Australians in the Korean War Exhibition
Curated by Bradley Manera, Senior Historian and Curator at the ANZAC Memorial, this exhibition remembers the sacrifices and dedication of Australians who participated in the Korean War.
The Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Sydney in collaboration with the ANZAC Memorial and Place Management NSW presents a special exhibition to recognise and remember ‘Australians in the Korean War’ on its 70th anniversary.
The public exhibition ‘Australians in the Korean War 1950-53’ takes place in the ICC Sydney, in which 20 portraits of brave individuals who sacrificed to secure peace for Koreans, will be on display to cherish their service and achievements.
The bravery of these extraordinary individuals and the countless others who fought in Korea have made not just a difference to Korea, but through their service and sacrifice, they have helped Korea to become what it is today and in turn allowed Korea to make a difference to the world.
Korea is always grateful. Lest Korea Forget.
*This exhibition is also held online at www.australians-in-the-korean-war.com