH... We are getting bombed
  • Bombing Sydney Harbour. 31 May 1942 – 8 Jun 1942 during the second world war. The attack was a huge fail as the Japanese only destroyed a unarmed vessel.
  • We the Axis force give up
  • Do you surrender to the Allied Forces
  • The Japanese aircraft took of from 4 aircraft carriers in the Timor Sea in Indonesia.The Japanese attacked Darwin on the 19th February 1942 in an attempt to destroy Darwin's Harbour and its two air fields so the Allies could not use them as bases during the second world war.
  • You have overpowered us
  • We have made Australia Great
  • The attack was a huge success for Japanese as they destroyed the bases and the navy ships killing more than 230 people. The raid sirens were sounded too late and therefore Australia did not have much warning. The Japanese destroyed 6 large vessels and damaged 14 ships
  • The Battle of Tobruk which is in Libya. The war started on 10th April 1941 and ended on 27th November 1941. The war lasted for 241 days.
  • Winning Tobruk would give the Allied a huge Advantage as it would give them a base to attack occupied Europe. There were also major oil fields in the middle east which was necessary to fuel their tanks, planes and other motorised transport. There were more than 5,000 casualties in the whole battle
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