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Northern Territory Soldiers Roll of Honour is a bronze honour board surmounted by a globe on top of which are a lion and a kangaroo. The roll contains the names of soldiers who were killed in action in World War One. A plaque is affixed to the bottom of the board and commemorates all those gave their lives and all who served in World War Two.

A meeting was convened on the 11th January 1918 by Mr Stretton to consider the establishment of a Roll of Honour of Northern Territory Soldiers who had fallen in the Great War. It was decided at the meeting that subscriptions should be limited to five shillings so that every resident may have an opportunity to contribute.
Northern Territory Times and Gazette (Darwin), 12th January 1918.



Address:27 Cavenagh Street, RSL Club, Darwin, 0800
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -12.462463
Long: 130.842866
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Honour Roll
Monument Theme:Conflict


Approx. Monument Dedication Date:1918
Front Inscription

[ Names ]

1914        1918

Roll of Honour 

Northern Territory Soldiers killed in action

Plaque :

In memory of all those who gave their lives, and in appreciation of those who served their King and country in the war of 1939 - 1945

Source: MA,SKP, TOH
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