Burnie War Memorial
Burnie War Memorial
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Dan L
Bunbury, Australia7,596 contributions
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Apr 2022
The War Memorial is but one of a series of memorials in Burnie Park that commemorate service personnel that gave their lives in various conflicts. The War Memorial was dedicated in 1924 in recognition of those from the district who died in service or were killed on the battlefield during WW1. It is an inscribed granite obelisk .Nearby is the 100 Years of ANZAC Memorial, two winged walls commemorating the landings at Gallipoli and dedicated in 2015. The walls also acknowledge past and future conflicts which are not recognised on the Cenotaph. A plaque already affixed is dedicated to Corporal Cameron Baird of Burnie who was killed in action in Afghanistan in 2013. He was the 100th Australian to be awarded a Victoria Cross . A ground level inscribed granite slab also r4ecognises his bravery. The 75th Anniversary of Remembrance Day plaque was dedicated in 2015. The National Service Memorial is dedicated to the 287,000men who undertook National Service 1951 - 1972. An obelisk, Others War Memorial, commemorates those who served in WW11, Korean War, Vietnam War, Malayan Emergency and Indonesian Confrontation and dedicated in 2014
Written 20 May 2022
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