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AWM Caption: Azuma Peninsula, Tokyo Bay. September 1945. At the Japanese Arsenal, crew members of HMAS Napier, Able Seaman (AB) Les Coad of Ballarat, Vic, and AB Kevin Sorrenson of Coorparoo, Qld, watch Petty Officer (PO) Allan Mole of Mitcham, SA, chalk a sign that reads "under new management.." on a Japanese midget submarine.
Date 2006-09-08 (original upload date)
Source Transferred from en.wikipedia; transferred to Commons by User:Berichard using CommonsHelper.
Author Original uploader was Nick Dowling at en.wikipedia
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