Attack on Broome
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The town of Broome, Western Australia was attacked by Japanese fighter planes on 3 March 1942, during World War II. At least 88 people were killed. Although Broome was a small pearling port at the time, it was also a refuelling point for aircraft, on route between the Netherlands East Indies and major Australian cities. As a result, Broome was on a line of flight for Dutch and other refugees, following the Japanese invasion of Java, and had become a significant Allied military base. During a two-week period in FebruaryMarch 1942, more than 8,000 refugees from the Dutch East Indies u2014 many of them in flying boats, which often served as airliners at the time u2014 passed through Broome.
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