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ST. JOHNS AMBULANCE BADGE

Overview

A circular bronze and black coloured badge, with an extended curved strip along the base. The middle is enamelled black with a bronze coloured cross made from four arrow point shaped triangles with the top tips of each triangle meeting in the middle. Betw

Historical information

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This St John Ambulance badge with case was worn by Miss Carmen Lorenz, a member of the Armadale Women’s Emergency Corps (AWEC) which operated in the local area from 1941-1945. AWEC was formed by Constable Denzil Roy Fletcher (based at the Armadale

Details

Details

Registration number
cwa-org-33-COA2019.32B
City of Armadale - History House

City of Armadale - History House

Organisation Details
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