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Cornerstone of the Nation: Wilsons Promontory’s role during World War ll – Last Week

January 1, 1970 @ 12:00 am

Called the ‘Cornerstone of the Continent’ by George Bass when he discovered the area in 1798, this exhibition highlights the importance of Wilsons Promontory within the nation’s security during WW ll and its role in the training of selected soldiers for guerrilla warfare.
Foster & District Museum

Old Post Office main street Foster 3960 (next to lnformation centre, Stockyard Gallery & Library)

www.promcountryhistory.org.au email: enquiries@promcountryhistory.org.au for Open days & Times.

21st February to 30th August 2013

Details

Date:
January 1, 1970
Time:
12:00 am

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