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The Holy Trinity memorial windows commemorate the men of the Holy Trinity Anglican Parish who died in service or were killed in action during World War One.
Following the end of World War One, in which 101 parishioners gave their lives, new windows were installed as a commemoration in 1922. They were designed in contemporary style by Lucien Dechaineux, principal of the Hobart Technical College, and made by Ashwin & Co, Sydney.
In the lower section of the left-side window, Diggers (Australian soldiers) are shown in sand-bagged trenches, with artillery shells exploding in the near distance. The wounded receiving care from the medical corps are shown in the lower section of the central window. The lower section of the right-side window shows a family receiving sad news about a loved one who has made the ultimate sacrifice during the war. A traditional scene of Christ's Crucifixion, which is the ultimate sacrifice for humanity according to Christian belief, is shown in the central section of the centre window. The Ascension of Christ to heaven is shown in the upper sections of the centre window. Above this is seen the Dove of Peace radiating golden rays of hope, which poignantly represents the "Peace of God which passes all understanding".
The Anglican Church in Tasmania passed ownership of the Holy Trinity Church to the Greek Orthodox Church in October 2007
|Address:||50 Warwick Street, Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, North Hobart, 7000|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -42.876601|
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
|Actual Event STart Date:||04-August-1914|
|Actual Event End Date:||28-June-1919|
|Monument Designer:||Lucien Deshaineux|
|Monument Manufacturer:||Ashwin & Co (Sydney, NSW)|
|Approx. Monument Dedication Date:||1922|
To the greater glory of God and in memory of the men of this parish who gave their lives in the Great War 1914 - 1919