The Ghosts Of Roebuck Bay: The 1942 Bombing Of Broome And It's Tragic Aftermath




      The Ghosts Of Roebuck Bay: The 1942 Bombing Of Broome And It's Tragic Aftermath
The Japanese attack on Broome is the second most deadliest air raid on Australian soil in our history and yet it s almost entirely overlooked On 3 March 1942, nine Japanese Zero planes strafed the small town planning to destroy the aerodrome and American planes With no notice, the townsfolk could only put up minimal opposition and in an attack that lasted only an hour, almost one hundred men, woman and children lost their lives Not a single operational aircraft remained in Broome, but the shocking loss of human life can never be truly calculated The Ghosts Of Roebuck Bay tells the story of this tragedy, shining light on a story that has slipped through the cracks of history A captivating tale of refugees and soldiers, of reputations made and lost, of survival and spirit that resonates to today. Free Read [ The Ghosts Of Roebuck Bay: The 1942 Bombing Of Broome And It's Tragic Aftermath ] author [ Ian Winton Shaw ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 304 pages
  • The Ghosts Of Roebuck Bay: The 1942 Bombing Of Broome And It's Tragic Aftermath
  • Ian Winton Shaw
  • English
  • 01 November 2019
  • 1742612369

10 thoughts on “ The Ghosts Of Roebuck Bay: The 1942 Bombing Of Broome And It's Tragic Aftermath

  1. Jeff Patchett says:

    The Ghosts of Roebuck Bay, is a view into the tragic past of how war came to the isolated town of Broome Untaught history, when I was at school An insight into how people react under exceptional circumstances How did I visit these places in the seventies and not no.

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