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On 11 November 1934, over 300 000 people gathered on the slopes of Melbourne's Domain to witness the dedication of the Shrine of Remembrance. It was the largest state war memorial Australia would build to commemorate the sacrifice of no fewer than 114 000 Victorians in the First World War. Bruce Scates takes you on a detailed journey of the history and enduring significance of the Shrine of Remembrance. Hard cover.