- By Nicholas Yong
- BBC News, Singapore
Operation Jaywick was a risky strategy that resulted in among one of the most effective Allied sabotage procedures of World War Two.
It might be the story of an activity flick: send out 14 Australian as well as British task forces as well as team participants hundreds of kilometres from Australia to Japanese- inhabited Singapore, by means of a motorised angling watercraft relabelled the Krait.
Dress the team participants in skirts as well as have them use brownish color in order to work off as Malay anglers. Park the watercraft off Singapore, after that paddle right into Keppel Harbour in retractable canoes under cover of darkness.
Finally, location limpet mines on time-delayed fees on Japanese ships prior to escaping.
The mines were positioned on the evening of 26 September, …