A Kutt above

Updated July 5 2012 - 10:54am, first published June 1 2012 - 6:20am
MINI SUB VICTIM: Historian David Dial at the grave of Leading Stoker Sydney William Butcher.  Pic: CATH BOWEN
MINI SUB VICTIM: Historian David Dial at the grave of Leading Stoker Sydney William Butcher. Pic: CATH BOWEN

On May 31, 1942, three Japanese midget submarines launched an attack on vessels in Sydney Harbour. What followed shook Australia to the core with the audacious attack on the HMAS Kuttabul killing 21 men – including a young man from Weston.

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