1939-2009, English, Published edition: Bombing of Darwin : a selection of articles from newspapers, magazines, anniversary memorabilia and personal reminiscences.

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  • [S.l. : s.n., 1939-2009]
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  • Bombing of Darwin : a selection of articles from newspapers, magazines, anniversary memorabilia and personal reminiscences.
Published
  • [S.l. : s.n., 1939-2009]
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  • 5 v. : ill., maps ; 30 cm.
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  • Consists of 5 ring binders containing articles from various newpapers, magazine supplements, anniversary memorabilia, personal and official correspondence etc. about the bombing of Darwin, the 50th Anniversary commemoration in 1992 "Battle of Australia" and beyond.
Contents
  • V. 1. During the War: 1. Overland to Darwin Walkabout December 1, 1941. 2. Heavily bombed in two large-scale raids The Advertiser February 20, 1942. 3. Darwin bombed heavily in two day raids The Courier-Mail February 20, 1942. 4. 15 killed, 24 hurt in Darwin attacks; nine women among the dead The Herald February 20, 1942. 5. At least 19 killed in Darwin raid six Japanese machines shot down The Advertiser February 21, 1942. 6. Smoke signals The Courier-Mail February 21, 1942. 7. Japanese losses off Bali: Darwin evacuees tell of raid The Advertiser February 23, 1942. 8. Darwin assault possible: useful for Naval and Air Base The Advertiser February 24, 1942. 9 .Darwin evacuees absorbed by Army: ineligible men allowed to travel south The Advertiser February 25, 1942. 10. Darwin women form association The Advertiser February 27, 1942. 11. 300 evacuees arrive: arduous trip from Darwin The Advertiser February 28, 1942. 12. Hundreds of Darwin men need hats The Advertiser February 28, 1942. 13. Next door The Courier-Mail March 3, 1942. 14. Behind the scenes with evacuee housing The Advertiser March 4, 1942. 15. Dutch forced back in Java: third raid on Darwin The Advertiser March 5 1942. 16. Darwin raid enquiry: all aspects to be discussed The Advertiser March 14, 1942. 17. Darwin heavily bombed by Japanese for third time The Advertiser March 17, 1942. 18. Few casualties in Darwin raid: enemy takes pains to avoid clashes The Advertiser March 18, 1942. 19. Devastating raids on Japanese ships and bases: cruiser sunk one damaged enemy raids Darwin and Katherine The Advertiser March 23, 1942. 20. Katherine and Darwin raided: native killed The Courier-Mail March 23, 1942. 21. Letter from Commonwealth Bank re Evacuation of Darwin Branch 24 March, 1942. 22. Darwin raid enquiry: taking of evidence completed The Advertiser March 26, 1942. 23. Youths drafted to Darwin The Advertiser March 26, 1942. 24. Another raid on Darwin: enemy loses six planes at week-end The Advertiser March 31, 1942. 25. First raid on Darwin: deaths did not exceed 240 The Advertiser March 31, 1942. 26. Darwins first night raid The Advertiser April 2, 1942. 27. Darwin has 11th raid The Advertiser April 3, 1942. 28. Japanese raiders hard hit in North and at Colombo: two raids on Darwin The Advertiser April 6, 1942. 29. More evacuees from north: praise for Americans at Darwin The Advertiser April 6, 1942. 30. Cosmopolitan evacuees on Territory train The Advertiser April 8, 1942. 31. Army stages show in Central Australia S2Wheels with wheelsS3 (includes interviews with cast member) The Sun 1943. 32. The Army stages a musical comedy (includes programs 20 pg.) The Australasian July 10, 1943. 33. Victory in Europe: war against Germany is over unconditional surrender signed at Eisenhowers H.Q. Guinea Gold May 8, 1945. 34. Japan will quit if Emperor stays Guinea Gold August 11, 1945. 35. Darwin welcomes former prisoners Perth Daily News September 19, 1945. 36. More ships bring POW to Darwin Perth Daily News September 27, 1945. 37. Returning prisoners thank Darwin + Darwin means home + Baby of POW ships is 21 Perth Daily News October 1, 1945. Other Official material + Letters, reminiscences etc. 38. Copy of letter written by Mrs Enid Reid to her husband Robert Reid Chief Administrator of Fannie Bay Gaol Darwin regarding the conditions experienced by the evacuees on the S.S. Zealandia. December 1941. 39. Christmas Dinner menu from the S.S President Grant December 25, 1941. 40. Christmas card to her parents? from J. Constance Rice matron on the S.S. President Grant 1941. 41. Movement order for US 33rd Pursuit squadron to leave Brisbane to the combat zone February 6, 1942. 42. Extract of diary of J.F. Burton Darwin February 19th 1942 this diary was used by commission on claims for war damage. 43. Map depicting location of ships in Darwin harbour prior to the bombing. 44. Map depicting selected shipping positions of the ships in the harbour 19 February 1942. 45. Series of 8 articles, written by Sqn. Ldr. John Blight re the Bombing of Darwin on 19th February 1942 and the aftermath. 46. Location list of major Units in Top End of Northern Territory as at 28th February, 1942. 47. Australian Military forces Routine Orders part 1 No. 66/​42by Lt. Col. J.H. Hill Commanding 19th battalion S2The Adelaide RiflesS3 9/​3/​42. 48. Old Darwinian and dinner Menu belonging to E. DAmbrosio 18th March 1942 autographed by attendees. 49. Royal Commission into Darwin Bombing, March 1942. 50. 808th Engineers Australia Northern Territory lists dates from April 1942 and the work carried out on Airfields in NT and Papua New Guinea. 51. Letter written by E.L. Smith from HMAS Melville to relatives interstate dated 17/​12/​42. 52. Australian Military forces Movement Order for A.F. Gallas to Darwin from Mataranka and return to give evidence in an enquiry 5/​1/​1943. 53. Movement Orders for Pte. O.R. Crabbe: 15/​2/​43 to Noonamah by motor cycle &​ 23/​3/​43 to Mataranka by motor cycle. 54. Letter from Australian Red Cross Society, Alice Springs Branch thanking Pte. Anne Steeles &​ Sgt. E. Loveday for their performance 25th February, 1943 by Dorothea Weger. 55. Invitation from The Chairman &​ Members of the supply Camp Mens social committee to Miss Anne Steeles to attend Cabaret Dance 14 April, 1943. 56. Northern Picnic Race Meeting Birthday Meeting Souvenir Programme 7th June 1943. 57. Copies of map showing location of A,B &​ C Sqds. 19th February, 1942, photos of convoys and concrete beach defence structure, souvenir programme from Mr. Silver Murcott 7th June 1943. 58. Reference Air Raid East Point area report 28/​6/​43 (marked secret). 59. Fighter combat report enemy air reconnaissance no. 4 17/​8/​43 report (marked secret). 60. A.A. Amenities Service present the famous S2Aussies on ParadeS3 the original 6th div. from line diggers concert party (returned from the Middle East) 7/​9/​43. 61. Bombing of Darwin account written by Qantas employee it is handwritten, 24 pages long and unsigned and undated, there is also no discernable name of the author anywhere in this narrative, but he must have been a NT resident as he mentions going home to his father house on the Cnr of Harvey &​ Peel Streets (now called Barneson street and his mother and 3 sisters being evacuated on the S.S. President Grant to Brisbane) to check up on it. 00/​12/​43. 62. Northern Picnic Racing Club Anniversary Meeting 17 June 1944 (also lists Officials and committee members)
  • pictures of horse races.
  • V. 4. Part 2 :
  • 37. Points of Aviation history between Darwin and Pine Creek ,by John Haslett, transcript of type for Peter Forrest.
  • 38. No greater sacrifice: Matson Lines unsung WWII casualties by Gregory Sharp, Sea Classics, February 28, 2005.
  • 39. The Territory at war by Bob Alford, The View, Issue 4 , 1996, pp. 100-103.
  • 40. Defence of continental Australia 1942 by Captain A. Vane, Royal Australian Army Medical Corps, Army Journal no. 138, 1975 pp. 30-36.
  • 41. On Australias front line: the military heritage of Adelaide River by David Carment, Journal of the Royal United Services Institute of Australia, vol. 7, no. 1, November, 1984, pp.41-44.
  • 42. A tribute to Brian Reginald Walker DSO : a legend in his own lifetime by Gavin G. McEwin, 1995.
  • 43. Darwins Catalinas by Tom Lewis, in Scuba Diver, September/​October 1995 pp. 24-26.
  • 44. The greatest story ever told by N.F. Phillips ex RAN.
  • 45. Fighter Leader, Commander Zenziro Miyano : Imperial Japanese navy by M.W. Prime in AHSA Journal, vol. 19, no. 2, April/​June 1978, p. 27.
  • 46. Epitaph for a Darwin raider by Robert Kendall Piper in Canberra Times, 12the February, 1983.
  • 47. The forgotten prisoner by Robert Piper in Australasian Post September, 12, 1985.
  • 48. Matthias Ulungura and the capture of Toyoshima Haijame by Paul A. Rosenzweig in Sabretache, vo. 28, April/​June 1987 pp. 10-14.
  • 49. Naval operations, Timor Sea, 1942-3 paper read to the Society by Marsden C. Horden , Naval Historical Society of Australia, Monograph no. 3, March 1990.
  • 50. The Katherine connection by Dorothy Gellie, 1964.
  • 51. The Darwin Inter-Church Club : a brief outline of what it is, what it does, how it is appreciated, and our obligation, Australian Inland Mission, 1941.
  • 52. Narrative of No. 31 Squadron [said to be by Bob Alford, 1987]
  • 53. History of the 2/​14 Australian Field Regiment A.I.F., prepared from war diaries by Lieutenant Colonel S.G. Kingwell, M.B.E., R.L.
  • 54. Some truths about Darwin and the air raid of 19th February, 1942 by Chief Officer T. Minto.
  • 55. Homecoming by Catalinas by Max Venables, (ex POW Singapore), 1945.
  • 56. Darwin 19th February 1942 a personal recollection by Cec Wood (ex Post Office clerk), S.A. 1981.
  • 57. A World War II Vignette: the Darwin-Philippine connection by Professor Milton W. Meyer, Pasadena, Calif. 1997.
  • 58. Monsoon meeting, Cavalry Racing Club : Saturday 11th December, 1943 by R.J. Nissen, 8th Light Horse Ret. V22623.
  • 59. World War 2 Diary [Diary begins dated Friday 22 January, 1943 and ends Sunday 30 April 1944 when unknown author Log Field. It describes the author's journey from Claremont in W.A. to Darwin where he was stationed].
  • 60. My life and times of Dorothy May Hall, 1982. 61. Daly Water Aerodrome WWII, chronology of events and units by R.N. Alford, 1991.
  • 62. CD Photos of Darwin from Thomas "Allan" Morris.
  • 63. CD 5 photos from J.D. Foley Karrinyup, W.A. August. 2009.
  • 64. CD 52 photos &​ b.&​w. copies from Gilbert James of Johns &​ Waygood construction of oil storages after bombing of Darwin WWII.
  • 65. Notes re Darwin album from Alfred J. Goding , Lt. Col. (Ret.)1997
  • 66. 19 Feb 1942 Darwin bombed off the map: or on to it by Murray Maynard
  • 67. Copy of "Manunda official log book 20 September 1941
  • 5 November 1942 v. 1 &​ 2.
  • selected pages 19 February to 4 March 1942" file no. NAA: SP290/​2, 1941
  • 68. Original photographs from Sgt. Ernest Herbert Bryant VX114680 x 4 of Darwin 1941
  • Searchlights
  • 69. Photo of Gunner R.J. (Luke) Morrisey of Darwin Fortress 1942. 70. S2The Negro in the Army today by William H. Hastie from Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, v. 223, Minority peoples in a nation at war (Sep, 1942) 71. The reception of black American servicemen in Australia during World War II : The resilience of S2White AustraliaS3 by Kay Saunders and Helen Taylor in Journal of black Studies v. 25., no. 3 (Jan. 1995) 72. Chapter 4 : The 1940s Main Roads and Australias war efforts from Queensland Roads, v. 12., no. 24 December 1973. 73. Despatch Movement to Darwin : December 1941 by R.K. Cooper. 74. H.M.A.S. Katoomba Association (crew of from Doug Chapman collection) 75. Some reflections &​ photographs on Darwin 1945-1945 from Jean Johnson (nee Proctor) 76. Copy of Demobilization Procedure Book of Charles Edward Tanner. 77. Copy of special tobacco Ration for Ex-Service Personnel for William John Bennetts.
  • 78. Copy of 24 Hours Dry rations to be issued at Terowie to parties moving to Alice Springs per 100 men dated December 1941. 79. Copy of letter to Michael Loos from K.F. &​ C.S. Bone re photographs of soldiers playing football dated Dec 29 1992 (includes copy of photograph) 80. Copy of AWM Roll of Honour WW. 2 S2Garrison &​ Coastal Batteries signed by Colin Meaker .81. Copy of Media Release re New Awards for forgotten veterans and civilians dated April 19 1994. 82.Copy of Report of the committee of inquiry into defence and defence related awards (has brief biographies of persons eligible for awards NT Mr. J.R. (Ross) Mullins, Mr. Bill Ivinson and Mr Dick Graham).83. Copy of Report of the committee of inquiry into defence and defence related awards who established and why (undated).
  • 84. Copy of letter written to S2MerveS3 by Maurie Still re locations of units (undated). 85. A service of Thanksgiving for victory and peace on the occasion of victory in the Pacific and the termination of the war, 1939-45 for Church of England and Protestant Denominations
  • 86. A service of thanksgiving for victory for use in units of the Northern Territory force Australian Military forces, and of the R.A.A.F. North Western Area on the occasion of the victory in Europe 1945 for Church of England and Protestant Denominations.
  • 87 Work in the Northern Territory, 1940-1944 (Main Roads Sept., 1946).
  • 88 Autographs of all personnel in first trial of Japanese War Criminals in Darwin 1946 donated by daughter of Maxwell Robert Bradbrook.
  • 89 DVD of digger interviews taken at Bombing of Darwin commemoration in 2012 (includes Alex Fleetwood, Allan Godfrey, Bill Williams. Bob Jones, Edwin Brown, Kevin Bray &​ Eric Aitkin, Fordy Sutherland, Gerry Griggs, Ken Kemp, Thomas Ferguson, Tom Ferguson)
  • V. 4, Part 1 : 1a. The Territory at war by R.N. (Bob) Alford, 1991 &​ (1b.) 1994.
  • 2. Trial by sea by Clifford D. Heard, 1990.
  • 3. Letters to "Dick" by Terry Byrne, 1995.
  • 4. Letter to "Dick" by Vince Highland, 1996.
  • 5. Letter to Fay Karamanakis by J.D. (Des) Foley, 2009.
  • 6. Letter to Leslie Whittaker by R.G. Hall, 1992
  • 7. Once upon a lifetime by Philip S. Jay, 1975.
  • 8. Life in Darwin on 19th February 1942 and after as experienced by Able Seaman Harry Dale F3298 and by part of the crew of H.M.A.S. Karangi, 1943.
  • 9. Statutory declaration by John Reid Barclay Fourth mate of H.M.A.S. Manunda, 1942.
  • 10. Army ammunition units in Northern Territory 1942-1945 by Bryan J. Kelleher, 1992.
  • 11. Interview with Colonel Robert F. McMahon ex-33rd Pursuit Sqn (Provisional) USAAF Darwin 19.2.42, interview conducted 12 May 1992.
  • 12. Letter from Lou Harmanis.
  • 13. Extract from letter from Mrs Rhoda Walker, 1991.
  • 14. American wartime involvement in the Northern Territory by Lt. Col. L. J. (Laurence Jack) Haydon, 1986.
  • 15. A market for memories: understanding public history at the Mindil Beach site in Darwin by Dr. Mickey Dewar, 27 May 2008.
  • 16. S2That Jensen fellowS3 poem by Pappy donated by Bill Neeley who was stationed at Coomalie Creek, N.T. 1942.
  • 17. The surveillance of Northern Australia its history The story of Stanners Bush Commando 1942 by Amoury Vane from Defence Force Journal No. 14 Jan-Feb 1979 v. 4, no. 14.
  • 18. Ronald John Rigg, R.A.A.F. 80473, 1941-1946 29th January 1923 born Perth, W.A. 452 Squadron Spitfires (includes copies of wartime photographs).
  • 19. Short bursts extract from Lion and Swans 452 Squadron Millingimbi Service 1943 from Ron Rigg.
  • 20. Dangerous flight aircraft in a storm- 452 Squadron by Lysle Roberts.
  • 21. Copies of photos of 452 Squadron from Ron Rigg (marked 19 &​ 20). 22. Copies of photos of 452 Squadron from Ron Rigg from photo album.
  • 23. Copies of photos of 452 Squadron from Ron Rigg (group in front of plane)
  • 24. Copies of photos of 452 Squadron from Ron Rigg (Corrunna Downs, N.W.W.A.)
  • 25. Spitfires over Darwin (From Ron Rigg)
  • 26. Darwin 1942 by Air Commodore A.D. Garrison (Ret.) from Australian Defence Force Journal No. 122 Jan-Feb 1997.
  • 27. The War Service Memorial Year in the Northern Territory script for item for ABC Radio National S2Talking HistoryS3 program for broadcast Sunday 17 May 1992 Intro. Tim Bowden (interviewer) Peter Forrest (interviewee)
  • 28. The Kangaroo Trail : an historical account of a little known World War II overland military motor transport operation in Northern Australia from 6 April 1942 to 17 April 1943 by Lt. Col. Earl H. Hauschultz TC presented to Sgt. F/​C. Harry O. Kelly a former member of S2BS3 Company 29th Quartermaster Truck Regiment
  • 29. Royal Australian Air Force: experiences of Richard F. Overheu
  • 30. Re-word processed document from the original fax sent by Maureen on 14 February 1992 to Frank Geddes RSL Darwin containing Leo Odegaards comments on the Darwin bombing
  • 31. Attacks on the Australian mainland World War II by George Vazeny from Sabertache v. 25 July/​September 1984.
  • 32. Address at Bombing of Darwin commemoration 19 February 1996 by Peter Forrest . 33. Reference Air Raid East Point area 28.6.1943 by W. Weight.
  • 34. Darwin air raids 1942 by R.N. (Bob) Alford from RAAF Amberley Branch Queensland Air Museum Newsletter November 1984.
  • 35. Bombs! On Darwin from Front Line 195?
  • 36. The Java Sea Campaign, Combat narrative, Office of Naval Intelligence U.S. Navy, 1943.
  • V. 3. Between the end of the war, the 50th Anniversary of the bombing of Darwin and beyond: 1. 20,000 pound offer to buy Darwin Harbour wrecks NT News September 27 1956. 2. Metal crosses symbol of peace NT News July 26 1960. 3.Building the bitumen by D.L. Bernstein Walkabout September 1966. 4.Hundreds of RAAF men fled Darwin after first raid commission report NT News Jan 10 1972. 5. Darwins day of confusion, panic and death
  • NT News Jan 11 1972. 6. Bombs on Darwin by Hilda Abbott SMH Weekend magazine and book reviews Feb 19 1972. 7. A myth exploded NT News Feb 20 1973. 8. Memories of old Darwin
  • NT News (after 1979). 9. Darwin at war NT News Jun 6 1981. 10. Evacuation it was a harrowing experience The Star Dec 9 1981. 11. Katherine was bombed 1985. 12. 1942 Its in a class of its own historian puts in perspective The Sunday Territorian March 24 1985. 13. The day a town became a front-line NT News Feb 19 1986. 14.Operation Black Jungle Sunday Territorian Aug 30 1987. 15. Relics of past may disappear NT News Sept 11 1987. 16. Darwin reflects on act of war NT News Feb 19 1988. 17. Darwin ready for raid &​ Vivid memories of that bloody attack NT News Feb 20 1988. 18. En route to bomb Darwin The Courier Mail Dec 28 1988. 19. Anniversary of report on bombing NT News April 11 1989. 20. The Darwin blitz NT News April 25 1989. 21. Dancing the second world war : recent story becomes part of an ancient tradition Sunday Mail Magazine Oct 29 1989. 22. US veteran of Japanese raid on Darwin dies Canberra Times Jan 19 1991. 23. Revealed: Japans Australian invasion plan The Sun-Herald July 21 1991. 24. War veteran returns to NT &​ Reunion for intern camp Sunday Territorian July 28 1991. 25. Massacre in Darwin Herald-Sun Dec 9 1991. 26. Australias Pearl harbour Herald-Sun Dec 9 1991. 27. Nuclear sub crew to enjoy Top End NT News March 26 1993. 28. Warship crews honoured NT News March 30 1993. 29. Was the north to be a wartime sacrifice? NT News June 16 1993. 30. Darwin recalls last bombs- NT News November 12 1993. 31. Bombs remembered
  • NT News February 18 1994. 32. Blitz: we remember today NT News Feb 19 1994. 33. Day the first bombs fell on Darwin NT News Feb 19 1994. 34. Roll of Honour Bombing of Darwin Australian Military News February 1997. 35. Darwin 1942 casualties from the first raid Australian Military News 1997. 36. Anzac Day Parramatta Packet Mar-June 2006. 37. Gnr Wilbert Hudson MM Parramatta Packet Mar-June 2006. Other Official material + Letters, reminiscences etc. 38. Letter from S2The White HouseS3 Feb 3 1988. 39. 380th Bomb Group 1942-1945 Unit Patch S2King of the HeaviesS3 Return to Australia 1988. 40. Film taken by Roy Wheeler (abstract) 1942 May 1991. 41. Department of Defence letter to Miss. L. Roy re her fathers service in RAAF who was stationed in Darwin 1944 July 1991. 42.Address by Sir William Keys, AC, OBE, MC. Darwin Monday 17th August 1992 Darwin Press Club S2Dynamic Asia Northern Australia: a natural partnershipS3. 43. War by stealth: Australian &​ the Allied Intelligence Bureau 1942-1945 National Trust (N.T.) 6 Oct 1995. 44. War Cemeteries within Australia
  • Office of Australian War Graves by Veterans Affairs (no date). 45. Air raids on Darwin, 1942 Australian War Memorial leaflet (no date). 46. Painting S2Japanese air attack on Darwin Harbour, 19 February 1942S3 by Keith Swain. 47. Lesser known squadrons, No. 548 Squadron, Royal Air Force Australian Poms by Andrew Thomas
  • Aviation News 21 August
  • 7 September, 1987. 48. Darwin bombed
  • The Age 11 January 1982. 49. Cowra man attends Darwin celebrations 1992. 50. Secret landfall by Robert Kendall Piper Far Horizons no. 1, May-June 1988, Perth, Ansett W.A. 51. Remembrance, memory and silence: forgetting a larrikin Tasmanian Tiger from Tasmanian Times 14/​11/​12. 52.Journal of the Australian War Memorial by David Sissons issue 30
  • April 1997. 53. Japanese War Crime trials
  • World War II June 12, 2006. 54. NAA World War II war crimes
  • Fact Sheet 61. 55. Australia's War 1939-1945
  • 'war crimes'. 56. Newspaper articles from The Advertiser (Adelaide) Februyary &​ march 1946. 57. Japanese War Trials by George Dickinson The Australian Quarterly v. 24. no. 2 (June 1952). 58. Barry saw a flight of planes The Argus Weekender Feb 20 1954 59. Japanese Zero which took part in historic raid for Darwin Northern Territory Newsletter October 1977 60. Darwin claim of cowardice codswallop Sunday Mail Nov 30 1980 61. Old faithful in new steel [N.T. News] Jan 30 1981 62 Dick Muddimer talks to bombing witnesses N.T. News Feb 19 1982 63. The anniversary of Bombing of Darwin N.T. News Feb 19-20 1982 64. Aborigines we owe to their war effort N.T. News Jan 5 1985 65. An administrative nightmare : aboriginal conscription 1965-1972 Aboriginal History v. 13, 1-2 1989 66. There was no drunken rampage dispelling the bombing myths N.T. News Feb 19 1990 67. Black digger says back-pay is too little, too late Land Rights News July 1991 68. Darwins days of death Herald-Sun Oct 11, 1991 69. NT farmers dice with bomb death Sunday Territorian Nov 1 1992 70. Hunt for forgotten veterans N.T. News Jan 2 1993 71. No sign today of 3rd brigade N.T. News Aug 14 1993. 72. Gongs for our unsung heroes Sydney Morning Herald April 20 1994 73. Corporal who stayed behind N.T. News April 23 1994 74. Plaque unveiled in honor of diggers N.T. News May 23 1994 75. War heroine to visit NT N.T. News May 27 1994. 76.Darwin war hero pilot dies at 84 N.T. News Aug. 11 1994 77. Maurice gets a slice of history N.T. News Aug 12 1994 78. WWII wreck hits dry land N.T. News Aug 27 1994 79. Bomber found after 50 years N.T. News Aug 30 1994 80. Bomber Betsy find a beauty N.T. News Sept 3 1994 81. Civilian war medal for NT man Bill honoured for work on railway N.T. News Nov 28 1994 82. Little Aussie Fuhrer The Sun-Herald Jan 14 1996 83. Valiant defenders reunite in Darwin [ Navy News July 15 1996 84. Vets on history mission N.T. News Nov 5 1994 85. Emotional banner handover Litchfield Times Feb 25 2004 86. A wartime nurse of distinction The Age Dec 26 1997 87. The Japs were at tree level grinning down at us Unreferenced 88. Australias greatest shame Darwin scandal smears Digger record Sun Magazine no date.
  • 89. Loosening the bonds, Britain, Australia and the Second World War by David Day in S2History TodayS3 February 1988.
  • V. 2. Battle of Australia 50th Anniversary: 1. Bomb horror recalled NT News July 18 1991. 2. Epic trek was no big thing: heroine Sunday Territorian Nov 17 1991. 3. Humpty Doo year 7s become part of an old diggers family Litchfield Times Nov 21 1991. 4. Obviously, its a mistake Courier Mail Dec 7 1991. 5. Historical bomb fragments provide vivid war memory {N.T. News December 1991} needs checking. 6. US war veteran back from grave NT News Dec 7 1991. 7. History comes alive NT News Jan 24 1992. 8. Military sites motor rally NT News Jan 25 1992. 9. Peary open to public NT News Jan 25 1992. 10. Forgotten heroes of Darwin The SMH Jan 25 1992. 11. Uniforms in war exhibit NT News Jan 27 1992. 12. Pentagon probes ships violence NT News Jan 29 1992. 13. A time to remember NT News Jan 30 1992. 14. Hell trip to escape Japanese bombers The Albert and Logan News Jan 31 1992. 15. Proud sergeant made his mark NT News Jan 31 1992. 16. Boom fails to boost city N News Feb 1 1992. 17. Bombing brought to life NT News Feb 1 1992. 18. Badges tell of NT war efforts NT News Feb 6 1992. 19. Historical NT Trail launched NT News Feb 6 1992. 20. Historical trails lead to Territorys heritage Centralian Advocate Feb 6 1992. 21. Old diggers get VIP treatment Centralian Advocate Feb 6 1992. 22. Stamps show war NT News Feb 11 1992. 23. Display at bank NT News Feb 12 1992. 24. Electra back fighting fit
  • NT News Feb 14 1992. 25. Council to stop work at grave site NT News Feb 14 1992. 26. Bombing tale told in fiction NT News Feb 14 1992. 27. Book tells heroic tale of war trek NT News Feb 14 1992. 28. Get into gear for WW11 sites rally NT News Feb 15 1992. 29. War evacuees return NT News Feb 15 1992. 30.Dead sailor returns Australasian Post Feb 15 1992. 31. Terry says it with a song NT News Feb 16 1992. 32. The Battle of Australia Sunday Territorian Feb 16 1992. 33. Wartime residents return 50 years on NT New Feb 17 1992. 34. Special flight for returning veterans NT News 18 Feb 1992. 35. The Battle of Australia NT News Feb 18 1992. 36. Nation urged to remember NT News Feb 18 1992. 37. Darwin defence remains worry NT News Feb 18 1992. 38. Warm welcome to Darwin defenders The Age Feb 18 1992. 39. Darwin: history in the making The Age Feb 18 1992. 40. The Aussie Pearl Harbour The Bulletin Feb 18 1992. 41. Nation honours war dead NT News Feb 19 1992. 42. Bombing of Darwin NT News Feb 19 1992. 43. Pay respects (editorial) NT News Feb 19 1992. 44. Japanese remorseful over wartime atrocities NT News Feb 19 1992. 45. 7000 remember NT News Feb 20 1992. 46. War site neglected NT News Feb 21 1992. 47. Enjoy war memories NT News Feb 22 1992. 48. Police officer tells all Sunday Territorian Feb 23 1992. 49. Bank display impresses NT News Feb 22 1992. 50. NTU display well received NT News Feb 26 1992. 51. Region played wartime role
  • NT News Feb 26 1992. 52. Eight revisit war sites NT News Feb 26 1992. 53. Plaque signifies role NT News Feb 29 1992. 54. 5000 tipped for war days NT News Feb 29 1992. 55. Big demand for wartime footage NT News March 2 1992. 56. Letters to The editor
  • NT News March 7 1992. 57. War tunnels lure tourists NT News March 7 1992. 58. Batchelors big day Litchfield Times March 12 1992. 59. Artist captures navy life NT News March 12 1992. 60. Veterans, civilians relive Darwin 1942 NT News March 14 1992. 61. Railway display opens Sunday NT News March 20 1992. 62. Memorial helpers honoured NT News Mar 20 1992. 63. Lessons for fun, peace and history Sunday Territorian March 22 1992. 64. Veterans return NT News May 6 1992. 65. It happened 50 years ago Wings June 1992. 66. Digger killed in bomb raid NT News June 20 1992. 67. Quilt recalls Territory at war NT News August 11 1992. 68. Army vets return to town Katherine Times Sept 23 1992. 69. Gunner back to retrace days of war NT News Sept 24 1992. 70. Enlightening walk down memory lane NT News Sept 30 1992. 71. Bombing buff keen NT News Oct 10 1992. 72. Memorial team not forgotten NT News Nov 7 1992. 73. Darwin remembers NT News Nov 12 1992. 74. Japan group: were sorry NT News Nov 17 1992. 75. Popular swimming spot also has wartime heritage NT News undated. 76. Battle of the Coral Sea
  • West Australian May 2 1992, Australian May 2-3 1992. 77. World War Two to be remembered in the Territory 1991, no source. Official material used during year long celebrations 78. 1992 Commemorative Programme 50th anniversary of the bombing of Darwin military history and heritage sites CCNT for S2FrontlineS3 1991. 79. Letter from S2The White HouseS3 Jan 16 1992. 80. S2Battle of AustraliaS3 NTU Display No. 1 Feb 18 1992. 81. Royal Australian Navy dedicated 19th February 1992 plaque. 82. Wartime Territory National Trust February-April 1992. 83. Australia remembers 1945-1995: In defence of Darwin Aviation Art 19 Aug 1995. 84. S2Battle of AustraliaS3 Northern Territory WW11 military sites 1992 war service memorial year. 85. S2Battle of AustraliaS3 1992 Reunions and Group Visits Feb 1992. 86. S2Battle of AustraliaS3 Official papers including Official public invitation Nov 14 1991. 87. S2Battle of AustraliaS3 WW11 Railway Workers Commemoration Wishart siding (22 Mile) 4-5th July 1992 Program of events. 88. S2Battle of AustraliaS3 Reflections on a Territorys war poetry awards July 27 1992 + Award categories and prizes. 89. S2Battle of AustraliaS3 Asia Month in the Northern Territorys 1992 War Service memorial year calendar Aug 6 1992. 90. S2Battle of AustraliaS3 Events calendar Amendments as at Aug 25 1992. 91. Frontline Oral History Project request form. 92. Catalogue of original works of art limited edition lithographs &​ preliminary sketches all relating to S2Bombs over DarwinS3 depicting the events of February 19, 1942. 93. Letter addressed to Roger Teague re the memorial plaque erected by Coomalie people 1/​3/​1992. 94. 1992 the 50th memorial year to North Australias war and commemoration of the bombing of Darwin revised 17th April 1991.Extra newspaper clippings 95. War efforts recognised + Wartime tunnel opened N.T. News no date. 96. Gun brings back memories N.T. News no date. 97.Newspaper articles re Merv Ogram who served in 70th Australian Mobile Search Light Battery from late 1942-1945. 98. Letter from Mr. A. Hampshire addressed to then Chief Minister Marshall Peron in response to query re buoys not dated. 99. Line of fire Battle of Australia sound, light and fireworks spectacular East Point Gun Turret Saturday June 6 1992. 100. They flew for the King aviation combat paintings of Australian airmen during World War II. Each painting in the unique collection is signed by the pilot June 16 1992.
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