Military Genealogy at the Royal United Services Institute of Victoria
On Thursday August 2 at 12.00 pm – 1.00 pm at the GSV, Major General (Ret’d) Michael O’Brien will give an insight into the extensive collection of military genealogy that is held at the library at Victoria Barracks- a real treasure trove of information to be explored.
Mike is a committed community activist and a believer in a fair go. He is an experienced manager and company director, has run an iconic Melbourne antiquarian bookstore for 17 years and is an advocate for small business as the main engine that drives our economy. He had an extensive military career but balanced it with directorships of a listed company and a non-bank financial institution. He has tertiary qualifications in Science and Management. He has lectured around the world on cruise ships for 10 years gaining an enviable number of days at sea, an excellent remedy for a former Infantryman. He writes local history and believes our built heritage should be highly valued.
This is a great opportunity to find out about this lesser-known archive of material, that could hold just the link you need for your own research.
Bookings are essential – you can book HERE
Cost $5 GSV members, $20 non-members, $15 CAV, RHSV, FHC members.
Post expires at 11:02am on Thursday 30 August 2018