Ian Townsend: Comment on Rabaul

Posted on: Mon 10 Feb 2020

Rabaul Harbour in New Guinea was greatly prized during WW2, as it was known to be deep and calm, a place that would be an excellent port of call for the big ships to that carried the war to Australia from Japan.

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Photo:   Rabaul 1943 Air strike by Mitchell Bombers and P38 Lightning aircraft of the 5th Air Force on Japanese Shipping.

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