WA War Memorials and Honour Boards

In recognition of the Hundredth Anniversary of the Armistice that halted combat in the War of 1914-1919, the names of Soldiers, Soldiers and Airmen recorded as casualties (or served as in the case of some WWI Memorials) on Memorials throughout Western Australia are shown here.  The list is not complete as details from many Memorials, Honour Boards, or Rolls of Honour are yet to be recorded.  Personal details for each of the Service Men or Women shown in the lists are not comprehensive, and this personal information is intended to be used in conjunction with the personal details available on the national websites including the National Archives of Australia, the Australian War Memorial, the Commonwealth War Graves Commission and the Department of Veterans’ Affairs Nominal Rolls (WWII and Post WWII).

This record also includes local Rolls of Honour compiled from the Place of Association shown for each World War I casualty recorded by the Australian War Memorial, and the Roll of Honour or Place of Birth for each World War II and Post-WWII casualty recorded by the Department of Veterans’ Affairs Nominal Rolls.  These compiled Local Rolls of Honour are shown with the name of the location followed by (AWM, DVA).

List of Local Rolls of Honour

A B C D E F G H I J K Kings Park L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Non-Western Australian locations have been consolidated into two Rolls – Interstate and Overseas – and there is also a Place Unknown or Ineligible Roll.

Please contact Website@Highgate-RSL.org.au to inquire about having the personnel details of a Memorial, Honour Board or Roll of Honour added to this record.

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