Wartime Welding

During the war, men and women were eager to join up and serve their country. Whether they served overseas, or worked in the land army in Australia or even took on work in a protected industry, everybody did their part.

However, some were not happy playing what they felt was a backseat role. One such man, Peter Huett had no intention of allowing his employment in a protected industry to prevent him taking on a more active role in the Armed Services.

Photo courtesy of the Huett Family Collection

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