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Max Harris Reserve & Memorial Rose Garden

Lest We Forget - plaque, cenotaph, and Bofors gun
The Cenotaph at the Max Harris Memorial Reserve
The Australian flag flys above one othe Bofors guns
The Cenotaph in the Max Harris Reserve George Town
GEORGE TOWN REMEMBERS George Town honours and remembers those who served. The Max Harris Reserve & Memorial Rose Garden was opened in 1998. Max Harris was a prisoner of war in Changi during World War Two. The reserve contains the ANZAC cenotaph, the sculpture is a clear cylinder containing a rifle and a helmet. Another feature is the Avenue of Honour, a tree-lined path of thirty-two trees in honour of the servicemen who served in World War One. Their names and service details are displayed at the base of each tree. Saluting their service : Two Bofors anti-aircraft auto-cannon are displayed in honour of Clarence Andrews (RAN - H2031) and Athol Geale (AIF - VX64649). In memory of the community's returned and fallen servicemen and women. Lest We Forget.

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