Broome’s One Day War

Broome’s One Day War

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Broome in 1942 was a small town on the tropical northern coast of Western Australia, renowned for the quality of its pearls and pearl shell, but little else. One Tuesday 3rd March 1942 the tranquillity of the sleepy little town was shattered forever when Japanese Zero fighters attacked targets ion the Broome airstrip and adjacent Roebuck Bay, and the town suddenly became Western Australia’s Pearl Harbour.

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Broome in 1942 was a small town on the tropical northern coast of Western Australia, renowned for the quality of its pearls and pearl shell, but little else. One Tuesday 3rd March 1942 the tranquillity of the sleepy little town was shattered forever when Japanese Zero fighters attacked targets ion the Broome airstrip and adjacent Roebuck Bay, and the town suddenly became Western Australia’s Pearl Harbour.

Softcover, 48 Pages

Author

Mervyn Prime

Additional information

Weight 100 g
Dimensions 21 × 15 × 1 cm

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