Berowra At War

Welcome to Berowra At War

Welcome to Berowra At War

Welcome to Berowra At War. The exhibition is just a click away, but first a few instructions:

  • Click the ‘forward’ and ‘back’ arrows to navigate through the exhibition, or choose the ‘main hall’ to return to the central exhibition page at any time. These direction buttons are at the bottom of each page.
  • Some of the individual items on display have extended caption information and if at any time you would like to see a larger image or view this extended information, simply click on the image.
  • Items which are drawn from public collections are acknowledged. You will find the acknowledgements for the World War One section here and the World War Two section here. Acknowledgements can also be accessed through the ‘Visit the Exhibitions’ menu.

Berowra At War is an exhibition which acknowledges the role which Berowra residents, young and old, played during times of conflict. The exhibition focuses on activities of local people and the people who came into the community during these times. Although many sons, brothers and husbands from Berowra served overseas, the exhibition also focuses on activities and incidents which happened closer to home. Some are humorous, some reflect experiences which many would have shared, and some are local tragedies, but they are all events which helped to shape the history of Berowra At War.

The exhibition is still under development, so check back to see what we have added! Of course, if you have a story you would like to add, we’d also love to hear from you.

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