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File:HMAS Canberra sailing into Sydney Harbour in 1930.jpg

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HMAS Canberra sailing into Sydney Harbour (under the then under-construction Harbour Bridge) in 1930.

Date 1930
Source downloaded from Australian War Memorial online collection.
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Originally uploaded to en Wikipedia by en:User:Kralizec! 18 April 2005
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