Aboriginal Servicemen & Women Print Page
Plaque pays tribute to aboriginal people who served in conflict.
In war, many Indigenous soldiers found a camaraderie and respect which crossed cultural boundaries. But even to be allowed to serve in conflicts up to the 1960s, they were forced to denounce their Aboriginality and were paid less than their European counterparts. Until recently their service to their country in wartime was largely unrecognised.
|Address:||High & Swanbourne Streets, War Memorial, Monument Hill, Fremantle, 6160|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -32.052583|
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
|Actual Monument Dedication Date:||Sunday 1st July, 2001|
In Memory Of
The Aboriginal Servicemen And Women
Who Have Served Their Country
In This Hour Of Need
Since The Boer War (1901)
In So Doing
They Helped Build A Nation.
His Excellency Lieutenant General John Sanderson
Governor Of Western Australia