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Wreckage of the sunken Japanese midget submarines provided Australian navy experts a gold mine of intelligence about enemy technology.

In January 1943, the naval depot at Garden Island, Sydney, was commissioned as HMAS Kuttabul to further perpetuate the memory of the 21 men killed during the attack.

(Photo: Royal Australian Navy)

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