1914–1918 Memorial Scroll and Plaque
In 1922 a Memorial Scroll was presented to the next of kin of those soldiers, sailors or nurses who died while serving in the Australian Imperial Force (AIF) or Royal Australian Navy (RAN) during the First World War. Later they were presented with a Memorial Plaque.
The Memorial Scroll bears the Royal Coat of Arms and a message which includes a tribute to the soldiers who gave up their own lives that others might live in freedom. The large, round, bronze Memorial Plaque which was to accompany the Memorial Scroll shows Britannia and a lion on the front, surrounded by the inscription He died for freedom and honour. The full name of the dead soldier is engraved on the right hand side of the plaque. No rank, unit or decorations are shown, symbolising the equality of sacrifice of all casualties.
- 1914–1918 Memorial Plaque
- Memorial Plaques held by the Australian War Memorial
- First World War letter which accompanied plaque Dead Man's Penny
Also includes examples of commemorative scroll, King's letters, telegram with official notification of death and letter of condolence from Captain of the Battalion.