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German Trophies
German Trophies

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Captured German Trophies from World War One were re-dedicated in 2002 to commemorate all who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved..

A five-point-nine howitzer arrived in Rosewood on the 27th July 1922 as an additional war trophy allotted to the district. The gun is an imposing spectacle and Rosewood is fortunate in securing such a fine trophy. The howitzer at present stands close to the entrance of the railway station.
Queensland Times (Ipswich), 31st July 1922.



Address:Mill Street, ANZAC Park , Rosewood, 4340
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -27.644022
Long: 152.591059
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Technology
Monument Theme:Conflict


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Saturday 27th July, 2002
Front Inscription

These captured trophies from World War I
were rededicated back to the town
          of Rosewood
       on 27th July 2002.
The blessing was performed by
        Fr Charles Casey
and unveiled by original Dungaree
        Eric Abraham.

Source: MA
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