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War Memorials and Honour Rolls in the State of New South Wales, Australia.

Would you like to see the War Memorial from your local area, represented on this website.  Please forward us a photograph so that the service of these men and women is not forgotten.

Bowraville

The Bowraville War Memorial in the main street of Bowraville (near Coffs Harbour). Please refer to our ARTICLES OF INTEREST web page for the story "Eora Creek - Betsy Manusu's River Of Tears" which details the sacrifice made by the MANUSU family. Two boys out of five sons are posthumously recorded on this memorial. They enlisted into the 2/1st Battalion, AIF on the same day. They were killed in action not far from eachother, at Eora Creek (Kokoda Track) during harsh fighting in 1942. Their war medals are missing - can you help to find their way home to their family?


To read about the MANUSU brothers, please Click Here

Braidwood

Perhaps one of the most photographed of all country war memorials, this particular monument is situated on the Kings Highway - between Canberra and the Far South Coast (Batemans Bay). This memorial is often seen on television documentaries and publications, whenever an image of a "typical" Australian country war memorial is required. However, as with all records of commemoration - there is nothing "typical"about the sacrifice made by the residents of Braidwood and it's surrounding district. The memorial was unveiled on the 5th of June, 1922 and it occupies a prominent position within the township.


Image courtesy of Mark & Jen Croker of Goulburn.

Braidwood War Memorial (side view)

A side view of the Braidwood War Memorial, looking in a southerly direction down the main street of the township.


Image courtesy of Mark & Jen Croker of Goulburn.

Braidwood War Memorial plaque

A plaque on the Braidwood War Memorial, showing the men who made the supreme sacrifice during World War Two.


Image courtesy of Mark & Jen Croker of Goulburn.

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