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This theory stems from the various rumours spreading after Centaur ' s sinking. If Centaur had been in breach of the Hague Convention of , and someone had informed the Japanese of this, I may have been under valid orders to attack.
Similar but later rumours included that during her first voyage, Centaur had transported soldiers to New Guinea, or Japanese prisoners of war back to Australia for interrogation, and consequently had been marked as a legitimate target by the Japanese. This theory states that Nakagawa was unaware that the vessel he was attacking was a hospital ship, and that the sinking was an unfortunate accident.
When compared to the other contemporary Australian hospital ships , Centaur was the smallest, approximately a third of the size of Manunda or Wanganella. This theory states that Nakagawa was fully aware that his target was a hospital ship and decided to sink her regardless, either on his own initiative or on a poor interpretation of his orders.
In February , while in command of I , Nakagawa ordered the machine-gunning of survivors from three British merchant vessels torpedoed by his submarine British Chivalry , on 22 February; Sutlej , on 24 February; and Ascott , on 29 February. It was believed that she had sunk off the edge of the continental shelf, to a depth at which the Royal Australian Navy did not have the capability to search for a vessel of Centaur ' s size.
Several points were incorrectly identified as the location where Centaur sank. Over the next eight years, there was growing doubt about the position of Dennis' wreck, due to the distance from both Second Officer Rippon's calculation of the point of sinking and where USS Mugford found the survivors.
On the 60th anniversary of the sinking, 60 Minutes ran a story demonstrating that the wreck was not Centaur. Six sonar targets with similar dimensions to Centaur were located between 15 and 18 December: In , Queensland nurses established the "Centaur Memorial Fund for Nurses" which used the money raised to purchase an establishment and name it "Centaur House"; a facility supporting nurses by holding convivial meetings and providing inexpensive accommodation for out-of-town nurses.
A memorial to Centaur was unveiled at Point Danger, Coolangatta, Queensland on 14 May , the 50th anniversary of the sinking. The memorial is surrounded by a park with a boardwalk, overlooking the sea, with plaques for other Merchant Navy and Royal Australian Navy vessels lost during World War II. A memorial plaque was laid on the foredeck of Centaur on 12 January , during the fourth and final ROV dive on the hospital ship. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. AHS Centaur following her conversion to a hospital ship.
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