Attack on Sydney Harbour; Part of the Axis naval activity in Australian waters during World War II: A Japanese Ko-hyoteki class midget submarine, believed to be midget No. 14, is raised from Sydney Harbour the day after the modna-agencija.infoon: Sydney Harbour, Sydney, New South .
The next night, 31 May, the Japanese ‘mother ships’, I, I and I dispersed in an arc formation outside the harbour entrance before each of them released a two man midget submarine, precipitating what came to be referred to by some as ‘the battle of Sydney’.
M24 Japanese Midget Submarine wreck site is a heritage-listed former midget submarine and now archaeological site located in unincorporated waters off Sydney's Northern Beaches in New South Wales, modna-agencija.info Ko-hyoteki-class midget submarine (also known as a Type A midget submarine) was designed by the Japanese Imperial Navy and built from to by Kure Naval Yard or Ourazaki Location: Unincorporated waters off Sydney's Northern .
Like all shipwrecks the M24 has a fascinating story to tell — of the events in Sydney Harbour on the night of 31 May and the early morning of 1 June ; the role of the Japanese midget submarines, and the Japanese submarine campaign along Australia’s eastern seaboard during World War II.