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|BOATHOOK CALMED JAP (Article), Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser (NSW : 1893 - 1953), Friday 20 November 1942 [Issue No.91] page 2||2017-03-26 19:05||Tillman Diirdin. 'Snvr York Times'
Pacific bare, tells the story in a de
who wh'pped out a pletol and fired
a i Conger.
|Tillman Durdin. 'Snvr York Times'
Pacific bare, tells the story in a de-
who whipped out a pistol and fired
|NEW JAP FIGHTER MASTERED (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Monday 13 December 1943 page 2||2017-03-26 18:59||ifoew jasp jnj'OH^EB. i^AstBnm
*fEw YOBS. Bntofi -&. new
than leap* pace ^tiWoias^nsse
|NEW JAP FIGHTER MASTERED
NEW YORK. Sunday: A new
Zero and more faster than the
Zero and more heavily armed,
failed to upset the Allied air
superiority in the Pacific. This was
stated last night by General H.
H. Arnold, Chief of the US Army
Air Forces. The plane made its
debut a short time ago.
New American planes had more
than kept pace with the Japanese
|Jap Plane Blows Up (Article), The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954), Thursday 28 October 1943 [Issue No.10,549] page 3||2017-03-26 18:53||I Jap Plane
I mows up
IJSNR, _ gets Ilis Hellcat
fighter into position foiLthe
kill during the attacIT on
Blazing fiercely after be
—Us Navy Photos, pacific Fleet.
USNR, _ gets his Hellcat
fighter into position forthe
kill during the attack on
Blazing fiercely after be-
—US Navy Photos, Pacific Fleet.
|Captured Jap Fighter (Article), The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950), Friday 22 January 1943 [Issue No.21,155] page 4||2017-03-26 18:50||[?]
TTHBS bullet-riddled Zero was captured on the air-strip at Buna. It was strafed by
type 'Square Wing- ZerOS. Department of Information Photo
|Captured Jap Fighter
THIS bullet-riddled Zero was captured on the air-strip at Buna. It was strafed by
type 'Square Wing- Zeros. Department of Information Photo
|Japs Have New Zero "Lightning" (Article), Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954) , Thursday 23 November 1944 [Issue No.21,259] page 1||2017-03-26 18:47||SNEW YORK, Nov. 22. A.A.P.
Tokio Radio. quoting :.:
.Dormei-Ne ws A:glncv report.sayg?
: fa.new Na;vy Zei jfihlitt? "'6iefe
'with superior power and per>:
in the Philippines. Ii.is called
REiden, which means "Light-i
|NEW YORK, Nov. 22. A.A.P. -
Tokio Radio. quoting a
Dormei-News Agency report says
:a.new Navy Zero fighter plane
with superior power and per-
in the Philippines. It.is called
Raiden, which means "Light-
|JAP FIGHTER FORMIDABLE (Article), The Uralla Times (NSW : 1923 - 1954), Thursday 16 July 1942 page 1||2017-03-26 18:44||to Air Minister Drakeford
||to Air Minister Drakeford.
|Got Zero From The "Outer" (Article), The Telegraph (Brisbane, Qld. : 1872 - 1947), Thursday 30 April 1942 page 3||2017-03-26 18:43||Advanced Allied Ban;
Only one of our fightc:s managed
that is, ho was not selected by the
The entire flight returned un
wounded arid with its planes un
|Advanced Allied Base
Only one of our fighters managed
that is, he was not selected by the
The entire flight returned un-
wounded and with its planes un-
|DERELICT ZERO HIS HAVEN (Article), The Telegraph (Brisbane, Qld. : 1872 - 1947), Friday 22 June 1945 page 3||2017-03-26 18:42||Perhaps it was his plane. ,
||Perhaps it was his plane.
|DERELICT ZERO HIS HAVEN (Article), The Telegraph (Brisbane, Qld. : 1872 - 1947), Friday 22 June 1945 page 3||2017-03-26 18:41||f DERELlcf"ZERb" i
i HIS HAVEN I
' From a "Telegraph" War J
. Correspondent. »
t WEWAK: By-passed Japan- I
< eso arc always full of sur- J "'
' prises, as an American mill- ,
tary provost discovered when #
. n group of natives approached
1 him where he was guarding a '
' damaged USA fighter plane on J -
J the Wcwalc airstrip,, with news ,
t of the enemy. ' '
, "Japan man along' there,";.
they told, him, pointing to a- J
Zoro wrecked by intense Al- J .'
2 lied bombing 18 months, ago: - ,
2 ' Bewildered, the guard Inves- , .
'Ugnted. ' " 2
1 He was startled to find sit- J ,
2 ting In the piano's cockpit , at ,
J peace with the world, and ovl- ,
, dcntly communing with his
aerial ancestors, n gaunt Jap- J
t The MP took Him prisoner. ,
2 Ho had, come . through our , .
t lines from tho hills, but why J,
» ho chose to sit in a smashed J
J Zero is not known. , . >.
J Perhaps It, was his plane. ,
From a "Telegraph" War
WEWAK: By-passed Japan-
ese are always full of sur-
prises, as an American mill-
a group of natives approached
him where he was guarding a
damaged USA fighter plane on
the Wewak airstrip, with news
of the enemy.
"Japan man along there,
they told, him, pointing to a-
Zero wrecked by intense Al-
lied bombing 18 months, ago.
Bewildered, the guard inves-
He was startled to find sit-
ting in the piano's cockpit at
peace with the world, and ovi-
dently communing with his
aerial ancestors, a gaunt Jap-
The MP took him prisoner.
He had, come through our
lines from the hills, but why
he chose to sit in a smashed
Zero is not known.
Perhaps it was his plane. ,
|This Zero Did Not Get Away (Article), The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Friday 28 April 1944 [Issue No.3320] page 3||2017-03-26 18:34||This Zero Did Not Get Away
||This Zero Did Not Get Away.
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