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    The 'Bombing Of Darwin' monument in Darwin Northern Territory Australia
    The Bombing Of Darwin - Darwin was attacked 64 times during the war and 243 people lost their lives; it was the only place in Australia to suffer prolonged attack.
    The Japanese air raids on Darwin, Australia, on 19 February 1942 were the largest attacks mounted by a foreign power against Australia to date.
    They were also a significant action in the Pacific campaign of World War II and represented a psychological impact on the Australian population, several weeks after hostilities with Japan had begun.
    The raids were the first of 64 air raids against Australia during 194243.



    The 'Bombing Of Darwin' monument in Darwin Northern Territory Australia