Australians in Spain Memorial Appeal Committee

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Australians in Spain Memorial Appeal Committee

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1992 - 1993

History

The Australian in Spain Memorial Committee was established at the urging of Amirah Inglis, a Canberra academic who in the 1980s wrote the book Australians in the Spanish Civil War. The Committee lobbied Government for the establishment of a suitable memorial in Canberra to those Australians who had served in the war. Following fund-raising and a competition to design the memorial, it was unveiled in Lennox Gardens in Canberra on 11 December 1993.

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Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

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Inglis, Amirah (1926 - 2015)

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1992 - 1993

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Secretary of the Memorial Committee

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Entered from deposit description on 25 September 2012

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