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Plaque commemorates the Arctic Convoys of World War Two and is dedicated to those who paid the supreme sacrifice.
During World War Two, the convoys to Russia started in 1941 and went on to 1945. They were considered the most arduous of all convoys in World War Two due to enemy action and the sub zero conditions as most of the action took place north of the Arctic Circle. During the four years, 105 ships were sunk and 3000 men Royal Navy, Merchant Navy, American Marine and auxiliary services lost their lives.
|Address:||High & Swanbourne Streets, Monument Hill, Fremantle, 6160|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -32.0525|
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
|Actual Event STart Date:||03-September-1939|
|Actual Event End Date:||15-August-1945|
1941 - 1945
Scapa Flow/ Loch Ewe/ Reykjavik/ Seydisfiord
Barents Sea / Murmansk/ Archangel/ Polyarnoe
In memory of the 2773 Men of The Royal and Merchant Navies who paid the Supreme Sacrifice defending the Arctic Convoys through to Russia in WWII
They have no known graves