Document: Get a Haircut!

By courtesy of Colin Jones, published August 1999


In November 1912 Captain Hughes-Onslow, Second Naval Member of the Australian Naval Board, inspected the Royal Australian Navy’s Williamstown Naval Depot. Although generally satisfied with what he found he was critical of a number of aspects of the base and its personnel. His greatest concern was the length of the men’s hair which he demanded be cut appropriately.

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Filed under: Other (Twentieth C) | Indian Ocean
Subjects include: Administration | Navies

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