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The Dorrigo War Memorial was originally erected to commemorate those who died in service or were killed in action during World War One. The names of those who died iin service or were killed in action during World War Two were added to the memorial at a later date. The memorial was rededicated on ANZAC Day 1998.

On Saturday afternoon the soldiers memorial was unveiled by General Cox in the presence of a large crowd. The stone is inscribed with the names of 41 men who laid down their lives in the late war and states that Dorrigo's contribution of men to the war was 461.
The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW), 20th April 1921


Address:Hickory & Cudgery Streets, Dorrigo, 2453
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -30.340077
Long: 152.71183
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Monument
Monument Theme:Conflict


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Saturday 16th April, 1921
Front Inscription

     In Honour
And Grateful Memory
     Of The Men
Who In The Great War

Gave Their Lives That We Might Live.
"Lest We Forget"

Re-dedicated By The
Dorrigo Community
   25 April 1998

   Erected By
The Residents Of

Left Side Inscription
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Back Inscription

For King and Empire.

1914 - 1919

Dorrigo's Contribution To The Great War.
460 men, 1 nurse.

Heroes Of The 1939 - 45 War
Who Paid The
Supreme Sacrifice.

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Right Side Inscription
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Source: MA,SKP
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