Mudgee Guardian
Friday, 1 December 2023

Mudgee History: Battle against communists

By Roy Cameron Oam
February 10 2017 - 6:00am
New Guard: In November, 1931, 500 citizens from Binnaway and surrounding district met in the town and decided to order an alleged Communist to leave town.
New Guard: In November, 1931, 500 citizens from Binnaway and surrounding district met in the town and decided to order an alleged Communist to leave town.

Extreme measures

The New Guard Movement was formed in Sydney in February, 1931. Like the Old Guard Movement which was still in existence the movement stood for unswerving loyalty to the Crown, all for the British Empire, sane and honourable government throughout Australia.

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