The Port Pirie RSL Military Museum will be home to an exhibit honouring South Australian recipients of the Victoria Cross.
Bravest of the Brave tells the moving stories of eight South Australians awarded the honour in World War I.
The exhibit pays tribute to Arthur Blackburn, Phillip Davey, Roy Inwood, Jorgen Jensen, John Leak, Arthur Sullivan, Lawrence Weathers and James Woods.
Museum curator Angela Mertens encouraged people to have a look at the special exhibit.
“We are extremely proud to have this exhibition here for everyone to see,” she said.
The Victoria Cross is the British and Commonwealth’s armed forces’ most coveted award, their supreme decoration for gallantry, under enemy fire. Only 1,356 medals have been awarded since its introduction in 1856.
The display will be at the Port Pirie RSL Military Museum until April 26, and entry to the museum is free.
You can see the exhibit during their opening hours, Monday to Saturday 11am to 4pm and on Sunday from 11am to 2pm.
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