Harry died in Greenslopes Repatriation Hospital on 24 th July. He bent down to switch off the television and that did it.


Street Sign fell at Dad’s death 24 th July 1965. See the Photograph Last Post for hero, and sign post fell on the Newspaper Articles Page


See the Article Final Honour on the Newspaper Articles Page

Captioned ‘Final honour’ it reads; in brief summary


A Military Funeral with full honours.


Funeral at St.John’s Cathedral

Flag draped coffin on gun carriage

Soldiers and civilians paid a final tribute to Mr Dalziel

The procession led by three army motor cyclists, an officer and twenty men, and a firing party moved from the city to Mt. Thompson Cremation.

Insignia bearer Sergeant E.A. Taylor carried the Victoria Cross on a red velvet cushion behind the gun carriage.

The procession passed the Shrine of Remembrance and turned into Edward and Turbot Streets.

Flags were flown half mast on the G.P.O. yesterday in tribute to Mr Dalziel.


Good information on his War service will be found in the account written by Harry Willey on the Tributes to Harry Dalziel VC Page. Harry Willey takes information directly from army records.


A memorial to Harry Dalziel V.C. is at Mt Thompson Crematorium, Wall 12, Section 16, No 1061.