The Jewish War Memorial in Kings Park was erected in 1920 'to honour soldiers of the Jewish faith who died in WWl, a plaque added in 1953 to commemorate those who died in WWll'. Designed by sculptor Pietro Porcelli 'the Ionic column is crowned by a globe of copper bearing the Star of David, and on each corner of the column the Lion of Judah. It's one of my favourite memorials but because of it's height reaching up into the ancient tree at it's side, one of the hardest to get a clear shot. I was happy last week to catch a group of scouts keenly studying the history of the monument, always good to see. Happy Thursday, shalom..