Ill-fated team of Coastwatchers on the U.S. Submarine DACE, about to be landed at night on beach near Hollandia, New Guinea. They were ambushed and all killed. 1944, World War II

Ill-fated team of Coastwatchers on the U.S. Submarine DACE, about to be landed at night on beach near Hollandia, New Guinea. They were ambushed, and all killed shortly after landing. Back Row: Private (Pte) Phil Jeune, Lieutenant (Lt) Ray Webber, Captain G.c. (Blue) Harris, Pte Jack Bunning, Gregory Shortis, Sergeant (Sgt) Launcelot (Nei Interpreter), Sgt Ron (Percy) Cream (Developed Malaria and Stayed on Board); Front Row: Private Mariba, Sgt Yali, Able Seaman Julius Mcnicol,dsm, Sgt Buka, Sgt Mas. (Donor J. Shortis) (Another Copy, From the Naval Historical Collection, Formerly at Y014/02/02)

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