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SYDNEY, NSW. 1942-06-10. The spent 17.7 INCH Torpedo, either type 96 or 97, Fired by the unidentified Japanese midget submarine (known as Midget A), which ran ashore at Garden island during the attack on SYDNEY HARBOUR on 31 MAY 1942. Note the blast wall of sandbags in the background, constructed prior to the torpedo being dragged further in. (NAVAL HISTORICAL COLLECTION). Date 10 June 1942.
View of Bourke Street during the 1893 flood, Maitland, NSW, Australia
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reCollections - Australia's Muslim cameleers: Pioneers of the inland, 1860s-1930s
Unloading camels, Port Augusta, 1890s. The curators estimate that between 1870 and 1900 more than 2000 cameleers and an amazing 15,000 camels came to Australia, largely from British India and Afghanistan. The cameleers were predominantly Pashtun, Baluchi, Punjabi and Sindhi. They spoke their own languages in Australia and religion was their common bond. Nearly all were young or middle-aged men.