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There's much to be learned here at the Australian National Korean War Memorial, not least that it was the first UN action with multi-nation involvement. Take a little time to read and learn about this unfinished conflict. You will be rewarded.
This is a monument about the Australian National Korean War Memorial. The Australians came to the rescue when North Korea invaded South Korea.
The monument shows a huge obelisk and lots of metal poles where two soldiers are amidst these pools. The soldiers were holding...More
Whilst at first glance this may seem like a bland memorial, there are many different components that give meaning and depth to it. An example is the obelisk, which is a memorial to those with no known grave, while the stainless steel poles represent all...More
This memorial is one of a number (12 or so) memorials along Anzac Parade. The memorial captures the architecture of the 1950s and commemorates those who served in the 'forgotten war'. Worth a visit to learn and remember those who served. But best undertaken with...More
The Korean War is often called the forgotten war. This memorial serves to highlight those forgotten warriors. It is worth taking the time to learn about the symbolism behind the artifacts that comprise this memorial.