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Established in 1921, the memorial has two First World War dedication plaques. The plaques were originally located at the gates of Cardiff cricket ground, but was re-erected in 1971 at the corner of Macquarie Road and Myall Road due to road-widening. It was re-dedicated in 1975 by Tom Uren.
The memorial was then moved again to the Cardiff RSL Club in 2001. In 2013, the memorial was re-designed to include a cenotaph and two headstones alongside the original First World War plaques.
CARDIFF ROLL OF HONOUR 1914 - 1918
* Denotes killed in action or died of wounds
THEIR NAME LIVETH FOR EVERMORE
Korea – Malaya – Vietnam – Gulf War – East Timor – Afghanistan – Iraq – Peace Keeping – Indonesia – Somalia – Boer War – World War I – World War II