On October 21, 1944 HMAS Australia (II) was deliberately struck in a suicidal attack by a Japanese dive bomber. There is some modern day controversy as to whether or not this was the first true Kamikaze attack of World War II.
Nevertheless, it was devastating - killing 30 and wounding 65.
A couple of years ago I visited the Royal Australian Navy Heritage Centre and saw this:
I came across this gem:
Which of course shows the exact engine from which the museum piece engine cylinder block came.
The 1944 photograph would look good in the RAN Heritage Centre sitting beside the piece.