2020 marks 75 years since the end of the Second World War. To commemorate this important year, the NSW Government interviewed WWII veterans about their experiences. Read our 75th Anniversary Stories.
Timber lychgate with tiled roof at the entrance to Dungog's Christ Church. A dedication plaque is attached to the right support post, and an honour roll for the Second World War is attached to the left post. A Latin cross surmounts the structure.
This War Memorial Was Dedicated By The Right Rev. DeWitt Batty M. A. Bishop of Newcastle March 11. 1951 A. W. Moore ThL. R. D. Rector
A. M. D. C.
And In Loving Memory Of
Alfred Royce Atkins A. I. F.
John Fraser R. A. A. F.
John Thomas Curr A. I. F.
Stanley C. Newton A. I. F.
Aleck Saint-Smith R. A. A. F.
Clifford Wilson R. A. N.
Who Laid Down Their Lives In
The Second World War 1939-1945
|Rank||Given Name||Family Name||Conflict/s||Fate||Service No.||Service||Unit||Campaign||Link|
|P’vt||Alfred||Atkins||World War 2||KIA||AIF||AASC||Ambon||view|
|F/Off||John||Fraser||World War 2||KIA||RAAF||view|
|S/Sgt||John T||Gurr||World War 2||KIA||AIF||2/2nd Inf||view|
|D’vr||Stanley C||Newton||World War 2||KIA||AIF||3rd T’sport||view|
|Alec||Saint-Smith||World War 2||KIA||RAAF||view|
|T’gist||Clifford||Wilson||World War 2||KIA||RAN||Sydney||view|
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