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War Memorials and Honour Rolls in the State of New South Wales, Australia.
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Delegate War Memorial, in south eastern New South Wales - near the Victorian border. It is of interest that a famous "Recruitment March" called 'The Men From Snowy River' started from this point in early 1916. It finished in Goulburn, New South Wales and many of it's recruits ended up serving in the 55th Infantry Battalion, AIF during World War One.
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The Gundagai War Memorial sits at the far end (eastern end) of the main street (Sheridan Street) of Gundagai township. If travelling on the Hume Highway between Sydney and Melbourne, you must leave the Hume and deviate into the town of Gundagai itself. A stone, dedicating the war memorial was laid in May, 1928 by Major General C.F. COX D.S.O, V.D. and the memorial records the names of all of the servicemen and women who enlisted from the Gundagai District in the Great War of 1914-1918, the Second World War, Korea and Vietnam.
Hillgrove War Memorial
The Hillgrove War Memorial consists of a large granite boulder, upon which a commemorative plaque is laid. Located in a lovely 'garden' setting, this memorial serves the small local community as a point of remembrance each Anzac Day.
IMAGE COURTESY OF Janelle McFARLANE