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Document - Record of Life in Camp 1A and 1 B

From the Collection of Tatura Irrigation & Wartime Camps Museum 49 Hogan Street Tatura VIC

a 35 page record in a plastic folder, clear plastic front and 3 cm black margin left hand side extending to the back cover. Some of the content headlines or places are Orange, Tatura, Long Bay, Melbourne, South Australia. A map and 19 towns of WA, Northern Territory, New Guinea. Reg No is the translation as is the "Tatura Song" written by H. Sturzenhofecker to the melody good cheer comrades, on the horse and Mr Otto Herbst being awarded a certificate commanding of yachts.
L 34 cm x W 24 cm
Object Registration
otto herbst, h. sturzenhofecker, camp 1a and 1b
Historical information
Life in an internment camp
When Made
Inscriptions & Markings
Written in German "Verzeuhnis Alter Internieiten De Sannellagers Tatura (1A and B) Von 5 Juni - 15 December 1940
Last updated
12 Jun 2018 at 1:15PM