Edward George Honey Memorial
Public Art: Edward George Honey Memorial
Sculptor : © unknown
Description: Stone boulder with bronze and aluminium
Date Unveiled: 1965
Location : The Edward George Honey memorial can be
found quite fittingly across form the Shrine of Remembrance.
Who was Edward George Honey? : Edward George Honey is
attributed as being the person who suggested the ritual of observing the two minutes silence to fallen
In Memory of
Edward George Honey
A Melbourne journalist who while living in London
first suggested the solemn ceremony of
now observed in all British countries in
remembrance of those who died in war.
"LEST WE FORGET"