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Australia's worst maritime disaster remembered - 'Montevideo Maru' sunk 1/7/1942

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Old 1st July 2009, 09:21
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Australia's worst maritime disaster remembered - 'Montevideo Maru' sunk 1/7/1942

Very poignant anniversary, 67 years since the ship carrying Australian POW's was sunk with the loss of 1053 lives....

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