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Title: Spearwood Volunteer Defence Corps, c1943.
Imprint: [Spearwood?] 1943
Notes: Original photo of army group. One copy donated and on display in museum. Also hold copy presented to Lieut. J. Watson.
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Summary: Members of the Volunteer Defence Corps (V.D.C.), Number 2 Battalion, No. 3 Platoon, Spearwood, active between 1941 - 1945. Later known as number 3 platoon of A Company.
Subject: Soldiers -- Cockburn
Soldiers -- Fremantle
World War, 1939-1945 -- Volunteer Defence Corps -- Cockburn
World War, 1939-1945 -- Volunteer Defence Corps -- Fremantle
Cockburn Region (W.A.) -- Spearwood
Spearwood Volunteer Defence Corps, c1943.

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