First entry of the Royal Australian Navy’s Fleet into Sydney in 1913. Courtesy of Sea Power Centre – Australia.
The following videos produced by the Royal Australian Navy and other organisations are of historical significance to the RAN.
The International Fleet Review was held to commemorate the centenary of the first entry of the Royal Australian Navy Fleet into Sydney which occurred on 4 October 1913. The International […]
This report on submarine AE2, lost just days after the ANZACs attacked the Dardanelles in 1915 provides images of the wreck taken during an expedition to the wreck led by […]
Who’s Who in Naval History: from 1550 to the Present By Alastair Wilson and Joseph F. Callo Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group, Oxon, 2004. Reviewed by LCDR Glen Kerr, RAN […]
The Story of Captain William Bligh, seaman, navigator, surveyor and of the BOUNTY mutineers State Library of New South Wales 1991, Five authors, plates in col & b&w, Ind, 104 […]
HMAS Sydney (III) in her configuration as a Fast Troop Transport undertook numerous voyages to Vietnam between 1965-1972. This short video records the voyage undertaken between 15 November 1969 – […]