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General Eva Burrows portrait unveiling

2 April 2012

On Tuesday, 27 March 2012, a portrait of Former Salvation Army General Eva Burrows was unveiled at The Salvation Army Melbourne Corps at 69 Bourke Street.

The portrait of General Burrows was done by acclaimed artist June Mendoza, who has previously been commissioned to paint portraits of subjects such as Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and Her Royal Highness Diana Princess of Wales.

General Eva Burrows was the second female General and is still the youngest appointed General in The Salvation Army's history. She served as General from 1986-1993. Her crucial work as General notably includes reestablishing The Salvation Army in Eastern European Countries such as East Germany, Czechoslovakia, Hungary and Russia.

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