Civilian Maimed and Limbless Association

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On a yellow background an illustration of a man in a wheelchair operating a drill at a work station. Text appears above and below the illustration. Beside the illustration of the man appears three torches in a triangle. 

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The Civilian Maimed and Limbless Association was an organization aimed at providing opportunities for the disabled. It was formed in Australia in 1949. Members began a workshop in which they were able to apply a trade in order to learn new skills and obtain wages. The group also conducted fund-raising activities and managed a physical headquarters at English Street in Camperdown, according to a 1955 article. 


Sydney Morning Herald. (1955, December 18). The Work of The Civilian Maimed and Limbless Association. Retrieved January 8, 2024, from  

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