Colour lithographic poster presenting information on the Don Isidro (USAT) shipwreck, off the coast of Bathurst Island near Darwin. On 19 February 1942 USAT Don Isidro was one of ten ships sunk by Japanese aircraft during the first air raid on Australia during World War II. The poster presents the history of the ship and shipwreck in a timeline, as well as images of the ship, shipwreck and the Japanese fighter planes which attacked her. Also includes are two maps and three plans of the shipwreck site. At the bottom right of the poster is a list of the eleven crew who lost their lives when the ship was sunk. The background to the poster is a sea blue colour.
"Text and design by Paul Clark and Silvano Jung 2010"--At left foot of poster.
Logo at head of poster: Northern Territory Government.
The Don Isidro poster was ‘posted’ for public viewing on the Saturday 22nd May 2010 at the MAGNT theatrette where public talks were given as part of National Archaeology Week.
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