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War Memorials and Honour Rolls in the State of New South Wales, Australia.
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Aberdeen War Memorial
Aberdeen is a small town in the upper Hunter Valley region of New South Wales, Situated on the New England Highway it is the southern entrance to the Upper Hunter Shire. Its population is almost 2,000.
This R.S.S & A.I.L.A. Memorial was unveiled by Councillor W.A. (Bill) Bishop. The then President of Scone Shire Council on 24th April 1960.
IMAGE COURTESY OF Harry WILLEY
Armidale War Memorial
The War Memorial at Armidale, New South Wales. This memorial incorporates a fountain and was originally constructed to commemorate the men who enlisted from Armidale and the surrounding district.
IMAGE COURTESY OF Janelle McFARLANE
The War Memorial at Bemboka, which lies in the Bega Valley on the Snowy Mountains Highway. Approximately 36 kilometres west of Bega (between Bega and Nimmitabel) the village dates back to 1877 and her men who failed to return from the Great War would have been very sorely missed. A photograph of this memorial actually stands in one of the corridors of the Australian War Memorial in Canberra as an example of a country war memorial.