On the 31st May in 1942, Japanese submarines slipped into Sydney Harbour, their torpedoes killing 21 sailors. Relatives gathered to remember.
On This Night: In 1942, Japanese submarines slipped into Sydney Harbour, their torpedoes killing 21 sailors. Relatives gathered to remember.Download the 7 News app: http://yhoo.it/2a8SxYV#LestWeForget #7News
Posted by 7 News Sydney on Wednesday, 31 May 2017
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A truly moving day for the descendants of the 21 sailors killed on the HMAS Kuttabul on this day 75 years ago.
Congratulations Channel 7 for capturing such a significant moment of Sydney’s history.
Stories to follow from world renowned author and historian Steven Carruthers, who gave brilliant insight to what unfolded on 31st May, 1942, as Steven narrated the history of the route of the midgets during the cruise.
Praise to Gary Traynor and Team from www.MedalsGoneMissing.com for your commitment and respect to the 21 sailors and their families.
Thank you for the warm welcome. We are honoured to support the Kuttabul Commemorative Project capture the stories of the sailors and their families.
Lest We Forget 💜