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India

Rats of Tobruk Association, Inc, Victoria

Contact
Open Hours
  • Meetings are Fourth Friday of Month at 10:30am. Secretary Mr Reg Lawrence to be advised of attendance by email, no later than five (5) days before Meeting, on his email boforsgarden@hotmail.com
Approximate Membership
  • Originally approx 4300, Currently approx 30
Membership Cost
  • Restricted Membership
Newsletter
  • THN (Tobruk House News)
Founded
  • 1945

 

The Rats of Tobruk Association, Inc, Victoria was formed in September, 1945.

Projects

Education of School Children

Interests

Descendants, Relatives and other Interested Persons or Organisations who may have an interest in the Famous Rats of Tobruk.

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Open Hours
  • Office opening hours are Monday - Friday, 9am till 5pm.
Membership Cost
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Magazine/Journal
  • N/A
Newsletter
  • Email newsletter - Monthly
Founded
  • 1992

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