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Record of Conduct and Service (Stanley Robert Mudie)

From the Collection of Victoria Police Museum Mezzanine Level World Trade Centre Siddeley Street Docklands Victoria

Official document
world war 1, 1914-1918; victoria police; mudie, stanley robert 5584
Historical information
When the First World War broke out, Australian men from all backgrounds and professions were called to serve their country.  Members of the Victorian Police force were some of the first to answer the call with twenty men joining the first convoy of soldiers who left Australian shores in October 1914. Over the course of four long years, one hundred and thirty-eight Victorian Police enlisted from stations across the state. Of these, twenty-seven lost their lives. Whilst the fate of each man was different, a deep commitment to protecting and serving the public was common to all.

Victoria Police service: Joined 01/12/1910; Leave of absence October 1916; Resumed duties 01/04/1919; Retired 17/06/1950; Highest rank: Inspecting Superintendent

WW1 service: Enlisted 19 October 1916; Highest rank: Driver; Regiment: 4th Australian Divisional Train; Fate: Returned to Australia 2 January 1919; Medals: 1914/1915 Star, British War and Victoria Medals
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7 Jan 2019 at 10:55AM