|Classification|||||A.08.3.3. Historical and Military Sites, Battle Fields, Liberation Struggle|
|Site Environment|||||Former densly populated area, turned into a war zone/military operation area in the early 1970s.|
|Previous Use|||||Military base.|
|Current Use|||||Memorial, also for celebrations.|
|Legal Status|||||Not proclaimed yet.|
Fenced area. Structure of the shrine. A tomb of the unknown soldier with a bronze relief grave marker (50 x 50 cm) with three symbolic graves covered with black granite slabes on frames, a red and black granite pedestral, where a bronze statue of female soldier carrying the national flag (2 m high) is mounted, and a mopane leaf made of steel and concrete (6 m from ground level) where 2 bronze murals (100 x 130 cm) are installed, depicting PLAN cambatants and civilian supporters..
Site was used as strategic military base for the South African Defence Force (SADF), 54 battalion, during the apartheid regime, since the 1970s with highest priority. It was set up between the church, the hospital and the secondary school of Eenhana. Human remains where found that may belong to SWAPO members who were tortured to death.