Manildra World War 2 Honour Roll and fountain

Manildra Soldiers Memorial Hall and Honour RollManildra World War 2 Honour Roll and fountainManildra South East Asia Honour Roll
Description

 

A large, rectangular, dark grey stone on which six bronze name plates are attached. The names are grouped under the emblems of the four Armed Services, together with a separate group for “Service Women”. Atop sits a triangular piece with a laurel wreath in the centre. A smaller brass plate for those who served in South East Asia is attached to the large dark grey stone base. The drinking fountain is immediately in front of the plaque. The memorial is located on the front landing of the Soldiers Memorial Hall to one side of the entrance way.

Inscription

 

[on the triangular top piece]
1939  1945

[on the centre plate beneath the RAAF crest]
This Honour Roll and Fountain was presented by Mr and Mrs G H Windus in memory of their son 420419 Flight Sergeant Pilot K N Windus RAAF killed in air operations U.K. November 27th 1943 aged 24 years.

Address
61 Kiewa Street
Soldiers Memorial Hall
Manildra NSW 2865
Location/surrounding area
33 11 09.69 S, 148 41 41.50 E
Recorded by
David Roden
Dedication date
Opened 25 April 1926 (ANZAC Day)
Conflict/s
Second World War, 1939-1945
Southeast Asia, 1955-1975 (FESR, SEATO)

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