HMAS Sydney. Loss and Controversy

HMAS Sydney. Loss and Controversy


HMAS Sydney Loss and Controversy by T Frame

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HMAS SYDNEY Loss & Controversy' by Tom Frame.

The history of HMAS Sydney with roll of honour of the Ships Company at time of sinking in November 1941. HMAS Sydney was thought to be torpedoed during an engagment with the German Raider HSK Kormoran. During the short but devastating close - range gun battle, both ships suffered mortal damage and later sunk. While more than three hundred German sailors survived not one Australian of the 645 on board Sydney lived to describe their ship's final ordeal - This book explains Why ??

No doubt , one of the most important mysteries within Australian Military history. Even though the actual wreckage has now been found.

November '41 is said to be one of the worst periods for our RAN on the 27th November 1941 HMAS Parramatta was lost in the East Mediterranean. See other book on The Price Of Admiralty History of Parramatta...

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Book Condition:
has a 1st edition review sticker front page
Outer Cover on Book:
Soft Cover
Publication Date:
Special note:
written before discovery of wreckage

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