South African Soldiers Memorial, Adelaide designed by Capt. Adrian Jones - English sculptor and painter who specialised in animals, particularly horses. Commemorates the part which South Australians played in the South African war.
This monument is to Those Who Died In Delville Wood During the World War I. It is now of two replicas of the Original erected at the war grave site in Delville Wood, France. The second is to be found in Johannesburg.
The South African War Memorial, Kings Park, Perth today. It was the first war memorial erected in the Park, and commemorates Western Australian soldiers killed in the Boer War (1899-1902). The new memorial statue was unveiled on the monument by the Governor of Western Australia , His Excellency Sir Harry Barron, on the 23rd May 1915. The statue of solid hammered copper was made locally by Messrs Wunderlich and Co and cost £450.
Die Hugenotemonument in Franschhoek is op 7 April 1948 ingewy, en die Hugenote Gedenkmuseum is opgerig vir hierdie Franse wat 'n merk kom laat het hier in SA, die room van Frankryk het hierheen gevlug.