How SA Helped Save the Nation: Ammunition Production in SA during WWII

This is a companion event to the morning event, 'The History of the Edinburgh Defence Precinct'. The talk shows how the No. 2 Explosives and Filling Factory, Penfield (now Edinburgh) was an important and integral part of the many factories manufacturing ammunition in South Australia during World War II. A walk around the remaining heritage-listed buildings of TNT Section will be conducted. Between the two events, a BBQ lunch may be available and visitors are encouraged to visit the National Military Vehicle Museum (modest cost) between the two presentations.

Bookings essential by phone/email.

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Event Details

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Venue information

  • Bookings required

  • Partial wheelchair access

Event type

Talk/Guided tour

Dates and times

Sun 12 May, 2-4pm

Location

National Military Vehicle Museum, 10 Sturton Rd, Edinburgh

Cost

Free

Booking

Bookings essential by phone/email.

Contact

Antony Bell
8269 4095
militaryvehiclemuseumpro [at] outlook.com

Accessibility information

Disabled Parking is available.

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