Government Print Honour Board.

Location: Army Museum of South Australia, Keswick Military Barracks, Adelaide.
An ornate polished wooden honour board from the Government Printing Office Staff.
It is divided into four sections; the upper section contains the coloured flags of Australia and Britain.
The lower section is divided into three columns, the centre column is further divided into two, the upper section contains a soldier standing at ‘Rest on Arms Reversed’ and text, the lower contains the names of those who paid the supreme sacrifice.
The outer columns contain the names of those who served in WW1.
It would appear that the addition of the names of the fallen from WWII were added but the Board could not contain the names of  all those who had served in WW II.

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