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19-September-2015
19-September-2015

Photographs supplied by Roger Johnson / Bryan Cole

The Arch Of Remembrance commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.

The original Arch of Remembrance was dedicated in 21st November 1926 as Brighton's World War One Memorial. It was designed by J. D. Lyons of Prospect who won a competition run by The Town of Brighton. The original arch was damaged by a storm in 1963 and replaced and dedicated on the 19th April 1964.



 

Location

Address:Esplanade & Jetty Road, Brighton, 5048
State:SA
Area:AUS
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -35.01736
Long: 138.514432
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Details

Monument Type:Monument
Monument Theme:Conflict
Sub-Theme:Multiple
Monument Manufacturer:J. D. Lyons

Dedication

Actual Monument Dedication Date:Sunday 21st November, 1926
Front Inscription

1939                                      1945

      ARCH OF REMEMBRANCE

                                      

 

Left Side Inscription

1914 

OUR HEROES

[ Names ]

 

 

Back Inscription

Korea
1950 -1953

Vietnam
1962 - 1973

Malaya
1945 - 1960

Malaysia
1964 - 1965

Borneo
1962 - 1966

Right Side Inscription

1919

OUR HEROES

[ Names ]

Plaque : 

THIS ARCH OF REMEMBRANCE WAS 
DEDICATED ON 19 APRIL 1964 AND 
REPLACES A SIMILAR STRUCTURE  
ERECTED IN 1926 AND DESTROYED 
BY STORM ON MAY 26 1963

 

Source: MA,TOH
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