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Air Force Cross (GV)
A good pre war Palestine B.E.M. group Royal Engineers (42 F. Coy) who’s services included dealing with explosives and booby traps
1914 D.S.O. Captain L.N. Lancs awarded for the battalion bayonet attack at Bixschoote 23 October 1914 during which he was wounded
First Day of Loos Military Cross, bar to the Military Cross for Russia, Major R. Warwick Regt.
Gold D.S.O. pair, a good Lieutenant’s award, Royal Engineers for Burma 1886-87 whilst severely wounded at Zibingale ‘whilst his Sappers & Miners were assaulting some stockades overlooking the defile
D.C.M. (GV1) Sherwood Foresters. A remarkable escaper’s award. captured in Norway 1940, escaped from POW camp eventually walked across Poland and crossed the Russian border where held for many months in prison camps until the German attack on Russia
D.C.M. group 1886 for ‘Burma 1886’ Sergeant Major, later Lieutenant and Quartermaster, E. W. Bath, Somerset Light Infantry, Recommended for a commission in the field but awarded the D.C.M. for gallantry at Quingyee, 26 June 1886.
Crimea D.C.M. group with Balaklava, 11 Hussars. Whilst not a ‘Charger’ was one of 2 orderlies to Dr St. Croix attd 11th Hussars, at Balaklava, both of who received the D.C.M.
Extremely rare Military Medal (GV1) to the Greek Army
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