Scene of one of the first Japanese landings, Milne Bay, with beached invasion barges
|Title||Scene of one of the first Japanese landings, Milne Bay, with beached invasion barges|
|Place made||New Guinea: Papua New Guinea, Papua, Milne Bay|
|Date made||October 1942|
|Medium||watercolour on paper|
|Measurement||Overall: 27.9 x 38.1 cm|
Scene of two partially destroyed Japanese landing barges listing in the water, with trees and a low mountain range in the background. Dargie noted, "These barges were strafed by Australian Kittyhawks and bombed by American B17's were a desolate sight as they rusted by the shattered strip of coconut palms where the Japanese had established one of their main supply dumps".