Nulli Secundus: a volunteer effort

Binkowski, Edyth
October 2006
Indexer;Oct2006, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p125
Academic Journal
From 1950-2001 the Friends of the Second Infantry Battalion of the 2nd AIF (Second Australian Imperial Force) published a magazine, Nulli Secundus ('Second to none'), reporting items of interest to members of the battalion and their families. When the magazine ceased publication a group of volunteers embarked on the task of indexing it. This article tells the story.


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