An Australian government maritime archaeologist appears to have partially unraveled the mystery of how a Japanese midget submarine that attacked Sydney Harbor during World War II finally met its end.

Tim Smith, who led an official investigation of the M24 after its discovery off Australia’s east coast in November 2006, believes he has found the answer to where the Japanese two-man submarine M24 was heading during its final hours.

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