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Originally known as the West Guildford Soldiers' Memorial, and located on the corner of Wilson Street and Perth Road, the memorial was officially dedicated on

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The WRANS memorial at HMAS Harman was dedicated on 1 July 2003 on the 60th anniversary of the commissioning of HMAS Harman. It is appropriate that it is located

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The sailor answering his nation's call
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The Memorial sailor is wearing the uniform of the Second World War. He represents both officers and sailors who fought the war at sea. He also represents the

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A bronze sculpture comprising three figures surmounts the memorial. Seated at centre is "Winged Victory" with sword. A partly armoured figure bearing a palm

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The Swimming Pool was built to provide lessons for children and a cool, safe swimming place over the hot summers in Urana.  The RSL contributed money and

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Every Remembrance Day the community gather at the Cenotaph in MacKnight Park to remember and honour all who have fallen in wars, conflicts and peacekeeping both

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Every Anzac Day the community gather in MacKnight Park for the March to the Soldiers' Memorial Hall. The March is led by the son of a veteran as flagbearer

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Australian Army Nurses memorial World War I
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This memorial was created by the Prentice family to commemorate the nurses who died during World War I and, in particular, a member of their family Louise

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IN LOVING MEMORY OF

CAPT. FREDERICK WILBERFORCE ALEXANDER STEELE

7TH ROYAL FUSILIERS

BORN AT MELBOURNE 12TH SEPT. 1885 - KILLED IN ACTION IN FRANCE 26TH OCT.

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TO THE GLORY OF GOD

AND IN THE MEMORY OF OLD BOYS OF THE

CATHEDRAL CHOIR WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES

FOR THE EMPIRE IN THE GREAT WAR 1914 - 1918

LEST WE FORGET

       

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The Honour Board commemorates the eight former Cathedral choirboys 

WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES FOR FREEDOM IN THE SECOND WORLD WAR 1939 - 45

“THEY WENT WITH SONGS TO

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Gatton Congregational Church Roll of Honour, honours those connected with the church who served in World War One and World War Two. 

The names listed on the