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A bronze plaque with engraved lettering, attached on a wooden base. At the top of the plaque is the British Commonwealth Occupation Force (B.C.O.F.) insignia. At the bottom of the plaque there is a small bronze plate with the details of the unveiling.
The memorial is on the inside left wall of the church.
1945 [insignia] 1952
British Commonwealth Occupation Force
Australian Contingent (B.C.O.F.)
The first Australian force to occupy the homeland of a former adversary Japan
IN MEMORY TO ALL THOSE WHO SERVED
To the Glory of God
Presented by B.C.O.F. Assoc N.S.W. Inc
Unveiled in the Presence of His Excellency Rear Admiral Peter Sinclair AC. Governor of New South Wales
8 August 1993
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