Alternative Name(s): Button

It was made circa 1966 - 1967 and used in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, circa 1966 - 1967. Harold Holt was Australian Prime Minister from January 1966 to December 1967.The badge worn in anti-Vietnam war demonstrations to express dissatisfaction with Harold Holt's pro-war policies. The donor, Gordon McQuilten, was a non-religious conscientious objector and one of the first to win his case.

Physical Description

Round badge. Yellow with black print. Laminated, pin across back. Thin gold coloured plating on back has been scratched by the pin.

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