Tuesday Curatorial: Daily life in Albany during World War II

Dates

Tuesday 30 July | 10.30am - 11.30am

Dates
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Cost

Free | Gold coin donations are welcome

Location

Co-op Building

On the Home Front: Daily life in Albany during World War II

While young men signed up for the forces, the rest of Albany’s population was left at home to manage the home front. 

How did they cope with rationing, restrictions, relative isolation and reduced resources? We will examine how the war affected Albany and its residents.

Presented by Malcolm Traill, Research Associate, Museum of the Great Southern.