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Japanese twin engined bomber

Rubaul - Where beauty and danger cohabit

October 12th 2015
This region of PNG borders on the Solomon Sea and while dotted with beautiful Islands, also has really deep troughs. We sailed over the Triobriand Trough which is 8000 meters deep on our overnight journey from Kitava to Rabaul, a distance of a little under 300 nautical miles. Did we notice the trough? Nope! Finally we turned and sailed down into Rabaul Harbour. The early morning skies had been qu ... read more
Oceania » Papua New Guinea » East New Britain » Rabaul

Papua New Guinean Flag The eastern half of the island of New Guinea - second largest in the world - was divided between Germany (north) and the UK (south) in 1885. The latter area was transferred to Australia in 1902, which occupied the northern portion during World War I ... ... read more
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28th October 2015

Interesting
Leftovers from WWII I find really interesting. Too bad my girlfriend Emma doesn't think the same. Nice of you to show me the photo of this aircraft. Liked it a lot. /Ake
7th November 2015

History
Great stuff! Thanks for sharing

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