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Narembeen War Memorial commemorates 28 fallen of both World Wars.

The Narembeen War Memorial was erected through the proceeds of the sale of crops on 100 acres of land leased from the Road Board by the Narembeen Sub-Branch of the Sailors, Soldiers and Airmen Fathers' Association of Australia. The granite obelisk was erected carrying a book of remembrance containing the names of residents who paid the supreme sacrfifice. The memorial was unveiled on the 1st May 1949 by the President of the Sub-Branch, Mr. G.H.Smith  with an inspiring address given by the member for the district Mr.C.Perkins M.L.A.
The West Australian, 4th May 1949.

Location

Address:Latham Road & Longhurst Street, Memorial Park, Narembeen, 6369
State:WA
Area:AUS
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -32.066736
Long: 118.394694
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Details

Monument Type:Monument
Monument Theme:Conflict
Sub-Theme:Multiple

Dedication

Actual Monument Dedication Date:Sunday 1st May, 1949
Front Inscription

 1914    1918

 

(names)

Back Inscription

TO THE MEMORY OF THE FALLEN

Lest We Forget

(names)

Source: SKP, MA
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