Part 1 contains:
A brief overview of the Japanese midget submarine attack on Sydney Harbour just after the commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the attack in May 2012
The impact of the attacks on the nation and on the civilian population
Pearl Harbour and the link to the Japanese submarine attack on Sydney Harbour
The Japanese advance through the Asia-Pacific region
What did the Japanese intend to achieve through these attacks?
Day to day civilian life and the defence of the Home Front
Crew training and life onboard a Japanese midget submarine
The manoeuverability and stability of the midget submarines
Speaker: Tim Smith, Deputy Director Heritage Branch, NSW Office of Environment and Heritage and NSW State Government Maritime Archaeologist
Interviewer: Interviewer: David Key, Visitor Services Coordinator, Heritage & Portfolios, Meroogal & Western Sydney Portfolio
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