Hall of Memory

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The Hall of Memory, set above the Pool of Reflection, is the heart of the Australian War Memorial. It can only be reached by walking past the names of the 102,000 who have given their lives in the service of Australia. This beautiful souvenir publication is a guide to this unique space and the symbolism of its artworks. Lavishly illustrated with full colour images, the Hall of Memory booklet features the dome, the mosaics, stained-glass windows, Tomb of the Unknown Australian Soldier, and Four pillars sculpture, along with details of the design and construction of the Hall. The booklet also includes a full transcript of the eulogy for the Unknown Australian Soldier, delivered by the Prime Minister, The Hon. P. J. Keating MP, on 11 November 1993. An ideal memento or gift, The Hall of Memory booklet offers fascinating insights into this most special place.

Soft cover, illustrated, 32 pages.

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