A new 25,500 pounds centrally-spired Evangelical Lutheran National Memorial Church was opened and dedicated in Australia's national capital, Canberra, on August 27, 1961. Migrants from five nations comprised most of the congregation were originally from Germany, Estonia, Latvia, Norway and Finland. Mr Downer, (left) talks with the local pastor, the Rev. J Uebergang, as they leave after the dedication ceremony in the new Church
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