The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, lives on today, and is remembered in President Franklin Roosevelt’s description, in his address to Congress, as the ‘Day of Infamy’. Six weeks later the Japanese also launched an aerial attack on the northern Australia port city of Darwin. In which attack did the Japanese drop more bombs?

Answer: Darwin.

Source: The Australian War Museum; General Historical Texts

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