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WWII Memorial Park (Naha Police Barracks / Central Police Station)
P. O. Box 63
Honiara, Guadalcanal
Solomon Islands

PhotosWWII Memorial Park (Nana Police Barracks) is located in Honiara on the south side of Mendana Avenue. Borders the Solomon Islands National Museum to the east and the Naha Police Barracks and Central Police Station to the west. There is a collection of memorials and display on the property located between the museum and police station. This property is part of the museum but accessible only via the gate to the Naha Police Barracks.

RAMSI Memorial
Dedicated June 27, 2017 to commemorate the Regional Assistance Mission Solomon Islands (RAMSI).

Click For EnlargementAllied WWII Memorial
Stone pillar with cross, dedicated in 1967 by the USMC. It contains additional plaques dedicated later on the same memorial. They include a plaque by the Civilian Conservation Corp (CCC)., Commonwealth Memorial, New Zealand 3 Army Division, and 6th Marine Division Association Plaque.

Kawaguchi Brigade Memorial
Click For EnlargementDedicated September 1993 by the Honiara Association / Fukuoku Japan. Originally, it was place atop Hill 80 (Hill 2) on Bloody Ridge (Edson's Ridge) but in early 2000 was being vandalized and was moved to this location for safe keeping. The memorial has a Japanese language panel, and a English panel reads: "During 6 months since the end of August of 1942, at the south far out from our fatherland, under offensive by the supperior Allied forces, had not the ammunitions for firing also had not the rations for eating, there were the misery beyond the limitations as could not say, those who died the victim: 3,179 soldiers of the Kawaguchi Brigade we dedicate the monument of repose for their soul, may sleep in peaceable. September 1993 Honiara Associatin / Fukuoka Japan."

Japanese 150mm Howitzer Type 96 (1936) Serial Number 134
Displayed at WWII Memorial Park

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