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A monument commemorates the men from Carnamah who died in service or were killed in action in World War One, and those from Carnamah and Coorow who died in service or were killed in action in World War Two.

The Memorial was erected by public subscription at a cost of £200 and unveiled by the Chief Secretary , Mr J.L.Drew M.L.C on the 25th April 1929. Mr Drew stated in his address that Carnamah had played a creditable part in the war sending 24 men out its small population. After the unveiling ceremony, Lieutenant Cliff Sadlier VC told the crowd he had come to Carnamah because he wanted to say a few words about Anzac Day. He said the word 'Anzac' was unknown prior to 1915 but it was now sacred to the memory of all Australians.
Geraldton Guardian and Express, 1st May 1929.


Address:Macpherson & Yarra Streets, Carnamah, 6517
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -29.689132
Long: 115.884324
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Monument
Monument Theme:Conflict
Monument Manufacturer:Returned Soldiers Monumental Co (Karrakatta, W.A.)


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Thursday 25th April, 1929
Front Inscription

In Honour Of Those From This District  Who Fell In The Great War

1914 - 1918

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1939 - 1945

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Their Name Liveth For Evermore

Erected By Public Subscription

Source: MA,WMR
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