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Northmead High commemorates former students Northmead High School has been granted $3000 under the Australian Government’s Saluting their Service commemorations programme to publish a book commemorating former students entitled “Remembering Our Local History: The Children of Northmead Who Served Our Country in World War II”. Northmead High School has been granted $3000 under the Australian Government’s Saluting their Service commemorations programme to publish a book commemorating former students entitled “Remembering Our Local History: The Children of Northmead Who Served Our Country in World War II”. The book is dedicated to the 993,000 people who served in World War II in some way and the 39,366 men and women who lost their lives fighting for Australia. AF Allsop, Ernest Norman Brennan, Donald Gordon Eagar and Cecil Rhodes are included on the Northmead High Honour Roll 1939-45 and were killed in action. Remembering Our Local History: The Children of Northmead Who Served Our Country in World War II gives insight into the person behind the name and includes photographs and letters from those involved. A great amount of research and time went into the creation of this book and I would like to thank Michele Hanman and Northmead Public School for honouring the students of Northmead in this manner. Saluting Their Service is an Australian Government initiative that aims to honour the sacrifice and service of Australia’s servicemen and women in wars, conflicts and peace operations as well as promoting appreciating and understanding of the rose of those who have helped to shape our nation.
 




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