Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visiting a memorial to the Imperial Japanese Navy’s I-124 submarine, which sank in 1942 off the Northern Territory city of Darwin, Australia on November 17, 2018. Photo: Reuters Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visiting a memorial to the Imperial Japanese Navy’s I-124 submarine, which sank in 1942 off the Northern Territory city of Darwin, Australia on November 17, 2018. Photo: Reuters
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visiting a memorial to the Imperial Japanese Navy’s I-124 submarine, which sank in 1942 off the Northern Territory city of Darwin, Australia on November 17, 2018. Photo: Reuters

Abe visits shrine in Australia for second world war Japanese submarine crew

  • Imperial sub was sunk off the coast of Darwin in 1942 while laying mines for allied shipping

Topic |   Legacy of war in Asia
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visiting a memorial to the Imperial Japanese Navy’s I-124 submarine, which sank in 1942 off the Northern Territory city of Darwin, Australia on November 17, 2018. Photo: Reuters Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visiting a memorial to the Imperial Japanese Navy’s I-124 submarine, which sank in 1942 off the Northern Territory city of Darwin, Australia on November 17, 2018. Photo: Reuters
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visiting a memorial to the Imperial Japanese Navy’s I-124 submarine, which sank in 1942 off the Northern Territory city of Darwin, Australia on November 17, 2018. Photo: Reuters
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