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Booklet - Conferring of Freedom of Entry to City of Williamstown upon 2 Commando Company

From the Collection of Australian Commando Association (Victoria) The Association does not have a museum or address available to the public. Victoria

Description
12 page (white) rectangular A5 paper booklet, including cardboard cover.
Size
140 by 210 mm.
Object Registration
0110
Keywords
major robin mcbride-freedom of entry-city of williamstown-second commando company-fort gellibrand-mayor of williamstown
Historical information
The booklet gives the order of proceedings for the ceremony, on 1st March 1980, of the conferring of the Freedom of Entry to the City of Williamstown upon Second Commando Company, based at Fort Gellibrand, Williamstown.
Significance
This was the first time the Commando Company had been formally recognised in a traditional ceremony by the city where it was based.
Inscriptions & Markings
Coat of arms of the City of Williamstown on front cover and page 1. Title: "The Conferring of The Freedom of Entry to the City of Williamstown upon Second Commando Company Royal Australian Infantry."
Last updated
3 Mar 2017 at 10:09AM