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Normal waverley war memorial from the powerhouse museum

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Location Waverley Park, Bondi Road, Waverley, New South Wales, Australia
Type Monument
Description

It stands 22 feet high, the base and pedestal are of polished trachyte, surmounted by a figure six feet high in Sicilian marble of an Anzac. Standing out from each of the four corners of the base is a screen, also of pollshed trachyte, on which, as well as on the base and pedestal, will be inscribed the names of those who went to the war. Surrounding the whole is a sandstone kerblng, octagonal in shape.

Built Not yet discovered
Opened 15 December 1918 by SIR RONALD CRAWFORD MUNRO FERGUSON P.C., G.C.M.G., Governor General Of The Commonwealth of Australia
Inscription

This Monument
The Gift Of
C Howard Wood Esquire,
Is Erected In Honour Of
The Citizens Of Waverley, Who Enlisted For Service
In The Great War Of 1914-1918
And Was Unveiled By
His Excellency The Right Honourable
SIR RONALD CRAWFORD
MUNRO FERGUSON P.C., G.C.M.G.,
Governor General Of
The Commonwealth of Australia
On The 15th December 1918.

"LEST WE FORGET."

(Names)

Left Side Inscription
(Names)
Back Inscription
(Additional Names)

Right Side Inscription
Plaque:
This is to remember those who served,
suffered and died in
Korea And Vietnam
(Names)

( Names)

Condition

Good

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