|Moora War Memorial|
Pictures courtesy of Mike Harris
Corner of Clinch Street and Gardiner Street
Moora, Western Australia
World War I
World War II
World War II mortar bomb accident
|Inscriptions||Theatres of War|
grateful memory of the men who fell in the Great War
and whose names are inscribed hereon
And those sho fell in World War II
Old Digger “Scrapiron” for the servicemen in the Moora area 1939 - 45
|Moora was a major
training centre in World War II.
Plaque to the 14 killed in the mortar bomb accident: the Karrakatta Cemetery is presumably the Karrakatta War Cemetery. Karrakatta is a suburb of Perth.
Some clever artisan or farmer made Old Digger “Scrapiron” out of an ingenious collection of farm machine and machinery parts.
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