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When I walked pass it, I had decided to go for a walk as the area was so quiet and peacefully where people would so wanted to sit down and think about whats in it, just about a war memorial or the beloved one they...More
How many Australians gave their lives to help the British army in World War 1. My UK family served in the field ambulances and I had not appreciated that there were Australians serving serving in the same Royal Army Medical Corp (RAMC)
The memorial stands on a prominent place next to the musea. After having seen The Aznac monument in Alice Springs we realized that many Australians have been fighting wars in Europe and Asia as part of the Common Wealth forces.
Armistice Day yesterday. Service and wreath laying ceremony in morning and another ceremony later in afternoon with about 180 pipers and drummers from Adelaide pipe bands marching through streets of Adelaide.
Stopped by this memorial on a walk about, it quite serene and peaceful even though it’s close to a main road, after seeing the names that were displayed it does make you think how lucky we are. The monument is well kept and clean and...More