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Midget submarine attack on Sydney 31 May – 1 June 1942
The Coffin Boats: Japanese Midget Submarine Operations in the Second World War
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Attack on Sydney Harbour
On the night of 29 May , five large Japanese submarines positioned themselves 56 kilometres north-east of Sydney Heads. After circling Sydney Harbour the aircraft returned to its submarine, reporting the presence of 'battleships and cruisers' moored in the harbour. The flotilla's commanding officer decided to attack the harbour with midget submarines the next night. The next day the five submarines approached to within 11 kilometres of Sydney Heads, and at about 4.
The Coffin Boats presents an in-depth examination of these three attacks and provides background information on Japanese midget submarines and their pilots. Midget submarines, referred to as special submarines tokushu senkotei in Japanese, were Japan's first tokkotai special attack units since the pilots did not expect to return alive from their missions. Peggy Warner and Sadao Seno, who collaborated with Denis Warner on the book The Sacred Warriors about Japan's kamikaze operations, thoroughly researched this narrow topic of Japanese midget submarines as evidenced by a four-page bibliography of both Japanese and English language sources and by the number of people interviewed who were connected with Japan's use of midget submarines during World War II. The book's first chapter has the story of the capture of midget submarine pilot Kazuo Sakamaki, who became America's first prisoner of war when his submarine ran aground after being released from the mother submarine.