The 30th Battalion was an infantry battalion of the Australian Army. It was originally formed in For other uses, see Battalion (Australia). Colours : Purple and Gold.
The salute was taken by Lt Col F.G. Galleghan, commander AIF POW's, who organised the parade. Shown in photo left, members of 2 / 30 Infantry Battalion.
The 2 / 30th Battalion was an infantry battalion of the Australian Army that served during World War II. Raised in late 1940 as part of the all volunteer Second History · Battle honours · Commanding officers · Notes. 2/33rd Battalion (Australia) Top # 5 Facts The salute was taken by Lt Col. A series of advances followed as the Allies gained momentum, pushing their way through the Hindenburg Line defences around the Somme. Loftus, New South Wales: Australian Military History Publications. Quentin Canalwhich saw a 2/30th Battalion (Australia) Australian and American force breach the Hindenburg Line. Tell your friends about Wikiwand! The battalion spent the next three-and-a-half years as prisoners of war. Military History Section staff biographies.