WW ll Museum Association Chairman Brad Wood

WWll Museum Association Chairman Brad Wood.

The Elwood J Euart Association has formally secured the 7,300 square-meters of land, earmarked for the South Pacific World War II Museum in Luganville,Santo.

“We are grateful for the support and cooperation from respective Government authorities, particularly from the Minister of Lands, who have assisted us through this important process, after the Museum Site lease signing with the Lord Mayor of Luganville Municipality and the Minister of Lands representing the Government of Vanuatu on 20th of May in 2016, now we have the Land,” the Elwood J Euart Association conveyed via the South Pacific WWII Newsletter Vol.2 No. 1 January 2017.

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