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Japanese. The Imperial Japanese Navy originally intended to use six submarines in the attack on Sydney Harbour: B1-type submarines I-21, I-27, I-28, and I-29, and C1 ...\r\nIn the late afternoon of 31 May 1942 three Japanese submarines, I-22, I-24 and I-27, sitting about seven nautical miles (13 kilometres) out from Sydney Harbour , each ...\r\nPort Jackson, consisting of the waters of Sydney Harbour, Middle Harbour, North Harbour and the Lane Cove and Parramatta Rivers, is the ria or natural harbour of ...\r\nDerricourt, Robin, Camp Cove, Dictionary of Sydney, 2008, http://dictionaryofsydney.org/entry/camp_cove, viewed 09 Oct 2018\r\nPost-WW2 Submarine Aircraft Carrier Experiments And the Japanese took the idea the furthest to date (see references). The U.S. Navy ACTUALLY DID HAVE SUBMARINE ...\r\nPort Moresby lies on the southeast shore of Papua New Guinea and is built around Fairfax Harbour, the island's largest harbour. As the city capital and ...\r\nSydney was founded in 1788 when the first fleet arrived in Australia from England. On 13 May 1787 a fleet of 11 ships set sail from Portsmouth, England. On ...\r\nI saw this memorial to the U.S. Navy’s Submarine Service during a recent visit to the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland. I was struck by the faces ...\r\nPrior to World War 2, Darwin was one of just three Australian ports considered essential for harbour defence by the British Admiralty.\r\nThis easy walk from Athol Bay at Taronga Zoo to Balmoral Beach follows the northern side of the harbour shoreline and lets you explore Sydney Harbour in detail.\r\n